- VICE PRESIDENT (Two Year Term – January 1, 2024-December 31, 2025)
The Vice-President shall be elected to a two-year term. The Vice-President would assume the duties of President if the President would not be able to function in their capacity per KSNA bylaws. Vice-President performs in a leadership role and as specified in KSNA bylaws and designated by the Board of Directors. (Elect 1)
- TREASURER (Two Year Term – January 1, 2024-December 31, 2025)
This position shall oversee of all funds of the association as designated by the Board of Directors and provide for the expenditure of such funds. This individual shall report to the Board of Directors the financial standing of the association whenever requested to do so and make a full report to the association at each KSNA Membership Assembly. They shall keep an itemized account of all receipts and disbursements and provide a written report at each KSNA Board of Directors meeting. (Elect 1)
- BOARD MEMBER (Three Year – Term January 1, 2024-December 31, 2026)
Each year one director shall be elected to serve on the board for three years. Board members of KSNA shall perform the duties usually performed in such leadership roles and as specified in the bylaws and designated by the KSNA Board of Directors. (Elect 1)
- NOMINATING COMMITTEE (One Year Term – January 1, 2024-December 31, 2024)
This position queries the membership for nominations for officers of the Board of Directors, compiles the information for membership consideration and oversees the KSNA election process as defined in the KSNA bylaws. The Committee will consider the names submitted by the Regions as well as other qualified members in preparing the ballot. (Elect 4)
- ANA MEMBERSHIP ASSEMBLY REPESENTATIVE (One Year Term – January 1, 2024-December 31, 2024)
One representative shall be elected each year for a one-year term to the ANA Membership Assembly. Representatives are charged to act on behalf of the entire association for the benefit of ANA and nursing as a whole. The issues before the Membership Assembly may be new, cutting-edge and politically complex. Attention should be focused on the big picture—policy and standards which determine the preferred future of the profession and association. Must be able to commit annually to participate in a three to four-day Membership Assembly meeting, typically in Washington, DC. The individual with the second highest votes received will be designated as an alternate. (Elect 1)
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If interested, you must complete the CONSENT TO SERVE FORM below.
Deadline for Candidate submission is April 30th, 2023.