CANDIDATE INTEREST FORM
IBEA Board of Directors Positions2nd Vice President
Spring 2020 Election
Elections take place in the spring of 2020. Newly elected members begin their term at the close of the fall conference in November 2020 (unless otherwise noted).
Board Member-At-Large: Serves a three (3) year term. Duties: Attend the two IBEA board meetings annually (one in April and one on the Wednesday evening of the IBEA Annual Fall Conference in November) and chair a task force.
2nd Vice-President: The 2nd Vice President automatically advances through the leadership of the IBEA Executive Committee. Requires a four (4) year commitment.
2nd Vice President -> 1st Vice President -> President -> Immediate Past President
Eligibility: A candidate for 2nd Vice President must have served on the IBEA Board of Directors for two (2) consecutive years.
Duties: Attend two IBEA board meetings annually (one in April and one on the Wednesday evening of the IBEA Annual Fall Conference in November). Three main responsibilities include: 1) obtaining conference session chairpersons for the IBEA Annual Fall Conference, 2) serving as the IACTE board representative and attending IACTE meetings, and 3) providing IACTE conference sessions and chair persons on behalf of IBEA.
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