Help lead the International Social Marketing Association:
Nominate yourself to serve on the iSMA Board of Directors
Elections for these two positions will be held in the first three weeks of September.
You can self-nominate now. Your nomination must reach the secretary of iSMA by the 25th of August.
Please send nominations to : Angela Makris firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is eligible to apply?
We are seeking nominations from members who work / live exclusively or principally in the African and Latin American regions. You must be a member of iSMA or a member of one of our affiliated associations to apply.
Who is eligible to vote?
All iSMA members and members of iSMA affiliated regional social marketing associations can vote in this election, this includers members of the Africa Social Marketing Association, Australian Association of Social Marketing, European Social Marketing Association, Latin America Social Marketing Association, and Social Marketing Association of North America including the Pacific North West Social Marketing Association.
What are the Benefits of Being a Board Member?
By being a member of the iSMA Board, you will have an opportunity to network with leading social marketers around the world, guide and shape how we move forward as an alliance of regional social marketing associations and provide direction to enhance our current and new member services. Some of these services include our always-popular webinar series, our newly updated website, professional meetings and conferences, and other initiatives that advance the field of social marketing including the development of professional standards, ethical guidance and a growing number of training services.
What are the Responsibilities of a Board Member?
The iSMA Board is a volunteer driven, working Board. Being a Board member involves helping with our workgroups and committees to advance iSMA initiatives. You will participate in 6 Board meetings and our Annual General Meeting each year. These meetings are typically held via conference call/webinar unless an opportunity such as a conference provides an opportunity to meet in person.
Board members serve for up to three years, can stand for re-election for a second three-year term, and can stand for election to the Board’s executive committee, including the president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer. Board members can also chair one of iSMA’s committees, including communications, membership, professional development, volunteers, standards development and another special working groups.