Nominations Information

  • Nominations for the 2019 Board of Directors Election 

    Do you know someone who would bring valuable experience, perspective, and judgment to the NCTM Board of Directors? The Board needs a broad representation of NCTM membership to enrich its discussions, inquiries, and decisions. Help the Nominations and Elections Committee identify talented, energetic individuals who are qualified to assume leadership roles in the Council. Get complete details on the process, procedures, qualifications and responsibilities, and school incentives.

    Open Positions  

    Board Director: Four (4) Director positions are available. An individual must have been a member of the Council continuously during the preceding three (3) years and must have served on a major committee of the Council, in another leadership role in the Council, or in an Affiliate leadership role. To ensure balanced representation as required by the Bylaws, the 2019 ballot will present one candidate for Director from the Central region and three candidates for Director-at-Large.  

    Important Dates  

    • Nominations is open January 15 through March 1, 2019.
    • Complete and submit the Online Nomination Form by March 1, 2019.
    • Qualified nominees will be notified by the Nominations and Elections Committee and provided with an Application Form to be completed by April 1, 2019.
    • Slate of candidates will be announced in late June/early July.
    • Election voting is online only and held in September/October, with a minimum 30-day voting period.

    Nominate  

    • Nominations for yourself or another qualified NCTM member accepted January 15 through March 1, 2019. 
    • Nominees must submit an Application Form by April 1, 2019.

    Contact

    The Nominations and Elections Committee appreciates your participation in nominating energetic individuals who are qualified to assume leadership roles on the Board of Directors of the Council.

    Karen Karp, Chair (2019)
    NCTM Nominations & Elections Committee   
    kkarp1@jhu.edu