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Matthew Haynes

Call for Officer Nominations

Nominate your MVPs for leadership positions on Team SIOP

 

The process of selecting new members of the Executive Board for the 2020-2021 fiscal year will begin soon.  Nominations will open on September 1 for elected positions on SIOP’s Executive Board, and the nomination period ends at midnight EDT on September 30. Voting members of SIOP are urged to make nominations for the open offices listed below.

Member participation in SIOP’s nomination process helps determine not only the future of the Society but also of the profession of I-O psychology.

So please take time to seriously consider the role of SIOP’s Executive Board and nominate those members you believe can best serve in these capacities.

• President-Elect: It is the duty of the President to preside at all meetings of the Society, to act as chair of the Executive Board, to exercise general supervision over the affairs of the Society, and to be an ex-officio member of all committees. …read more

• Conferences and Programs: The Conferences and Programs Officer has executive oversight of the major events of the Society and works closely with the following committees: Conference Committee, Program-SIOP Committee, Workshops Committee, Leading Edge Consortium  …read more

• Communications: The Communications Officer has executive oversight of SIOP organizational communications including the website, white papers and TIP and works closely with the Electronic Communication Committee and TIP Editor. …read more

• Research and Science: The Research and Science Officer has executive oversight for activities and programs that advance the research, science, and methods of I-O psychology and works closely with the Scientific Affairs Committee, Institutional Research Committee, and Government Relations Advocacy Team (GREAT) (ad hoc). …read more

• Diversity and Inclusion: The Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Officer has executive oversight for organizational activities and programs that support efforts to promote diversity and inclusion within SIOP and the science and practice of diversity and inclusion. …read more

 

The Diversity and Inclusion Officer is a new position, established through a bylaws amendment in June 2019. The term will be extended from the standard 3 years to 4 years to balance the rotation of officers. All other terms of office are three years.

All nominees must be members in good standing (current dues paid). For more details on the process, please refer to the Elections Committee Policy on Nominations.

 

***One of the many benefits SIOP offers to all members is free access to the SIOP Savings Center.

The SIOP Savings Center offers exclusive deals on office supplies, hotels, and even offers personal benefits.

For the month of September, Office Depot is offering members-only specials. Register for online ordering to save up to 69% off additional kitchen, breakroom, and office products.

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