As a NAM member, either past or current, we invite you to take the next step and consider involvement in the leadership of NAM. Your involvement provides an opportunity to influence the role that NAM plays within the mathematical community in the years to come.
- Outside Academia Member
- Region A Member
The election to fill the vacancies for the NAM officers and other positions will be held in the Fall of 2017 with ballots opening on Friday November 3, 2017 and closing on Friday December 1, 2017. All terms will be for three years beginning on February 1, 2018. While finding time for service is never easy and is often selfless, serving on the NAM Board of Directors in any of these capacities would go a long way towards keeping the organization moving forward in a direction that can continue to inspire future generations.
Candidates must be a current member of NAM, and must be currently employed as a professional mathematician at an institution of higher learning (except for the Outside of Academia representative). For membership information click here. Please consider nominating yourself or someone else.
The Legislation-Nomination Committee will notify the members of the nominees by Friday October 27th. If you have any questions please contact Robin Wilson, the Legistation-Nomination Committee chair, at email@example.com.
Description of Offices
The President and members of the NAM Board of Directors serve for three years. The Board determines all policy of the organization, creates and oversees committees, appoints the treasurers and executive secretaries, and each member also serves on one of the organizations committees.
According to the NAM By-Laws, “the President or designee shall perform all functions of leadership; the president shall be the official spokesperson of the Corporation and shall perform such other duties as may be specified in these By-Laws, by the Board of Directors, or that he deems necessary and proper.” The President is the chair of the Executive Committee, and is the vice chair of the Awards-Recognitions Committee.
- Region A Representative:
The Region A Member is the chair of the Region A Activity Committee, and is the vice chair of the Publications-Publicity Committee. According to the NAM By-Laws, “The regional and special interest representatives shall consist of persons elected by the general membership to represent designated geographical regions and designated special interest groups. Each person duly elected is to serve as NAM’s liaison person as well as NAM’s Coordinator of Activities for that region/special interest group. State/area representatives shall consist of all persons selected/appointed by NAM’s Board of Directors to serve as NAM’s State/Area liaison persons. Any State, Area or Territory of the United States having two or more HBCU/MI’s qualifies as a candidate for NAM’s Board of Directors to select-appoint a State/Area Representative to serve as a liaison person for the promotion and facilitation of NAM’s activities and affairs in that State/Area/Territory. Region A (Southeast/West) consists of Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Montana, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Virgin Islands, and any state not in Regions B or C."
- Outside Academia Representative:
The Outside Academia Member is the chair of the Services-Special Projects Committee, and is the vice chair of the Finance Committee. According to the NAM By-Laws, “The regional and special interest representatives shall consist of persons elected by the general membership to represent designated geographical regions and designated special interest groups. Each person duly elected is to serve as NAM’s liaison person as well as NAM’s Coordinator of Activities for that region/special interest group."
In order to be considered as a nominee you must be a current NAM member. Membership information can be found here.
Complete all forms below by October 27. You must include a short narrative (250) about why you are interested in serving on the NAM board. Please e-mail Robin Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org a copy of your CV and a headshot to appear on the ballot.