View the 2014-2015 Board of Directors.
2015-2016 Board of Directors Nominations
The members presented in here are nominees for the president-elect and three member at-large positions on the Academy’s Board of Directors.
- Jackie L. Clark, PhD, Board Certified in Audiology
- Ian M. Windmill, PhD, Board Certified in Audiology
- Samuel N. Bittel, AuD
- Jamie M. Bogle, AuD, PhD
- Holly L. Burrows, AuD, Board Certified in Audiology
- Angela S. Pond, AuD, Board Certified in Audiology
- Virginia Ramachandran, AuD, PhD
- Sarah Sydlowski, AuD, PhD, Board Certified in Audiology
One of the nominees for president-elect will be elected by the general membership to serve a three-year term (one year as president-elect, one year as president, and one year as past president) beginning July 2015 and ending June 2018. Three of the candidates for the member-at-large positions will be elected by the general membership to serve a three-year term, beginning in July 2015 and ending June 2018.
The 2015 American Academy of Audiology election of new board members will be held from January 19, 2015, through February 17, 2015. All members with an electronic address in the database will be sent an e-mail linking them to our election Web site. Please note the election Web site is separate from the Academy Web site. The link you receive in the e-mail is individually unique and can only be used by the member receiving the e-mail. Once used, the unique link is disabled.
It is anticipated that the new board members and the new president-elect will be announced in early March 2015. The biographical information and position statements presented here are also available on the election Web site. Voting for the leadership of the Academy is an important privilege of membership for Fellows of the American Academy of Audiology.
Guidelines for Academy Leadership Travel to State and Other Meetings
The American Academy of Audiology is pleased to offer various levels of participation for its leadership at state, regional, and national meetings. Such participation may include a keynote address (to include an Academy update and/or other subject matter material). While the Academy's policy regarding related travel/meeting expenses is flexible, state audiology organizations and other hosting organizations are encouraged to pay all or part of the requisite travel/meeting expenses for Academy representatives. At a minimum, this should include meals, accommodations, and complimentary meeting registration. Requests for attendance at events will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis, and should be directed to Peggy Azouqha, Academy Executive Assistant.