AD&D Executive Committee

The AD&D Executive Committee consists of the following roles: President, President-Elect, Secretary/Treasurer, and Executive Director (who is appointed by the Management Office). In order to be eligible for an elected position, an individual shall be a member of the Association for at least one year.


If you are interested in serving on the Executive Committee, be sure to email a Letter of Interest and your CV/Resume to our Headquarters Office at [email protected]. Any questions can also be emailed to the office. Note applications for the 2021-2022 AD&D Executive Committee are being accepted until Friday, March 26, 2021.

 
PRESIDENT
The President shall succeed from the position of President-Elect and shall serve for a one-year term.  The President shall preside at the opening session and business meeting of the annual meeting of the Association. In the absence of the President, the President-Elect shall act in his/her stead.  If the President does not remain qualified for office, the President-Elect shall succeed to the Presidency and there shall be a vacancy in that office. The President shall take office at the close of the Annual Meeting and shall serve until the close of the Annual Meeting at the end of his/her term.
 
PRESIDENT-ELECT
The President-Elect shall be elected by the general membership for a one-year period at the Annual Meeting.  The President-Elect shall serve as program chair and shall perform the duties of the President in the President’s absence. The President-Elect shall take office at the close of the Annual Meeting at which he/she is elected and serve in that capacity until the close of the Annual Meeting at the end of his/her term at which point she/ he will assume the presidency of the association. If the President-Elect becomes disqualified during his/her one year in that office, the President shall solicit nominations from the membership.  The election shall be by electronic ballot.
 
SECRETARY-TREASURER
The Secretary-Treasurer shall be elected by the general membership for a one-year period at the Annual Meeting.  He or she shall take office at the close of the Annual Meeting at which he/she is elected and serve in that capacity until the close of the Annual Meeting at the end of his/her term. He/she is eligible for re-election. The Secretary-Treasurer will maintain the membership lists of the Association and make an annual report of financial status to the membership with the support of the Headquarters Office.