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Call For Nominations; Board Position and President-Elect

Posted 15 days ago

Call for Nominations for Board Position and President-Elect open October 13th through the 31st 2020.

Submit your nomination here NOW!

Utah Nurse Practitioners Association is anticipating some incredible changes in 2021. We need someone like YOU to represent your colleagues on the Board and for President-Elect. Instead of "letting" legislation happen to our practice, consider becoming involved in the process and "leading" legislative and committee changes in Utah. All APRN's (except CRNAs, CNMs, and CNSs as they have their own active organizations in Utah) in good standing with a renewed or active members are eligible.

  • Board Member (2-year term): Board members vote on all items related to Utah Nurse Practitioners. In addition, the President will assign specific board members to various committees as liaison and to oversee special UNP projects.
  • President-Elect (4-year term) 1st year as President-Elect, 2nd as Acting President with guidance from the Past President, 3rd as independent Acting President, and 4th as Immediate Past President. For more information about roles and responsibilities, please see the Bylaws under "MEMBER INFO--JOIN US!" on the unp.org website.
Please alert your nominee about their nomination and submit the following (CV can be delayed if unavailable but must be submitted at nominate@unp.org prior to voting):
  • CV
  • Current photo
  • Short bio with the reasons you would like to serve or why your nominee would be a good candidate.
Thank you for you nomination and continued support of UNP as we prepare for the coming year. Please consider becoming more active by renewing or becoming a member. UNP also invites members to serve on our committees, available by request if you are unable to serve on the Board. For more information and to contact Committee Chairs, please see "About Utah Nurse Practitioners" at unp.org.
Stay well! With regards,
The UNP Nomination Committee