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IACP Nominations Open for 2014 Elections
IACP officially opened the nomination process for the 2014 election at last week’s Compounders on Capitol Hill annual convention. The Bylaws of IACP set forth an open election process with nominations accepted directly from membership.
An IACP member may nominate him/herself or another IACP member by July 15, 2014 by submitting their name, the position for which their nomination is being submitted, and the individual’s biosketch or resume to Wade Siefert, RPh, Chairman of the IACP Nominations Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Nominations Committee will review all nominees’ qualifications and submit a formal slate to the IACP Board of Directors for its approval at the Board’s fall 2014 meeting. The approved slate will then be sent forward to the membership for an open election in November. Elected Board members will take office on January 1, 2015.
Positions are open in Districts IV, VI, and VII and for the office of Vice-President. The criterion for nominees for Vice-President is that the individual must have served on the IACP Board for at least one year.
District IV (Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee): one (1) position on the IACP Board of Directors for a 3 year-term.
District V (Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico): two (2) positions on the IACP Board of Directors for a 3 year-term each.
District VI (Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, North & South Dakota, Minnesota, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Utah, Wisconsin, Michigan): one (1) position on the IACP Board of Directors for a 3 year-term.
District VII (Arizona, Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Alaska, Hawaii): one (1) position on the IACP Board of Directors for a 3 year-term.
Please feel free to contact IACP with questions regarding the nominating process at (281) 933-8400. Thank you so much for your participation.
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