NASE Board Members
Since our formation in 1986, we had been known as the National Council for Self-Esteem. We changed our name in August of 1995 to the National Association for Self-Esteem. Our Board members are speakers, writers, business people, educators and trainers who are committed to the development of personal worth, responsibility and integrity in families, schools and the workplace.

Definition
The NASE Board defined "healthy self-esteem" at their summer meeting in 1991 as "The experience of being capable of meeting life's challenges and being worthy of happiness." The Task Force for Self-Esteem and Personal and Social Responsibility, formed in the State of California in 1987, published its final report, Toward a State of Self-Esteem, in 1990. The mandates of the task force were then turned over to the National Council for Self-Esteem.

Purpose
The purpose of the National Association for Self-Esteem is to promote and fully integrate self-esteem into the fabric of American society so that personal worth, responsibility and integrity become paramount and commonplace in families, schools, the government and the workplace.

Mission
To promote awareness of and provide vision, leadership and advocacy for improving the human condition through the enhancement of healthy self-esteem.

NASE Officers/Executive Board
Our officers are: NASE Board of Directors
Additional 2009-2010 Board of Directors include: Advisory Board Members

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