Call for Nominations
Candidates are needed for positions on the APA Board of Directors, AICP Commission, the Student Representatives Council Executive Committee, as well as many chapters and divisions. The deadline for candidates to submit their materials online is April 24, 2019. Election policies for the Board and Commission elections.
Balloting will be July 15 to August 15, via email. Successful candidates will assume office January 1, 2020.
2019 Consolidated Election Positions
APA Board and AICP Commission
APA Board of Directors positions up for election in 2019 include: APA President-Elect, Board Director At Large, Board Director At Large (focused for a minority member), Board Director Region 2, Board Director Region 3, Board Director Region 4.
AICP Commission positions up for election include: AICP President-Elect, Commissioner Region 2, Commissioner Region 3, Commissioner Region 4. Also due to a commissioner moving out of Region 6, the AICP Nominating Committee will also slate candidates for a two-year unexpired term for Commissioner, Region 6.
Position descriptions for Board and Commissioner roles, as well as other information about the responsibilities of these positions (including travel and support for the APA Foundation) is available via the nominating committees or staff at email@example.com.
Complete candidate information for Board and Commission positions is included in the 2019 APA/AICP Election Policies and Procedures.
Candidates can submit their candidacy, including a 600-word position statement, through the Call for Nominations link below. A map is available of APA's electoral regions.
Chapters and Divisions
The following APA chapters are participating in the election with a variety of volunteer roles: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, National Capital Area, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, Northern New England, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Utah, Washington, Western Central, Wisconsin.
Members of the Chapter Presidents Council can also run for seats on the executive committee of the council.
These divisions are taking part in this consolidated election: Federal Planning, Hazard Mitigation and Disaster Recovery, Housing and Community Development, Latinos and Planning, LGBTQ, New Urbanism, Private Practice, Sustainable Communities, Transportation (a bylaws update).
Members of the Divisions Council can also run for positions on the executive committee of the council.
Student Representatives Council (SRC)
Positions available to current APA student members in this election include SRC Chair (an APA Board Director), SRC Regional Representative Region 2; SRC Regional Representative Region 3, SRC Regional Representative Region 4.
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