In preparation for the 2016 election of officers and regional representatives, we are making an open call for nominations.
The following officer positions are up for election this year: Please submit nominations for these positions.
President-Elect (2-year term; the person in this position automatically becomes President then Past-President)
Secretary-General (4 year term; may repeat for a total of 2 terms)
Deputy Secretary-General (2-year term; may repeat for a total of 2 terms)
These officer positions are appointed by the EC: Treasurer, Chair of Communication and Publications Committee
The following regional representatives are up for election this year:
(4-year terms; may repeat for a total of 2 terms) The largest nations in terms of number of IACCP members are listed after each region. Please submit nominations for these positions.
Europe (Seat 1 of 2): U.K., Germany, Poland‚Ä¶
Central and South Africa: South Africa, Nigeria, Cameroon‚Ä¶
East Asia: Japan, Taiwan, China‚Ä¶
Insular Pacific: Australia, New Zealand
North America (USA seat)
EC positions to be appointed by the EC for 2016-2018: Please submit nominations for these positions.
Early Career member (appointed by the EC)
Student member (appointed by the EC)
These regions will elect representatives in 2018:
Europe (Seat 2 of 2), Mexico/Central America/Caribbean, North Africa/Middle East, South America, South Asia, Southeast Asia
A detailed list of assignment of countries to regions is included in the IACCP Constitution (see https://www.iaccp.org/constitution_2010). Current and historical regional reps and officers are on the IACCP website.
Please first obtain permission from the person you nominate. You may nominate yourself. The Election Committee, composed of the three presidents, will use nominations as well as solicitations to construct the ballot. Under the IACCP Constitution, the Election Committee has the final responsibility for choosing candidates for each position.
Nominations should be sent to the Secretary-General at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 1.
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