Want to gain some leadership experience and give back to the profession? Now is your chance! By serving on the ACMP DC board of directors, you will not only have a chance to help lead the chapter, but you will also make invaluable connections around the entire DC metropolitan area.
ACMP DC is the largest and fastest growing chapter among all ACMP Global chapters. Dedicated to engaging the local change community to exchange and build knowledge, foster innovation, and advance the discipline, ACMP DC is leading the way change happens in the DC metro area.
Benefits of Serving on the Board
Service on the board of directors represents a unique opportunity to help drive the decisions of our chapter, collaborate with other change management professionals, and continue your leadership development. It is an exciting time to join the chapter’s leadership team and help chart a course for continued growth and impact. Board service offers the opportunity to:
The nine-member ACMP DC board of directors is responsible for determining the strategic direction of the chapter, providing operational oversight, and governing the organization as a whole. Individual board members participate in the governance of the association, lead/participate in committees and task forces, volunteer time and talent to support the strategic direction of the chapter, and serve as ambassadors for the chapter.
The ACMP DC Nominating Committee is seeking interested volunteer leaders to serve in the following positions. Descriptions and anticipated time commitments for each position are available by clicking on the links below.
To be considered eligible for service on the board, applicants must be a member in good standing of the ACMP DC Chapter for a minimum of six months prior to the start of the new board year in April. That means, if you have been a chapter member since October 1, 2017, you are eligible!
Board Member Capacity and Time Commitments
Being an all-volunteer led association, ACMP DC benefits from the generosity of members sharing their time to serve. We ask that you consider your capacity to take on a board role amidst other personal and professional commitments. For the sake of both you and the chapter, we ask that you do not over commit yourself. While time commitments vary based on role, interest and project priorities, board members participate in bi-weekly board meetings via phone/web (1-hour), periodic in person/phone strategy sessions, committee meetings, and chapter events/activities. All board and committee meetings include preparation time, follow-up, and various action items assigned. This represents a minimum of approximately 10 hours per month.
In the next few months the chapter will announce and launch several committees that will work with the board of directors to grow and advance the chapter’s mission. If you are not quite ready to throw your hat in the ring for a position on the board, perhaps you might like to contribute your time and talent to one of these committees? While we are still working out the details, the committees will likely include membership, programs/events/training, and communications.
How to Apply
If you are interested in applying for one of the board positions, please complete the nomination form and submit via email by midnight on February 5, 2018. The Nominating Committee will review each application, contact and interview all interested applicants, and then propose a slate of candidates to the Board for review and approval. Once approved by the board, candidates will be notified, and the voting will begin! The slate will be presented to the chapter membership for voting and final results will be announced in late March. The new board will convene in April.
For More Information
If you would like more information prior to submitting your name for consideration for the board or one of the committees, contact us here, and we will get in touch with you to share more information and answer your questions.