The Foreign Relations Policy Committee is charged with helping the Executive Board (EB) of the National Atheist Party examine existing US foreign relations policies and help determine future legislations to ensure a positive and beneficial standing of the United States within the international community. The goal of the committee is to safeguard the country’s national interest and the population’s well-being. It also requests, analyzes and provides membership feedback to the EB so that party policy is a good reflection of the members’ opinions and will. Finally the advisor serves as a liaison between the NAP and members of secular organizations around the world.
Each committee member will develop policy reports and maintain a list of resources to use for research and stay informed on the current issues for his/her field of expertise. Each committee member will research what the positions of each major party is regarding his/her field of expertise. Each committee member will be responsible for staying up to date on current affairs within their area. Each committee member will submit a weekly report regarding the issues at hand in his/her field of expertise.
Members of the Foreign Relations Advisory Committee are experts (either active professionals or graduate level students) in their own field and can provide sound advices on existing policies in their fields and make suggestions for future policies to be discussed within the committee and proposed to the EB.
• The Foreign Relations advisor supervises the committee and sits on the National Atheist Party Advisory Council.
• The Foreign Relations advisor analyzes current international events and checks for US involvement. • The Diplomacy advisor analyzes current relationships between the US and its foreign partner or enemies.
• The Immigration advisor analyzes current immigration news and trends and offers a comprehensive view on the existing policies. • The International Law advisor provides legal information on NAP policies towards
• The Military advisor reports on the state of the military, its resources and its uses around the world.
- Ability to navigate and use Facebook effectively
- A resident of the state he/she represents
- A member of his/her NAP state chapter
- 18 years of age or older
- Willing to complete a non-disclosure agreement*
No required proficiencies.
*Completion of a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is required in order to protect the confidential information of our membership, as all in leadership positions might receive access to the membership roster. The NAP takes its members’ privacy very seriously.
If you have the qualifications and the desire to serve in these positions, please express your interest and contact Mark.Nichols@usanap.org for further information. All positions are on a voluntary basis and open to professionals within the field or graduate students within their area of expertise.