If you are interested in being considered for a Nominating Committee (NC) position, please review the information below and complete the Willingness to Serve form and Personal Statement at the bottom of this page.
To ensure the integrity and impartiality of the Nominating Committee, members are not eligible to serve on Council for two years after their term concludes. Nominating Committee members may only serve for one term on the Nominating Committee. Retiring Council members are not eligible to serve on the Nominating Committee for one year after their term concludes.
Commitment to Serve
I have read SP4 and am committed to identifying the leaders that will best represent the Society’s diversity and carry its mission.
I am free of conflicts of interest and do not serve on another organizations’ Nominating Committee or Board of Directors.
I am able to attend the in-person NC meetings on:
Tuesday, September 17, 2019 (7:30am-4pm) at the Endocrine Society headquarters in Washington, DC
Friday, March 27, 2020 in San Francisco, CA (the day before ENDO)
I will participate in the Videoconference calls held throughout the year (typically three calls per year)
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.
If you are interested in being considered for the Nominating Committee, please complete the following two steps: