Founded in 1976, NCSPP is an organization composed of delegates from programs and schools of professional psychology.
Radhika Krishnamurthy, Ph.D., Interim Chair
The Women’s Issues Committee promotes the interests and issues of women in the education and training of professional psychologists. The committee will advocate for and monitor issues relevant to women within NCSPP and its member institutions, the profession of psychology, and in society.
The Chair of the Women’s Issues Committee
The Women’s Issues Committee is a Standing Committee of NCSPP and therefore its Chair is a member of the organization’s Executive Committee. The Chair of the Women’s Issues Committee serves for two years and is expected to attend all four annual meetings of the Executive Committee. She is elected by the committee membership in attendance at NCSPP’s August annual meeting. Nominations for the Chair are collected by between the Midwinter meeting and the August election.