Call for 2025 Board of Directors Nominations

May 20, 2024

The Endocrine Society Nominating Committee is seeking dedicated member leaders to serve on the Board of Directors starting in 2025. If you are passionate about endocrinology, have served on Endocrine Society committees, and want to join the team who will drive the strategy forward, please consider nominating yourself or a colleague for one of the following open positions:

  • President-Elect: (Candidates should demonstrate leadership skills and familiarity with Society priorities, ideally previous service on the Board of Directors.)
  • At-Large Directors (4 open positions): (Candidates should have recent experience serving on Endocrine Society committees, task forces, and/or working groups.)

View position descriptions.

Please review composition of the current Board of Directors (as of June 2024) and the future Board showing the open positions for 2025.

Nominees should possess the following core competencies:

  • Organizational Knowledge and Stewardship: Understands and embodies the association’s core values, mission and strategic priorities.
  • Strategic Thinking and Leadership: Demonstrates leadership attributes that allow them to positively influence the decision-making process by effectively aligning tasks, priorities, and resources in a thoughtful and strategic way.
  • Communication: Demonstrates skills and leadership in communicating efficiently, respectfully, and transparently.
  • Collaboration: Appreciates the unique views and opinions of others when building consensus.

Service on the Board of Directors has many advantages, including opportunities to:

  • Contribute to the global leadership team that drives the Society strategy
  • Expand your knowledge base, enhance your network with colleagues conducting endocrine research or in practice, and exchange ideas toward innovating in endocrinology 
  • Proactively address issues that impact our members, their research, and patients worldwide 
  • Grow professionally by participating in leadership development training

If you or someone you know embodies these core competencies and has a passion for our Society, please nominate them today! Completed nomination packages will be accepted through Friday, August 2, 2024. Self-nominations are welcomed; multiple nominations can be submitted for each position.

Nomination Submission Instructions for nominees

(1) Please review eligibility criteria and position responsibilities here. 

(2) After reviewing, log into your account, view nomination(s) by clicking the ‘committees’ link on the right side of the page, click on the ‘Board of Directors’ nomination link, and indicate whether you are willing to serve on the Board.  

If you are willing to serve, please complete the brief set of questions below. Because the form will time out after 20 minutes, you may wish to draft responses in a separate document and copy/paste answers once completed. You may return at a later time to upload supporting documents. 

(3) After saving responses, please provide the following information using the buttons below.

  • Upload a photo (if you do not already have one in My Account).
  • Update your Conflict of Interest (COI) Disclosure information (even if no changes, you will need to access the COI form to show a recent review date).
  • Upload a recent copy of your CV.
  • Upload ONE letter of recommendation from a colleague or supervisor addressing how you embody the core competencies and how you would be a good candidate for the Board of Directors.

Please email Elizabeth Kan at [email protected] with any questions.

Election and Selection Process

The President-Elect will be elected by Society members from a slate of two candidates developed by the Nominating Committee (NC), based on submitted nominations. The Nominating Committee will appoint the At-Large Director members. The official slate of nominees will be presented to the Society membership in early November 2024.

Thank you for participating in the Call for Nominations for the Endocrine Society Board of Directors.

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