Nevada Association of Fashion Design  
EDU​ Staff

NAFD School of Fashion Design
The NAFD is co-sponsored with UNLV EO, since 1997

Nevada Association of Fashion Design is an established Federal Government IRS Approved Status,  Education/School/Training Organization.

Federal Government Internal Revenue Service Education Organization
NAFD is an educational and training school/program for careers in Fashion Design.  
NAFD is an approved education organization, and reflects its approval through the Federal Government Internal Revenue Service, .
Federal Government approved education training status includes schools housing kindergarten to twelfth grade, colleges and trade schools. 
They must have regularly scheduled classes, with faculty teaching and students attending on a regular schedule in a fixed location. 
An education organization can be a group that regularly conducts public forums, lectures, discussion groups and panels.
To qualify for the education status classification, the educational organization must provide instruction or train individuals to improve their capabilities, or provide public education on items that are beneficial to the community. 

Bylaws   Article III
Section 1: Purposes & Powers
The specific objectives and purposes of this corporation shall be;

A.To promote the fashion industry in the State of Nevada
B.To conduct itself, and act in a professional manner of a school as described in the bylaws 501c3 of Article 1 Section 2; which offers fashion educational courses to the community for careers in fashion.
C.To assist unknown and/or new designers market their designs, and to offer designer memberships with benefits for the aspiring designers.
D.To assist unknown and/or new designers develop the educational background necessary, and to assist them in the fashion industry, to assist in special events for promotion in the fashion industry.
E.To develop educational programs and operate within the State of Nevada to promote fashion designing.
F.To partner the fashion design program(s) with educational entities i.e. schools, colleges, universities, businesses, organizations, within the State of Nevada. 
G.To recruit, train, recommend, and contract teaching personnel and instructors, and assist schools, and colleges locate and employ qualified instructors to implement its fashion programs. 
H.To contract and subcontract instructors for hire to teach educational courses and programs which promote the fashion program, with the NAFD and educational entities.
I.To keep all data and files of the fashion program, instruction, instructors, students, personnel, and operations on file and confidential, and for review, recommendations, comparisons, assessments, and for any other lawful purpose as an informational system and verification for adhering to the bylaws Article III purposes and objectives of the NAFD.
J.To create, develop, and own the fashion courses and operations of its fashion program(s).
K.And any other lawful purpose; which would promote the growth, fashion education, and fashion industry in the State of Nevada, and for the Nevada Association of Fashion Design.  

​Bylaws/ Standards of Conduct/Instructor Work for Hire Contract
Bylaws are the rules and procedures for how a corporation will operate and be governed. 
Although there are no set criteria for bylaw content, they typically set forth internal rules and procedures for the corporation.
Unlike amendments to the articles of incorporation, bylaws may be changed without officially filing amendments.

The procedures and policies that reflect the FD education training, agreements, instructors, standards, school/partner agreements, etc are all based upon the  Bylaws of the Nevada Association of Fashion Design, and educational entity.
Which includes the following, 
- The people of Nevada, your colleges, NAFD and the administration of the educational entities in which you are contracted to teach within the fashion design programs, UNLV Continuing Education and/or Community College Corporate and Customized Training, expect high quality learning experiences. These Standards of Conduct have been established to help maintain the level of excellence required by the public we serve.
- Most instructors are professionals and are required to follow stringent codes of behavior in their careers. So too are standards and behavior required for the instructors with the Nevada Association of Fashion Design. These standards reflect the thinking and conclusions of professional educators and your acknowledgment of them is appreciated.

- The Standard of Conduct is an on-going contract with the exception of, updating, revising, instructors notice to quit, termination. A two-week notice to quit prior to class is required.  

- 3. Professional persons are employed, subcontracted and commissioned to teach and create instruction, plans, tools, etc. for classes in fashion related areas on a work for hire basis which becomes a part of the fashion design copyright program. All classes scheduled require a minimum amount of registrations. Class registrations are met through advertisement and promotion of the, educational entities, program, classes and instructors.  
- 4. While an instructor is under the Standard of Conduct agreement with the NAFD program he or she agrees not to, solicit, teach, duplicate the program curriculum, methods and training to, students, members, educational and business entities for personal gain without notice and permission. NAFD copyright classes cannot be duplicated by on going or former instructors under contract or not without permission. Instructors are employed by the NAFD for instruction through its contracts that are scheduled in conjunction with Nevada State Educational Entities.
- 11. Articles of Incorporation specific objectives and purposes is to: Promote the fashion industry in the state of Nevada. To assist unknown and/or new designers to market/promote their designs. To develop an educational fashion background to assist unknown, new designers. To develop educational programs within the state of Nevada to promote fashion designing. To assist colleges in locating and employing qualified instructors to implement instruction in fashion related areas. To employ instructors to teach educational courses and programs which promote the fashion industry. To contract/ subcontract instructors/employees/volunteers to teach educational programs, classes, etc.,which promotes the fashion program. To develop standard and lesson plans to teach educational courses and programs. And any other lawful purpose which would promote the fashion industry for the state of Nevada.
- 13. The Nevada Association of Fashion Design conducts all business negotiations through the Presidents and Board of Directors. People interested in applying for a position with the Association shall submit an application and resume to the Nevada Association of Fashion Design, P.O. Box 60215, Las Vegas, Nevada 89160-1215. All employee records are kept confidential.

​NAFD Administration:

President: Victoria Campe
NAFD Official School Executive Director / Careers/ Fashion Design: Victoria Campe 
Maria Bruce: Fashion Design Executive Asst./Lead Textile Instructor/ FD Official (acts upon fashion Design duties)
Gigi Morris: Fashion Design Consultant/ Lead Fashion Design Instructor/ FD Official (acts upon Fashion Design duties)
Joshua Louis: Events tech & support
- Ggi Morris
- Maria Bruce
- Gretchen Marshall
- Nikki LaBounty
- Samantha Jepson

NAFD BOD: Is a voluntary Board of Directors.
NAFD Administration: The role of the Board of Directors is defined by its set of Bylaws. 
A Board of Directors has statutory responsibility. A Board of Directors is primarily tasked with protecting the interests organization, and the corporation is required to have a board of directors that serves as the ultimate governing body of the corporation. 
A board of directors is a formal organization that is guided by its bylaws and Articles of Inc..  

Status: Current & on-going Governing Board 1995. 

Complete with Bylaws, 501c3, NV State Inc. Business license.

Consultant Board: Consultants/Instructors: A voluntary committee of  fashion consultants and instructors,  to include objectives and purpose for completing educational and training tasks, events, promotions, etc. A Consultant Board is not a legal governing body of the organization and does not carry the same duties as the board of directors.
Status: On-going   
Duties: On-going. 

​NAFD School of Fashion Design is co-sponsored with UNLV EO since 1997

Educational Instruction: NAFD owns, creates, operates, provides, all of its materials, (i.e. Syllabus', Exams, Texts, Handouts, Equipment, Schedules, Instruction, etc.) and partners with NV State educational entities in offering its Fashion Design Program to the public for careers, vocational, continuing and higher education.

Define Partnered/ Co-sponsored:
- Partnership: the state or condition of being a partner; participation; association; joint interest. joined as partners in business.
- Co-sponsored: sponsor together;  to sponsor jointly with another
- Joint: United; coupled together in interest; shared between two or more persons; not solitary in interest or action but acting together or in unison. A combined, undivided effort or undertaking involving two or more individuals. Produced by or involving the concurring action of two or more; united in or possessing a common relation, action, or interest. To share common rights, duties, and liabilities.
Jointly: together; in combination or partnership; in common:

​US Dept Education
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (F.E.R.P.A.)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education.
Generally, schools must have written permission from the parent or eligible student in order to release any information from a student's education record. 
However, FERPA allows schools to disclose those records, without consent, to the following parties or under the following conditions 
(34 CFR § 99.31):
School officials with legitimate educational interest;  (NAFD)
Other schools to which a student is transferring;
Specified officials for audit or evaluation purposes;
Appropriate parties in connection with financial aid to a student;
Organizations conducting certain studies for or on behalf of the school; (NAFD)
Accrediting organizations;
To comply with a judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena; 
Appropriate officials in cases of health and safety emergencies; and
State and local authorities, within a juvenile justice system, pursuant to specific State law.

​Schools may disclose, without consent, "directory" information such as a student's name, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, honors and awards, and dates of attendance. However, schools must tell parents and eligible students about directory information and allow parents and eligible students a reasonable amount of time to request that the school not disclose directory information about them. Schools must notify parents and eligible students annually of their rights under FERPA. The actual means of notification (special letter, inclusion in a PTA bulletin, student handbook, or newspaper article) is left to the discretion of each school.

Directory: information is simply PII that can be designated and disclosed without consent. 
Telephone Number(S)
Admission/ Enrollment
Class Level
Enrollment Dates
Degrees Received
School or Division

Non-Directory Information:
NSHE ID Number
High School(S) and Marital Status
Academic Status (I.E. Probation)
Grades/ GPA/ Hours
Testing Information
Class Schedule