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ANNOUNCEMENT | 2024 R6 Elected Positions - Call for Nominations

Updated: May 8


Call for Nominations


Dear Region VI Members,


This year, our region will hold elections for all five regional leadership positions—Chair-Elect, Secretary-Elect, Treasurer-elect, one Regional Advisory Committee At-Large member, and the Region VI National Board of Directors member. We are looking for dedicated and exceptional regional volunteers and leaders to fill each of these roles!


The Chair and Secretary positions involve a two-year commitment, including one year in the elect position and the following year as the incumbent. In addition, the Chair position includes a third year as Immediate Past Chair following service as Chair. The Treasurer position is a three-year commitment, including one year in the elect position and two years as the incumbent. The Regional Advisory Committee and National Board of Directors members serve for two years. Descriptions for each position can be found below.


Reflective of NCURA's Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), we are committed to achieving diversity of all kinds in our leaders, including but not limited to gender, ethnicity, experience, and institution type, and we encourage all interested members to become involved in leadership opportunities in NCURA. Please consider nominating yourself or a qualified colleague willing to serve the region in one of these open positions. The nomination form can be found online here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScg2ESUHyaVhe2RN9Ul7SgPAloPHmb_asyHyvzxgeAiFy_okg/viewform?usp=sf_link


Nominations must include the completed online nomination form, statement of interest and DEI position, nominee resume, and any letter(s) of recommendation (submitted separately as attachments via e-mail to officers@ncuraregionvi.org)


The closing date for nominations is Monday May 20, 2024.


Thank you on behalf of the Region VI Nominating & Elections Committee!

 

Samantha Aleshire (University of California, San Diego)

Derek Brown, chair (Stanford University)

Sylvia Campos (City of Hope)

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