Melanie Senter Lubin, Maryland’s securities commissioner, was elected to a one-year term as president of the North American Securities Administrators Association, the organization of state and Canadian provincial securities regulators.
Lubin, who was elected by NASAA’s membership, will assume her new role on Sept. 21, following the group’s annual meeting in Chicago. She will succeed Lisa A. Hopkins, West Virginia’s senior deputy securities commissioner.
For the past year, Lubin has served as NASAA’s president-elect. She began serving as Maryland’s securities commissioner in 1998.
The group elected Andrew Hartnett, deputy administrator for securities in the Iowa Securities Bureau, as its next president-elect.
In addition to Lubin, Hartnett and Hopkins, the NASAA board for 2021-22 includes William Beatty (Washington), Marni Gibson (Kentucky), Kevin Hoyt (New Brunswick), Claire McHenry (Nebraska), Leslie Van Buskirk (Wisconsin), Diane Young-Spitzer (Massachusetts) and ex-officio member Joseph Brady, NASAA’s executive director.
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