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Nominations for 2016 APPAM Policy Council and Leadership


Have you ever considered being more involved in APPAM? One of the most rewarding ways to serve the Association is through the Policy Council. APPAM is soliciting its members for nominations to the APPAM Policy Council and for the positions of APPAM President-elect, Vice-President, and Secretary. All terms will begin in 2016.

The membership will elect three individuals to the Policy Council this year: two academics and one self-identified practitioner. The individual nominated must be a member in good standing. You can self-nominate or put forward the name of a member whom you feel would be an excellent leadership candidate.  Please send the name of the person being nominated, organization, and a 250 word statement on why the person would be an excellent candidate.


Please submit your statement to Tara Sheehan, APPAM Executive Director, by Friday, August 14.

The full roster of candidates will be presented to the membership at the APPAM Business Meeting Lunch held in conjunction with the Fall Research Conference on Friday, November 13, in Miami, FL. Shortly thereafter, voting will take place and the winners will be announced in January 2016.

You can find a list of the current APPAM Officers, members of the APPAM Policy Council, and the APPAM bylaws on the Association website.

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