AVMA seeks nominations to Executive Board
Posted Nov. 19, 2012
AVMA voting members in districts III and V have the opportunity to nominate representatives to the Executive Board.
Drs. Joseph H. Kinnarney, District III representative, and Janver D. Krehbiel, District V representative, will complete their six-year terms in July 2013. The Association is sending a letter to each AVMA voting member in districts III and V to invite nominations for representatives to serve on the board for the next six-year term.
District III comprises Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. District V comprises Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and West Virginia.
The Association will accept nominations for district representatives from a state VMA in the district or by petition of at least 50 AVMA voting members in the district.
District residents are eligible to run for the board if they have been AVMA voting members for at least the preceding five years. Nominations must include the complete nomination form, a letter from the candidate indicating a willingness to serve, a biographical summary, and a brief statement of the candidate’s reasons for seeking office.
Feb. 1, 2013, is the deadline for receipt of nominations for district representatives. If a district has more than one nominee, the Association will mail a ballot to all AVMA voting members in the district.