Elections for Secretary and Treasurer will take place via email just prior to ISAPA 2019 in Charlottesville, Virginia.

The current board is seeking nominations (including self-nominations) for these two important positions. If you are interested in making a nomination or if you wish to nominate yourself for one of these positions (or if you have questions about these positions), please refer to the contact information.

Please submit nominations no later than March 1, 2019 to IFAPA President Martin Block, Professor, University of Virginia, via email at meb7u@virginia.edu.

In addition, please remember to make the nominations for IFAPA AWARDS.

Descriptions of these two positions are presented below.


The main duties are: give notice of all meetings of the Federation, its regional organizations, and its committees. Solicit and maintain written records of their activities; conduct correspondence, maintain records and communicate on behalf of IFAPA; keep an up-dated list of members of the Federation; notify officers and members of their election; notify organizers selected to hold ISAPAs prepare, under direction of the Board of Directors, reports on transactions and conditions of the Federation, and
12.5.2 The Secretary is elected in the same year as the Treasurer.
12.5.3 The office is held for a two biennia (four year) term. The Secretary is eligible for re-election to a second term of four years.


The main duties are:

12.6.1 The Treasurer keeps accounts of the money received and expended for use of the Federation, and makes disbursements only upon vouchers approved in writing by the President and another member of the EC. Separate accounts shall be maintained for the separate purposes of (a) general IFAPA functioning and (b) use of the Elly D. Friedmann Award and the Young Professional Awards monies. Donors specified a separate account as a condition of each category of awards.
12.6.2 He/She deposits all sums received in an approved bank(s) or trust company(ies). Funds may be drawn only upon signature of the Treasurer. Quarterly, the Treasurer provides the President with the list of all sums received and expended.
12.6.3 The Treasurer makes a report at the General Assembly, meetings of the Board, or when called upon by the President.
12.6.4 The Board of Directors shall supervise funds, books, and vouchers in the Treasurer’s hands at all times. At expiration of his/her term of office, the Treasurer shall deliver over to the successor all books, money, and other property, or in absence of a Treasurer-elect, to the President.
12.6.5 The Treasurer shall, if required by the Board of Directors give to the Federation such security for faithful discharge to his/her duties as the Board may direct.
12.6.6 The Treasurer is elected in the same year as the Secretary.
12.6.7 The office is held for a two biennia (four year) term. The Treasurer is eligible for re-election to a second term of four years.