The Executive Committee is composed of NOVA's officers: the President, Vice President, Secretary, and the Treasurer.
President: Glenda Herl
Vice President: Joseph Moore
Secretary: Todd Wesche
Treasurer: Matthew Hill
The Amicus and Litigation Committee works to ensure that NOVA is supportive of litigation efforts that benefit the veteran community and its representatives. The Committee exists to aid in supplying amicus briefs to United States courts and in undertaking worthy litigation to support our country’s veterans and their advocates.
Co-Chairs: Kenneth M. Carpenter and Caitlin Milo
Deanne L. Bonner Simpson
The Awards Committee provides the Board with recommendations concerning what awards will be given each year and who the recipients of these awards will be. The Committee also provides the Board with recommendations regarding which applicants should receive scholarships to attend NOVA’s seminars.
Chair: Rick Little
The Congressional Testimony Committee's duty is to review Congressional testimony drafted by the Executive Director or any other individual, prior to its submission to the Board, in accordance with NOVA by-laws.
Chair: Todd Wesche
Kenneth M. Carpenter
This committee advises the Board of Directors on issues related to the ethical practice of VA law. It also investigates cases of alleged ethical violations by members and reports its findings and/or recommendations to the Board of Directors.
Chair: Bob Goss
The Finance Committee provides the Board with a budget for the fiscal year and resolves to submit it to the Board prior to the beginning of the next fiscal year, in accordance with the NOVA by-laws.
Chair: Michelle Wolf
The Outreach Committee is responsible for looking into new initiatives towards growing the organization and reaching out to other veterans' groups and organizations to promote NOVA.
Chair: Matt Hill
The Regulation Comment Committee bears the responsibility for analyzing proposed rules, drafting comments, and discussing them with the VA. The Committee helps ensure that the VA’s rules align with authorizing statutes and the Constitution, and in this way, NOVA represents its members and advocates for veterans.
Chair: Amy Girard-Brady
The Seminar Committee's primary responsibility is to plan NOVA's Spring and Fall Conferences. This committee schedules speakers, chooses sites, updates the education program, and organizes special events for our members.
Chair: Zachary Stolz
The Social Committee's primary responsibility is to promote social interaction and networking opportunities among NOVA Members.