Due to the ongoing coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting postponement of the 2020 annual meeting, the ASRI Council voted to postpone the 2020 election until 2021. All 2020 positions will remain effect until the 2021 annual meeting.
The ASRI Nominating Committee seeks nominations for candidates for the 2021 election. All candidates for the Executive Council must be current members of the Society to be eligible for election. Deadline for nominations is FEBRUARY 15, 2021. Open voting will take place from March 1 to May 15, with the final results announced at the annual meeting.
Position descriptions can be found under the Executive Council section in the ASRI Bylaws.
Offices to be filled
President Elect 2021-2023 (2-year term)
Vice President 2021-2023 (2-year term)
Secretary 2021-2024 (3-year term)
Historian 2021-2024 (3-year term) *NEW*
The Nominating Committee also seeks your input. Members are asked to submit office-specific questions for each of the offices open in this election. We also seek input on general questions for every nominee. If you have any questions, please contact:
Nomination Committee Chair
The Nomination Committee’s duties are to select candidates for officer and councilor positions. The committee is composed of the Past President (Chair) and two members of the Society appointed by the President, of whom at least one is not a member of the Executive Council.
The Nomination Committee is mandated by the constitution to call for nomination of candidates from the membership not less than four (4) months prior to the annual general meeting of the society and to propose two or three candidates for each of the positions of President-Elect and Secretary. The Treasurer may be proposed for a second three year term unopposed if he or she is willing, otherwise two or three candidates will be proposed for the position of Treasurer. The candidates for President-Elect must have served previously as an Officer or Councilor for at least two years or as the chairman of the Organizing Committee for an annual meeting.
All nominees must confirm their willingness to stand for office: