2021/22 APAC Board: Call For Nominations

 

If you have ever wondered how you might be able to contribute to shaping IABC and make a positive difference to our chapters and members, then we invite you to consider nominating to serve on the IABC Asia-Pacific Region Board.

Region Board members make decisions that support the health of the region’s chapters and guide the professional development of our members,  the future of IABC, and the profession, as well as deliver the association’s strategy.

Serving on the IABC APAC Region Board will help you develop your board and leadership credentials, become more valuable to your organisation or clients, gain greater access to professional content, regional and global peer-to-peer connections, communication best practices, and enhanced networking experiences.

Based in the Asia-Pacific region, members in good standing are now invited to nominate to serve on the IABC APAC Board for 2021/22.

Board positions open for nomination in the 2021/22 term are:

  • Vice-Chair
  • Secretary/Governance Director
  • Treasurer/Finance Director
  • Communications Directors (up to 2 roles – digital communications, social media communications)
  • Chapter Liaison and Development  Director
  • Members-at-Large Liaison and Development  Director
  • Recognition Director
  • Partnerships Director
  • Certification Director

Nominations are open from Wednesday 9 April and close on Friday 14 May. Board roles will commence on 1 July 2021 following confirmation of the Board slate at the Region AGM. Board director onboarding will commence in late June.

Full details of the commitments and requirements are included in the 2021/22 information pack.

If you would like to nominate, complete this form and submit it to iabcasiapacific@gmail.com by Friday 14 May 2021.

If you have any questions please email iabcasiapacific@gmail.com or contact Zora Artis, Immediate Past Chair, directly at +61 410 565 625 or zoraartis@yahoo.com.au OR James Howe, Vice-Chair, directly at +61 488 065 058 james.howe@bupa.com.au.