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Allen and Weiner Elected as APA Representatives

Continuing SIOP’s Advocacy for I-O Psychology

Results of the American Psychological Association (APA) Council of Representatives election have been received from the APA office.

SIOP is pleased to announce that Fellows Tammy D. Allen, Distinguished University Professor of Psychology at the University of South Florida, and Sara P. Weiner, an independent consultant based in Tucson, Arizona, have been elected to serve as APA Council Representatives for Division 14. Read more about the representatives and the Council below.

Allen and Weiner will begin their terms on January 1, 2019, replacing Georgia Chao and Gary Latham, whose terms expire at the end of this year. SIOP’s APA Representatives also serve on the SIOP Executive Board.

The new representatives share the conviction that continued representation for I-O within APA is a vital advocacy role for SIOP....Read more

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