Running for ASME Society Office
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- Annual Meeting Information
- Candidate Qualifications
- Statement of Inclusiveness
- Position Descriptions
- Helpful Documents for Review
The 2021 ASME Virtual Annual Meeting, where candidates will be interviewed and selected, will be June 11 & 12, 2021. The Nominating Committee will meet from June 10-12, 2021.
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The Nominating Committee will consider candidates’ experiences and skills relative to ASME’s leadership model and advancing the goals of the organization. Candidates must demonstrate a commitment and willingness to serve on a working Board and accordingly, to accept assignments related to the work of the organization. The Nominating Committee looks at diversity in representation in the selection of candidates for inclusion on the election slate. The Committee also looks for nominations of individuals with high level of engagement in academic and professional organizations. The ASME leadership model includes a Board composed of 4 officers (who serve on the Executive Committee) and 9 members-at-large who provide governance to the organization while implementing the organization’s strategic plan through a structure of committees.
The Nominating Committee is committed to upholding ASME’s dedication to diversity and inclusion across the organization and fostering an environment that enables members to feel valued, respected, and safe, and developing a diverse and inclusive slate of candidates.
Criteria for developing the final slate:
- Minimum of two nominations for each open seat
- ASME Corporate Membership
- Experience in leadership positions (profit and not-for-profit)
By tradition, the President is the senior volunteer public spokesperson for ASME, in conjunction with the ASME Executive Director/CEO, representing ASME in both ceremonial and substantive roles in public forums and in interactions with other organizations. View a more detailed position description.
The affairs of the Society shall be managed by a Board of Governors (BOG) chosen from its membership which shall have full control of the activities of the Society, subject to the limitations of the Constitution and By-Laws, Society Policies and the laws of the State of New York. View a more detailed position description.