Call For Nominations 2021 – 2022 ISPOR Board of Directors

The ISPOR Nominations Committee is pleased to announce the call for nominees to serve as President-Elect and Directors for the 2021–2022 Board of Directors.

ISPOR is a member-driven organization that relies on the participation of its members to fulfill the organization’s mission. Members who contribute as ISPOR board members lend their leadership, expertise, and vision to the discipline of health economics and outcomes research.

Open Board Positions:

  • President-Elect
  • Directors – 4 positions

Terms:

  • The President-Elect term commences on July 1, 2021 and runs for 3 years: 1 year as President-Elect, 1 year as President, and 1 year as Past President
  • Directors serve 3-year terms commencing on July 1, 2021

Board Objectives:

The Board of Directors drives ISPOR’s strategic direction and is responsible for the management of the Society, including its committees, publications, budget, and governance. The Board is the policy-making body of the Society.

Board Roles:

To gain a better understanding of the roles and responsibilities of serving on the ISPOR Board of Directors, please review role descriptions for President-Elect and Directors.

Information on the current ISPOR Board of Directors can be found here.

Nominations Process:

ISPOR members are encouraged to submit a nomination for a colleague or to self-nominate.

  • Self-nominations are encouraged.
  • Nominations for President-Elect and Directors close on January 1, 2021.

Submit Nominations Here

Review Process:

The Nominations Committee reviews potential candidates and nominates 2 members for Director and President-Elect vacancies for member elections.

Candidates for President-Elect and Directors will be announced on the ISPOR website, including the nominee’s biographies and personal vision statements.

Members are encouraged to cast their vote for President-Elect and Directors from March 1 through April 1, 2021.

ISPOR’s Commitment to Diversity:

ISPOR is strongly committed to diversity. The Society focuses on a variety of diversity dimensions, including (but not limited to) gender, career stage, ethnicity, race, education, sexual orientation, region/geographic location, physical disability, and religion. ISPOR welcomes and strongly encourages nominations for and self-nominations of members who reflect the diversity of the Society, including the diversity dimensions noted above and stakeholder diversity.

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