The NMA has two ways for people to take a more formal activist role in the organization.
We are excited that you've shown an interest in becoming an NMA State Activist in your state. This position and its responsibilities are described in detail below.
As an NMA Activist, you will have the responsibility for understanding and articulating the policies and philosophy of the National Motorists Association. Your knowledge, demeanor and communication skills are the first and only impression many people will have of the National Motorists Association.
We have selected specific tasks that we believe a reasonably well-trained, capable person can perform without excessive financial burdens or commitments of time. However, you will undoubtedly incur modest investments in both time and money.
An Activist mailing system is in place to distribute important documents to and between Activists and State/Provincial Chapter Coordinators. An email network is in place to facilitate communication between the NMA staff, State/Provincial Chapter Coordinators, and all Activists with email capability.
Your name, address, and phone number will be listed in "Driving Freedoms" each issue as a State/Provincial Activist.
In addition to the responsibilities listed on the right side of this page, there are several other optional tasks that can be carried out by an NMA Activist. These include speaking to local groups, membership recruitment drives, lobbying at the state/provincial capitol, writing editorials for local newspapers, and contributing articles to the state/provincial chapter newsletter.
When applying for an activist position:
In addition to filling out the form below, please include general background information that will give us some insight into your skills, interests, knowledge of our interests, and attributes that may aid your role as an NMA Activist.
The State Chapter Coordinator is a more active position with more responsibilities but also more of a chance to make an impact.