2011 N ominations
and Elections Process
Participation by AFA membership is essential to our efforts to nominate the most qualified candidates to serve as future leadership for the Association. Submit a Nomination Form to share the name of a person (including yourself) you feel would meet the qualifications for an Executive Board or Regional Director position.
Any Graduate or Professional member may nominate another Graduate or Professional member for the following 2012 Executive Board or Regional Director positions:
• Vice President for Administration and Finance
Nominations are due by 5 pm Eastern on Thursday, May 19, 2011.
• Vice President for Resource Development
• President-Elect (to be the 2013 President)
• Regional Director – Region I, II, III, IV, and V
For more information including the Nomination Form, how to get involved, what happens once somebody is nominated, and who serves on the Nominations and Elections Committee, visit the AFA website at http://www.fraternityadvisors.org/Nominations_Elections.aspx.
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Spring 2011 / Perspectives
AFA Perspectives Spring 2011