AANP members are a crucial component of our organization’s leadership. We rely on the experience and expertise of NP leaders to guide the association and advance the NP role.
AANP’s board of directors (BOD) is comprised of the Chief Executive Officer (non-voting member) and NPs who are elected by association members. In addition to the four officers and 11 regional directors who serve on the BOD, eligible AANP members also have the opportunity to vote for their state representative and members of the AANP Nomination Council.
Review the full list of candidates for the 2019 AANP Election. AANP members who are eligible to vote will receive an email when the balloting site opens on March 14.
AANP individual members in good standing for the 12 months prior to November 1, 2018, were eligible to submit their information for consideration as a candidate in the 2019 election.
All nominations were reviewed by members of the AANP Nomination Council, who vetted nominees and developed a slate that reflected expertise and diversity. The slate was submitted to the board of directors.
The term of office for board of directors members and state representatives is two years, and the term of office for AANP Nomination Council is three years. All elected officers begin their term at the close of the 2019 AANP National Conference that will be held in Indianapolis June 18–23, 2019.
Applications that are incomplete or contain excessive typographical or grammatical errors will not be corrected or edited and may be eliminated from consideration.
Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Montana, New Jersey, New York (N), New York (S), North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas (N), Texas (S), Utah, Washington and Wyoming
Four positions available
AANP individual members in good standing for the 12 months prior to November 1, 2018, with no lapse in membership, are eligible to submit an application for positions, as described below.
Candidate photos are encouraged. Candidates were asked to include a “professional” photo head shot, though not necessarily made by a professional photographer. Please note the following criteria for photos:
Candidates running for office in the 2019 AANP election will have two opportunities to campaign for the desired position—a campaign flyer and campaign message (described below). Please follow the instructions to submit your campaign materials.
Violation of the AANP Election Campaign Process and Procedures may result in removal from the ballot or may void that candidate’s election. Candidates are responsible for any campaign activity conducted, either directly or indirectly, on behalf of that individual.
All candidates must comply with the following AANP Election Campaign Process and Procedures. In order to be considered for placement on the ballot, candidates must acknowledge that they have read, understand and agree to abide by the campaign process and procedures. Failure to do so will prohibit that candidate’s consideration for placement on the ballot.
No solicitation of votes by candidates will be allowed through any means not directly provided by AANP as outlined in the Election Campaign Process and Procedures.
Candidate activities NOT allowed for campaigning purposes include but are not limited to:
AANP individual membership must be current as of February 1, 2019, to be eligible to vote for the following positions in the 2019 election:
If you have questions or need additional information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Beverly McLemore at 512-505-0233.
Note: Individuals elected as board officers, regional directors and state representatives are expected to attend meetings held 24 to 48 hours prior to the start of the 2019 AANP National Conference. Candidates for these positions should not make airline reservations for conference prior to learning the outcome of the election; however, for best availability of conference sessions and hotel accommodations, all candidates are encouraged to register for conference and make their room reservations prior to AANP’s announcement of election results.