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IARP Elections – 2020 Call for Nominations

Official Call for Candidates Nomination Form Additional Documents

Note: Nominations will be accepted through 5:00 PM Central Time Thursday, April 30, 2020.

You can make a difference and influence what is happening with IARP!  Consider submitting your candidacy for one of the open positions on the IARP International Board of Directors and the Special Interest Sections for the upcoming terms. All open positions are listed below

We invite you to consider volunteering in one of the key areas below:

    A chance for you to help guide the direction of the organization.
    An opportunity to broaden your leadership horizons.
    A great starting point for your leadership journey.
  • IARP’S Standards Compliance Review Board (SCRB)
    A chance to uphold the IARP code of ethics.

As a longtime member of IARP and volunteer of IARP, I have built strong relationships, had access to resources and received support of a national organization, and benefited from the many educational programs and publications that have helped me grow personally and professionally. I encourage each IARP member to consider how you can make a difference - your time and talent is very much appreciated, and I look forward to strengthening the mission of IARP together. – Steve Yuhas, Past-President

Complete details on leadership openings at IARP Board of Directors and Section Board levels, as well as the Standards Compliance Review Board (SCRB) are provided in the attached Official Call for Nominations. The Nomination form is also attached here for your convenience.

We can only continue to grow based upon your contribution and individual commitment to serve.


No one can do everything, but everyone can do something.

Official Call for Candidates Nomination Form

Please review these additional documents:

Please review the IARP Policies and Procedure Manual below. The manual contains information on:

  • General Policies and Procedures
  • Position descriptions for the IARP Board of Directors
  • Section Policies and Procedures
  • General Expectations (frequency of meetings, time requirements, etc.)

IARP Policies and Procedure Manual

“Leadership development is a process that begins with an individual’s commitment to engage, learn, challenge, and support the organization