About Us

  • Professional development by participation in its many meeting and conferences.
  • Discount registration fees at all NCA programs.
  • Opportunity to network and interact with colleagues.
  • Opportunity to receive the NCA annual directory of all memberships.
  • Keep up-to-date on relevant legislative news and other matters of interest to the profession at the Federal and State level.
  • Ability to submit ideas to your state professional organization.
Become a Member! Click here for the 2017-2018 membership application!
PresidentSue Moller
President Elect Gina Christel
SecretaryChristina Angelillo
TreasurerMary Marquez-Bell
Membership ChairTara Bilicki
Program ChairKristen Capezza
Administrator Of The YearJayne Gordon
CAP ConferenceMelissa BellantonioPaula Curci
Career DayTara Bilicki
College Counselor Of YearDave Follick
College Counselor RepresentativeDave Follick
Counselor Ed RepresentativeSusan Sklar
Counselor Ed ScholarshipsMona Allen
Counselor Of The YearChristina Koromi
End of the Year Awards DinnerMeghan Schlossser/Nicole Kregler
Exemplary PracticesNatasha Khan
Fall College ExpoFrank Pizzard/Joy D'Anca
High School RepresentativeNatasha Khan
High School ScholarshipsKim Vereline
Holiday MeetingChristine Corrado
HospitalitySusan Sklar
JHS/MS/Elementary RepRosemarie Alario/Jennifer Melecio
JHS/MS/Elementary LuncheonRosemarie Alario/Jennifer Melecio
Kickoff MeetingMarguerite Lane
Legislation/ParliamentarianBob Germino
LICAC LiasonChristina Angelillo
Mini GrantsBob Germino
New Counselor/ Intern LuncheonJoe Izzo
PACJoy D'Anca
Retired Counselor Rep & LuncheonCynthia Rossi
Social MediaMarley Goldman
Spring College ExpoJaclyn Forman Sunil Samuel
Stu Agins AwardBob Germino
Volunteer Committee ChairDonna Orleman
WebsiteChristine Krut
  • NCA has a program and luncheon to welcome counselors and/or human development specialists new to the profession in Nassau County.
  • Many of Long Island's colleges are actively involved in the programs of NCA.
  • More than 100 members continue their membership after they retire.
  • Approximately 100 graduate students join each year.
  • About 70% of Nassau County public and private school counselors (K-12) are NCA members.
  • Over 100 non- Nassau County college admissions counselors are members of NCA They represent 20 states.
In 1955, the Long Island Personnel and Guidance Association was formed to meet the needs of individuals working or interested in the counseling and/or human development areas. In 1982 the name of the organization was changed to the Nassau Counselors' Association. As a chapter of the New York Counseling Association, NCA continues to meet the professional needs of its members through an ever-widening and expanding variety of programs and activities. Since its inception it has continually increased its membership and now has nearly 700 members each year.
  • Elementary School Counselors
  • Middle School and Junior High School Counselors
  • High School Counselors
  • College Counselors
  • College Admissions Counselors
  • Counselors of Special Groups
  • Agency Counselors
  • Private Counselors
  • Directors of Guidance
  • Counselor Educators
  • Mental Health Counselors
  • Social Workers and Psychologists
  • Retired Counselors
  • Counselor Education Graduate Students
  • Persons interested in and/or supporters of the Counseling Program