== How NASPA works ==
# Who is in charge of NASPA? <br />
The [[ Steering Committee]] is tasked with managing the transition from the NSA to NASPA. Its co-chairs are [[ Chris Cree]] and [[ John Chew]].# Do players have a voice in how NASPA works? <br /> The [[ Steering Committee]] is made up entirely of players and directors, chosen from across Canada and the United States, with a total of centuries of experience as tournament players and directors. All of the existing NSA committees, including the Advisory Board , are made up entirely of experienced tournament players. In fact, the whole point of creating NASPA, at least from Hasbro's point of view, is to devolve responsibility for players from the NSA to the player community. If you’re asking if you yourself will have a voice in NASPA, please see the next question.
# How can I help? <br />If you would like to volunteer with any of NASPA's activities, thank you! Please contact a member of whichever NASPA [[committee]] interests you to see how your skills can best be put to use, or check our [[Help Wanted]] page. If you have [[suggestions]] that you do not want to help work on, you can still send them to any committee member, but they will get implemented sooner if you can help us.
# How do I edit pages on this website? <br />If you are a NASPA [[committees|committee]] member, then you may request from [[Web Committee]] a username and password to log onto the website. Do so and follow the instructions for [[editing NASPAWiki]]. If you are not a committee member, please ask one to make your changes.
# Will there be executive stipends, will the members decide them, and will they be published? <br />
Yes, because there are and will be people working long hours and spending money for the association; no, the membership at large will not vote on compensation; yes, NASPA will report its budget in accordance with statutory requirements.
== The future of NASPA ==