The IAPA Board has the following positions up for election for 2023:
President Elect - The President Elect, in the absence of both the president and vice president, shall assume the duties of the president. He or she succeeds to the office of president at the expiration of the current president's term. Following your presidential term, you succeed to the Immediate Past President position for one year. Term is three (3) years total.
Vice President - The Vice President shall assume the duties of the president in his or her absence and succeed to the office of president should that office become vacant. In the event of a vacancy in the office of the president elect, the vice president shall assume the duties but not the office of the president elect in addition to his or her duties as vice president. The vice president shall perform other such duties as assigned by the president or the board. The vice president will organize and conduct, with the assistance of the secretary, all annual elections. Term is one (1) year.
Treasurer - The Treasurer shall oversee the maintenance of accurate financial records of the organization, ensure the collection of annual member dues, confirm deposits of all receivables to the organization’s account, and approve payments of more than $2,000 for bill and invoice payments on behalf of IAPA. In addition, the treasurer shall provide direction for development of and adherence to an annual budget for the IAPA.
Director at Large - Two (2) seats are up for election. A total of four (4) Directors at Large shall be elected by the general membership in alternate years. Directors at large must be fellow members of the IAPA. Term is two (2) years.
Delegate to the AAPA House of Delegates - Five (5) seats ae up for election. The Delegates will represent the interest of PAs nationwide at the 2022 AAPA conference in Nashville, TN. The IAPA Board of Directors will select a Chief Delegate from the elected delegate pool. A stipend of $400 each will be provided to the delegates to off-set cost of attendance to the annual conference. Term is one (1) year.