IAPA's Regional Representative positions report directly to the IAPA Board of Directors. Indiana's 7 regions are defined by county and consist of a Regional Representative appointed biannually for a 2-year term by the Board of Directors. Regional Representatives work closely with the representatives of other regions and the legislative chairperson on unified advocacy across the state. Regional Representatives serve as a local liaison to the IAPA Board of Directors, as well as attend and help coordinate legislative and advocacy functions in the region, educational dinners, regional networking events, and discuss regional issues of importance. Regional Representatives are the initial point of contact for questions and concerns regarding practice issues, regional concerns or any other form of local advocacy affecting your local communities.
Duties and Responsibilities
Regional Representatives will act on behalf of the board at the regional/local level to fulfill duties as assigned by the board. Representatives will be non-voting members of the board and be expected to attend/participate in monthly board meetings/activities.
Self-Declaration of Candidacy
Positions to be Filled