CFLE Advisory Board

The Certified Family Life Educators advisory board's mission is to provide leadership for the ongoing development of the CFLE program as a method to advance and promote family life education as an important and emerging profession.

The CFLE advisory board consists of nine voluntary members whose primary responsibility is to develop and implement policies regarding the promotion and advancement of the CFLE program. Each member serves a two- or three-year term with a minimum of two members being replaced each year. Elected positions include: practitioner representatives, academic representatives, an employer representative, and a Students and New Professionals representative.

2017 CFLE advisory board members

Chair, academic representative

Scott Tobais (2018)

Practitioner representatives

Drew Betz (2018)
Susan Meyerle (2017)
Ahlishia Shipley (2017)

Academic representatives

Dorothy Berglund (2019)
Wm. Michael Fleming (2019)
Cynthia Schmiege (2019)

Students and New Professionals representative

Alisha Hardman (2017)

Employer representative

Cherie Seitz (2017)

Ex-officio

Dawn Cassidy, NCFR staff