Elected officers will meet with IPPA leadership shortly after the election to discuss IPPA bylaws, guidelines and communication and reporting processes. Once elected, officers will be expected to review and approve the Division charter. They may also develop additional leadership roles, such as a Membership, Communication or Event Chair.
Outgoing Division Presidents will transition into the Immediate Past-President role and are not eligible for a subsequent term as President-Elect. There are no term limits for the position of Secretary, assuming the outgoing Secretary stands for and wins re-election.
No. A person may only become a candidate for one position in one division.
Time commitment will vary depending on the programs and activities launched by each division. At minimum, division officers should expect to spend 1-2 hours per week supporting association activities, plus the time required to initiate new programs within their own divisions. In most cases, we expect division officers will want to recruit additional division volunteers to help with execution […]
This leadership structure wherein the Division President and President-Elect come from alternate professional domains was designed to reflect IPPA’s dual emphasis on the advancement of scholarship and practice. This leadership structure will model and hopefully enable collaboration and cooperation between those who conduct and apply research, thus furthering IPPA’s mission.
For this inaugural election, candidates will run for either President or Secretary. The person who receives the most votes for these categories will assume these roles. The person who receives the second most number of votes for President and hails from the opposite professional domain (scholarship or practice) as the President will assume the role of President-Elect. Because the […]
Voting in division elections will be open only to active IPPA Work & Organizations Division members.
Each candidate will have to personally submit his or her candidacy via the Submission form on the top of this page. However, you can encourage a colleague to seek office by sending him or her an email via our Email a colleague form, provided that you know this person’s email address.