NAHN members: The national Nominating Committee invites you to nominate yourself or another eligible NAHN member for the positions described below through the Nomination and Consent to Serve Form. Nominations will be accepted through 11:59 pm Eastern on Wednesday, April 6, 2022. Please review the information below to understand the opportunities, requirements and deadline. If questions remain, please contact NAHN Headquarters at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To assist potential nominees, the Nominating Committee hosted a webinar to review the nomination, election, and voting process. You may access the recording on the members-only webinar page (must be logged in as a member).
Nomination Process and Requirements
If you are interested in nominating yourself or someone else, please first review our summary of nomination, campaign, and election policies and procedures. All candidates must complete the application form and submit a personal background statement (200-word limit) summarizing their professional profile, qualifications, and intent to serve, as well as a professional headshot or recent photo. Nomination materials must be submitted by 11:59pm Eastern on Wednesday, April 6, 2022
NAHN is seeking candidates for the following positions. Duties and responsibilities are summarized at a high level below. Apply now!
Director at Large - Two seats available; term is for two years beginning in July 2022.
- Member of the NAHN National Board of Directors
- Attends Board and committee meetings
- Establishes and advocates for NAHN's mission, purposes, goals, and priorities
- Determines policies and programs
- Has fiduciary duties and ensures financial stability
- Carries out duties defined in the bylaws, policies and Board plans
Nominating Committee Member - Three seats available; term is for two years beginning in July 2022.
- Member of the NAHN National Nominating Committee
- Attends Nominating Committee meetings
- Recruits and prepares a slate of candidates for elected leadership positions
- Carries out duties defined in the bylaws, policies and committee plans