Deadline is 5:00 p.m. EDT U.S., Friday, November 2
We have two vacancies for the 2019-2020 term of APMP's Board of Directors. We are inviting all interested members to nominate themselves to fill those slots.
To declare yourself a candidate, please complete the form below.
You must meet the following requirements at the time you submit your form:
- Your APMP membership must be current.
- You must be available and able to attend up to two face-to-face BOD meetings during the year at your own expense (employers sometimes help with this). APMP offers some assistance to members residing outside the United States.
- A meeting in conjunction with Bid & Proposal Con in Orlando, FL, USA, in May 2019
- A meeting in a location TBD, in the last quarter of 2019 and 2020
- You must be available and able to attend bi-monthly APMP Board of Directors conference call meetings (a total of six) on the third Thursday of every other month.
- You must have your APMP Foundation-Level certification or be willing to attain it within your first year in office.
- It is preferable that you are a decision maker in your department/organization with some budget responsibilities.
- Prior industry leadership experience, such as in your local APMP chapter, is preferable.
- If elected, you must sign a standard APMP Conflict of Interest Policy Statement and Non-Disclosure Agreement, prior to taking office.
At the request of many past nominees, this year’s self-nominating candidates are encouraged to include an essay of no more than 500 words on “If Elected I Will Help APMP and the Industry in the Following Way.” This essay will be reviewed by APMP’s Nomination /Selection Committee before voting occurs. We are most interested in learning how you will help APMP and the industry, instead of reading a bio.
Candidates who meet the requirements will be presented to the current APMP Board of Directors, who will then vote to select three new members.
APMP will declare the results of the election no later than Friday November 16, 2018.
For questions, please contact Rick Harris, Executive Director of APMP, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call him at +1 240/308-0143.