Stroke-ISIG 2022 Call for Nominations is Now Closed
Election Ballot was sent to each Stroke-ISIG member in good standing via Survey Monkey.
The ACRM Stroke Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group (Stroke-ISIG) 2023 Call for Nominations is open for one position on the Stroke-ISIG Executive Committee, including:
• Membership Officer
Thank you for your help in choosing the leadership of our community group!
Nomination Procedure-is Now Closed for 2022
All candidates must be or become active ACRM members in good standing and current member of the Stroke-ISIG. All nominations should be emailed to Mark Kovic, firstname.lastname@example.org Nominating Committee Chair, and Stroke -ISIG Past Chair and to include the following:
- The Officer position for which the candidate is nominated
- The name of the candidate, with credentials
- Candidate’s title and affiliation
- Candidate’s CV
CRITERIA FOR STROKE-ISIG EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
- Active ACRM member in good standing and member of Stroke-ISIG
- Knowledgeable about and supportive of the ACRM & Stroke-ISIG mission and objectives
- Demonstrate a special commitment to ACRM & Stroke-ISIG through tenure of membership and participation in the organization
- Ability to accomplish tasks on schedule and to work effectively with other people
- Understand and agree to the necessary commitment of time and community activities
The successful officers will assume their positions during the Stroke-ISIG meeting which occurs during the ACRM Annual Conference on 6-8 November at the Chicago Hilton, following notification and confirmation of acceptance.
Roles & Responsibilities
The person elected as the Stroke-ISIG Membership Officer will serve two years as the Membership Officer. This position can be extended for two (2) optional two-year terms if agreed upon by the treasurer and nominating committee and voted upon by the general membership. You will be required to attend monthly Stroke ISIG Leadership meetings as well as the ACRM Annual Conference
The Membership Chair shall act as a liaison between the ACRM National Office and the Stroke-ISIG regarding membership and provide a report to the membership at the annual business meeting as applicable.
The Membership Chair shall oversee that a Stroke-ISIG membership of 30 or more persons is maintained by the ACRM National Office and that an ongoing campaign is maintained to promote Stroke-ISIG membership to enhance its ability to fulfill its stated objectives. This person will provide a full membership report to the membership at the annual Stroke-ISIG business meeting. In support of these duties, he/ may serve as Stroke-ISIG liaison and a member of the ACRM Membership Committee.
The Stroke Membership Chair will be responsible for coordination of the Stroke Virtual Happy Hours
The Membership Chair shall act as liaison between the ACRM National Office and the Stroke-ISIG regarding members who have fallen out of good standing of the ACRM and may work with the Chair to bring members back into good standing.
The Membership Chair will also assist with integration of international members into ACRM Stroke ISIG.
The Membership Chair shall promote ACRM and Stroke-ISIG membership while monitoring that Stroke-ISIG Only members do not exceed two (2) years.
The Membership Chair will serve as a Stroke-ISIG liaison and member on an ACRM standing committee as deemed necessary and negotiated with the Chair.