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General Information

The search for future APSNA leaders begins each year after our Annual Conference. The Leadership Committee seeks potential candidates with leadership experience and a strong desire to serve our membership.

Nomination defined: An APSNA member in good standing for 2 years may be nominated for a board position by a colleague or themselves. President Elect nominees must have successfully served a minimum of one term on the board at a previous time.

The available positions in the 2014 election are President Elect, Treasurer, Development Chair, Information Systems Chair, and Publication Chair.  They will assume office in May 2015.  You can click on a Board position title here, to learn more about the related duties. To nominate yourself or a colleague, please click here, preferably before August 1, 2014.  Please review the newly developed CANDIDATE HANDBOOK providing information on what it means to serve as a Board of Director.

PROCEDURE:

I. Candidate Procedure:

A. A Candidate must submit a candidate profile form and a Headshot portrait.
B. Slate of candidates will be reviewed and approved by President and President Elect.
C. If issues or concerns arise, the potential candidate will be contacted by a member of the Executive Committee.
D. Candidates will be notified personally when acceptance is completed.
E. In the case of no eligible or accepting candidate for a position the APSNA Association Guidelines will be followed. 

II. Procedure: Evaluation Tool Criteria

A.Name and Credentials:

B. Board Position:
C. Place of Employment:
D. Major Responsibilities:
E. Education, Background, Degrees, Certifications:
F. Past or present experiences and responsibilities that contribute to your qualifications for the office sought:
G. Summary of your goals for the position:


 

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