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NEA-Retired Annual Meeting

Charting the course of NEA-Retired.
NEA-Retired members at the quilt booth Gerald Lillard

Catch up on the 2022 Representative Assembly at

Each year, more than 300 delegates from NEA-Retired gather for a two-day meeting to connect with their colleagues and lead the way on key retirement issues.

2023 Business Meeting Information & Governance Documents

Click on the name of the underlined document or form to view or download it. Documents without an underline are placeholders for documents that are to come.

Meeting Agenda

Documents to be Adopted

Business Documents for Debate and Voting

  • Proposed NEA-Retired Bylaw Amendments
  • Proposed NEA-Retired New Business Items

Elections information

Standing Documents


Jack Kinnaman Donations

Virtual PAC Auction

Retired Elections and Candidate Information

Grants Application

NEA Member Benefits

Reports and Reference Information

2022 Retired NBIs

Organizing Grant Information and Member Benefits Slides

NEA-Retired Awards

NEA-Retired recognizes the hard work and contributions of NEA-Retired members through its Distinguished Service Award, Communications Awards for newsletters and websites, and Membership Awards.

Distinguished Service Award

Congratulations to Walt Munsterman, MN, for being honored as the NEA-Retired’s 2021 Distinguished Service Award recipient!

Communications Awards

State Retired e-Newsletters

Retired Print Newsletters

State Retired Website


Membership Awards

Membership Growth Award

Spirit of Membership Award

  • Award Overview
  • Award Application Form (This form is to be included in the online submission.)
  • Link to Online Submission (The award application deadline is April 17, 2023, at 5:00 pm.)
  • Rubric (This is added for informational purposes only, this is the scoring sheet that will be used by the committee to determine the award winners.)

Committee Reports

Grants Committee

Legislative Committee

NEA-Retired member Marilyn Warner
Through my local, state, and national involvement on various committees, I get to see the enthusiasm of active educators and hear about the projects they’re working on. It’s important to stay involved and help keep public education alive. As a retiree, I have time to work during the day and help the association.
Quote by: Marilyn Warner, Retired Elementary School Teacher
National Education Association

Great public schools for every student

The National Education Association (NEA), the nation's largest professional employee organization, is committed to advancing the cause of public education. NEA's 3 million members work at every level of education—from pre-school to university graduate programs. NEA has affiliate organizations in every state and in more than 14,000 communities across the United States.