APhA Election

APhA seeks candidates for the 2019 APhA Election. Applications are accepted through October 1, 2018

APhA is seeking candidates for the offices of President-elect and Trustee (2 positions) for the APhA Board of Trustees. Review the President-elect and Trustee application for more information, including: application requirements, desired characteristics, responsibilities, time commitment, and more.  

Apply for the APhA Board of Trustees

APhA-APPM is seeking members to serve on the Executive Committee, including Member-at-Large (3 positions) and President-elect. Review the APhA-APPM Officer application to learn more about the desired characteristics and responsibilities for each position. APhA-APPM is also seeking members to serve as Coordinator-elect for the following Special Interest Groups (SIGs): Compounding, Diabetes Management, Immunizing Pharmacists, Medical Home/ACO, Medication Management, Nuclear Pharmacy Practice, Preceptor, and Transitions of Care. Review the APhA-APPM SIG Coordinator-elect application to learn more about the desired characteristics and responsibilities for each position. 

Apply for the APhA-APPM Executive Committee

Apply for the APhA-APPM SIG Coordinator-elect

APhA-APRS is seeking candidates to run for Chair-elect for each of the Academy’s Sections: Basic Sciences, Clinical Sciences and Economic, Social, and Administrative Sciences (ESAS). Review the APhA-APRS Officer application to learn about the desired characteristics and responsibilities for each position.

Apply for the APhA-APRS Executive Council


2019 Election timeline

October 1, 2018 -- Application deadline for the 2019 APhA Election cycle
November/December 2018 -- APhA Committee on Nominations meets; election slate announced
March 22-25, 2019 -- Slated candidates attend APhA2019 in Seattle, WA
March 22, 2019 -- May 13, 2019 -- Voting period for 2019 election
June 2019 -- APhA Election results announced
March 20 -23, 2020 -- Successfully elected candidates installed at APhA2020 in Washington, DC


Congratulations to the successful candidates of the 2018 APhA Election! APhA will install the newly elected candidates at APhA2019 in Seattle, WA. 
 

APhA is pleased to welcome the following individuals into the APhA Board of Trustees:
2019-2020 APhA President-elect: Michael D. Hogue, PharmD, FAPhA, FNAP, of Gardendale, AL
2019-2022 APhA Trustees: Sean Jeffery, PharmD, BCGP, FASCP, AGSF, of Branford, CT, and Wendy Weber, PharmD, MBA, BCPS, FAPhA, of Bellevue, NE
2019–2020 APhA Honorary President: Dorothy L. Smith, PharmD, of McLean, VA

Learn more about the incoming APhA Board of Trustees

APhA is pleased to welcome the following individuals into APhA-APPM and APhA-APRS Academy Office:
2019-2021 APhA-APPM Executive Committee Members-at-Large: Patricia H. Fabel, PharmD, BCPS, of Columbia, SC, COL Jeffrey J. Neigh, PharmD, MBA, MHA, BCPS, of Annandale, VA and Cortney M. Mospan, PharmD, BCACP, BCGP, of Indian Trail, NC
2019-2021 APhA-APPM New Practitoner Officer: Stephanie M. White, PharmD, of Little Rock, AR
2019-2020 APhA-APRS President-elect:  David P. Nau, BSPharm, MS, PhD, FAPhA, of Ada, OH
2019-2020 APhA-APRS Basic Sciences Section Chair-elect: Anna Ratka, PhD, PharmD, RPh, CPE, of Rochester, NY
2019-2020 APhA-APRS Clinical Sciences Section Chair-elect: Ryan C. Costantino, PharmD, BCPS, BCGP, of Glen Burnie, MD
2019-2020 APhA-APRS Economic, Social and Administrative Sciences (ESAS) Section Chair-elect: erri L. Warholak, PhD, RPh, CPHQ, FAPhA, of Tuscon, AZ
2019-2021 APhA-APRS Postgraduate Officer: Tessa J. Hastings, BSPS, MS, of Auburn, AL

Learn more about the incoming APhA Academy Officers
 


About the APhA election

The APhA Election includes elections for the APhA Board of Trustees -- President-elect and two Trustees -- and for the leadership of APhA-APPM and APhA-APRS. The APhA Honorary President is also determined during this election. The results of the election for the Board of Trustees and for the leadership of APhA-APPM and APhA-APRS are certified by the Committee of Canvassers, which is appointed by the APhA President.

Slating and introduction of candidates

Candidates for the Board of Trustees are slated by the APhA Committee on Nominations in early December and are introduced to Annual Meeting attendees at the First Session of the APhA House of Delegates. Annual Meeting attendees also have the opportunity to interact with these candidates at caucus events and "Meet the Candidates" sessions.

The APhA-APPM Committee on Nominations is composed of the APhA-APPM President, who serves as the chair of the committee, and the four Immediate Past Presidents of the academy. During years when there is a President-elect of the academy, the President-elect will serve as an ex-officio member of the committee. The APhA-APRS Committee on Nominations is composed of the APhA-APRS President, who serves as chair of the committee, and the three APhA-APRS Section Chairs. The election slates for these two Academies are finalized in December. Annual Meeting attendees have the opportunity to interact with APhA-APPM and APhA-APRS candidates at two "Meet the Candidates" sessions.

All individuals interested in applying to serve on the APhA Board of Trustees are required to review the APhA Conflict of Interest Statement and submit a corresponding Disclosure and Confidentiality Statement to APhA’s Legal Counsel.

Other APhA elections

The leadership of the APhA Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) -- President-elect, Speaker of the House, and Members-at-Large -- are elected at the final session of the APhA-ASP House of Delegates, held during the APhA Annual Meeting.

The Speaker-elect of the APhA House of Delegates is elected every even year by the APhA House of Delegates. The Speaker-elect serves until the end of the Annual Meeting following his/her election, at which time he/she is installed as Speaker and serves for two additional years.

*With the exception of those members appointed to serve in the APhA House of Delegates, student pharmacists are not eligible to vote in the APhA Election. Per election guidelines, the list of eligible voters is finalized 30 days prior to the opening of the official voting period. Individuals who join APhA within 30 days of the opening of the official voting period are not eligible to vote in the current election.

 

 
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