Office holders on the IHIA’s Executive Board of Directors are non-salaried voluntary positions. Serving on the IHIA’s Board requires considerable time, effort, dedication, as well as a strong desire to serve the membership and make the IHIA grow in influence and stature.
Nominees to the IHIA’s Executive Board of Directors should have the necessary flexibility of time and personal commitment to perform the position’s varied duties. Additionally, a nominated candidate must have their employer agency’s support and approval to serve on the IHIA’s Executive Board of Directors
The IHIA’s By-Laws prohibit self nominations for elected offices on the Executive Board of Directors. For information regarding the announced positions’ specific duties and responsibilities please refer to the IHIA By-Laws, Article V - Officers, Section 5.10 - Vice President and Section - 5.12 Regional Directors. The By-Laws are posted and available for review on the IHIA’s website in the section titled, “IHIA By-Laws.”
Effective January 1, 2020, nominations for the below positions are hereby announced:
TO BE DETERMINED
Written nominations for the above announced offices will be accepted from
January 1, 2020 through April 1, 2020.
Additional information regarding upcoming position vacancies and/or Board duties can be obtained by contacting any current board member. The IHIA strongly encourages its membership to consider participating in leadership roles within the Executive Board of Directors, the Advisory Board, or in other capacities. The IHIA cannot exist unless new blood assumes leadership positions.
Nominations for the upcoming Board position vacancies must be submitted to the IHIA Secretary, Nathan Graham either by e-mail at email@example.com, or by postal service mail, and addressed to: Secretary Nathan Graham: International Homicide Investigators Association; P.O. Box 5507, Tampa, Florida 33675.