Volunteer for the Board:
Nominate Yourself or a Trusted Colleague!

A hallmark of ICP+P is our sense of community. Being on the Board gives you the opportunity to give back, learn from our community, and be involved in anti-racism training and discussions, program evaluation, decision making, organizational issues, and much more. It is also an opportunity to work with colleagues you may know, and to meet and work together with those who are new to you.

To begin the process, you may nominate yourself or you may nominate another ICP+P member. If you nominate another member, we will contact them to see if they are interested. The current positions that are open are listed below along with their descriptions. Please, choose the position that you want to nominate yourself or a colleague for, and write it at the indicated space below. Also, please, write your name and contact information.

  • The Associate Director of Member Relations provides coordination for enrolling, orienting, and mentoring new members, as well as facilitation of individual newsletter interviews to introduce new members to the membership. The Associate Director of Member Relations will execute the decision to reduce membership fees as needed, and populate a Nominations and Elections Committee that will coordinate the nomination and election of candidates.
  • The Associate Director of Administration attends to the level of resources - financial and human - needed for projects and responsibilities assumed by the Board, and provides leadership around resources availability. Thus, the Associate Director of Administration participates in analysis of ICP+P operations and is the liaison with the Treasurer and with the ICP+P Administrator, overseeing their operations. The Associate Director of Administration has responsibility for office systems and facility management.
  • The Associate Director of Conferences provides coordination for the scheduling, development, and execution of all conferences for the Institute. The Associate Director of Conferences shall provide coordination for the con-ferences portion of the Continuing Education Committee. The Associate Director of Conferences has responsibility for the Speaker Conferences, Clinical Reflections Day, and the Bruce Wine Conference. The Associate Director of Conferences may appoint Chairs and/or committees for specific conferences, and works closely with them on the development and execution. The Associate Director of Conferences is responsible for obtaining input from the membership regarding ideas for conferences and speakers. The Associate Director is also responsible for communication with speakers, and for being part of a team with the Associate Director of Education and CE committee members to monitor and make use of program evaluation data.
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