A parliamentarian is a professional consultant who advises an organization, its leaders, members, committees and staff on parliamentary law and proper procedure for conducting meetings. Professional Registered Parliamentarians® are able to consult and assist groups of any size with many services.
The National Association of Parliamentarians® (NAP) provides this listing as a service to those who request assistance in locating a Professional Registered Parliamentarian. It should be noted that NAP (nor NEAP) does not act as an agent for the Parliamentarians listed and certifies only to their having met NAP’s requirements of knowledge and professional development to attain the designation of Professional Registered Parliamentarian® (PRP).
If you are interested in obtaining the services of a parliamentarian or have any questions about how a parliamentarian can help your organization, contact anyone of those listed here. The terms of employment should be negotiated between you and the Parliamentarian. Those residing in the New England area are located below in random order. Please click on the name for more biographical information.
Daniel W. Fitzpatrick, PRP
Dan Fitzpatrick brings a unique background to the practice of parliamentary procedure consultation. Dan combines parliamentary procedure training from the University of Wisconsin, The National Association of Parliamentarians and the American Institute of Parliamentarians with training and experience as a group facilitator.
Furthermore, Dan’s contributions to the functioning of any organization regardless the circumstances are greatly enhanced by an MBA in Organizational Theory/Industrial Relations; thirty five years experience as a CEO; certification in quality management and national recognition as a public sector leader and innovator. Dan is a recipient of the 2004 National Public Service Award from the National Academy of Public Administration and the American Society for Public Administration.