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Call for NASPOG Board Executive Committee Members!

NASPOG is seeking applications from members to serve on its Board Executive Committee. The Board Executive Committee serves to provide strategic direction and oversight of society activities, administrative staff, and volunteer groups. All positions are 2 year terms and will begin November 1, 2020.

Click here to read Board preferred experience, roles and responsibilities, and time commitment.

Timeline:
Board Elections: October 16-30
Board Notifications: October 31
Board Term Begins:  November 1, 2020

President-Elect (1 position available)

  • Assists and advises the President and performs other duties as requested or directed
  • Serves as Acting President in the absence or disability of the President
  • Speaks on behalf of the organization during education sessions, testimony, editorials, and other programs as directed by the President
  • Serves as Vice Chair of the Biennial Meeting Planning Committee
  • Ascends to President after 2 years as President-Elect (total of 4 year commitment) 
  • Commitment to maintain NASPOG membership
  • Commitment to attend NASPOG biennial meetings
  • Commitment to attend regular board meetings (1 per month)

Secretary-Treasurer (1 position available)

  • Serve the board’s strategic needs as determined by the president at any given time
  • Works closely with NASPOG administrative staff to supervise and maintain all corporate documents and policies
  • Acts as Custodian of funds supervises maintenance of accurate corporate books
  • Performs all duties common to the office of Treasurer, as well as duties delegated by the Board or President – including but not limited to NASPOG’s fiscal and financial priorities
  • Commitment to maintain NASPOG membership
  • Commitment to attend NASPOG biennial meetings
  • Commitment to attend regular board meetings (1 per month)

Member At- Large (4 positions available)

  • Serve as a liaison between the membership and the Board of Directors
  • Serve the board’s strategic needs as determined by the president at any given time
  • Participate in various responsibilities and projects – short or long-term, during the elected term
  • Lead a task force, special interest group, or committee
  • Commitment to maintain NASPOG membership
  • Commitment to attend NASPOG biennial meetings
  • Commitment to attend regular board meetings (1 per month)

Diversity Statement 
NASPOG embraces and derives value from the variety of views and opinions that diverse individuals bring to our professional society. In recognizing the importance of diversity, we must also acknowledge the systemic racism, injustice, and differences in power and privilege that exist in our nation, our systems of care, and in our own organization. As such, we continuously strive to create an environment of inclusion and respect through critical self-examination, and by paying attention to both overt and covert forms of prejudice and exclusion.  

NASPOG actively seeks out members from the range of differences in race/ethnicity, culture, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, religion, socioeconomic status, national origin and aging, among others. NASPOG makes concerted efforts to reach out to and engage with individuals representing these characteristics for service on the NASPOG Board, committees, task forces, and activities, knowing that our work to promote the health and well-being of women is greatly enhanced by the consideration of multiple perspectives. 

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North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics & Gynecology (NASPOG)

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