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Nominate Colleagues for ASA President, Vice President

1 November 2023 No Comment

Nominations are being sought for ASA president-elect and vice president candidates for the 2025 election. While the 2024 elections have yet to be held, members of the Committee on Nominations need time to evaluate recommendations to propose the best possible slate of candidates for these critical positions.

As a member of the ASA, you recognize the importance of leadership in our diverse, complex, and multidisciplinary field. You and all fellow ASA members deserve visionary leaders who can ensure our discipline has a voice at the table when appropriate, whether it be in academe; industry; federal, state, or local government; or nonprofit organizations. This is why we need your input.

For this election cycle, the president-elect will be selected from industry and the vice president will be selected from government. Think about your colleagues and associates who are members of the ASA and would make good candidates for these positions. Think about members who have helped run a conference or are active in your section or chapter. Think about people who have demonstrated leadership skills. Then, nominate your choices for the 2026 president-elect and vice president (to run for office in 2025). The deadline for nominations is February 1, 2024.

Nominees are also wanted for the position of international representative to the board of directors. Qualified individuals must be ASA members who reside outside the United States.

Please supply as much information about your nominee as possible to assist the committee in researching them thoroughly.

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