The Texas Psychological Association (TPA) announced today that they will accept nominations for President-Elect Designate and Board of Trustees Members through 08/21/09. Now is your chance to get involved! Please check the end of this post for the complete announcement released today.
Here is the TPA announcement posted in its entirety:
The Texas Psychological Association (TPA) Nominations Committee is accepting nominations for the following TPA Board of Trustees positions:
a) President-Elect Designate (1) – This individual will serve as President of TPA in 2012. This individual will serve on the TPA Executive Committee for four years, serving in the two president-elect roles prior to serving as President and then serving as Past-President. All Executive Committee members are required to attend the Board of Trustees meetings which are held 3-4 times/year. In addition, there are other meetings and conference calls that Executive Committee members are required to attend. These nominees must be Doctoral Members of TPA who reside in Texas.
b) Board of Trustees Members (3) – Individuals serving on the TPA Board of Trustees will serve in this role for three years beginning on January 1, 2010. Terms will end December 31, 2012. All Board Members are required to attend BOT meetings which are held 3-4 times/year. These nominees must be Doctoral Members of TPA who reside in Texas.
All nominees AND nominators must be Doctoral Members of TPA who reside in Texas.
The deadline for receipt of nominations is August 21, 2009. The Nominations Committee will select a minimum of two candidates for each office (at least two President-Elect Designate candidates and at least 6 Board of Trustees candidates). Once the slate is set, which will be no later than September 7, 2009, ballots will be sent to all voting TPA Members.
Please consider serving your professional association by volunteering to be part of the Board. You can make a difference if you get involved !
Nominate yourself or a colleague by going to TPA’s WEBsite.
David White, CAE
Texas Psychological Association
Republished with permission: TPA
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