Distinguished Lecturers Application

Individuals interested in becoming a Distinguished Lecturer (DL) must be an AIHA Member. All submissions are evaluated by the Fellows SIG Review committee.  The DL program is a modification and expansion of AIHA’s former “Speakers Bureau.”  

Please note that certain fields are required and marked with an asterisk * - you will not be able to submit your application unless you co​mplete the required fields.  When you complete the application including the required fields, click on the SUBMIT button and you will receive an email confirmation that your application has been successfully submitted.

We ask that you:

  • Submit the name of your presentation and include a brief explanation describing the key points of your presentation.  (Not more than 50 words per presentation.  You may submit up to three presentations.)*

  • Submit a sample of each presentation (either a Power Point or PDF) – the sample does not have to be the entire presentation*

  • Include a brief professional bio (not to exceed 100 words)*

  • Please submit a photograph/head shot

  • Include your “LinkedIn” and “Twitter” account information if you want others to have access to additional information about your professional background

Note that the review process occurs throughout the year.  You will be notified by the end of each quarter regarding the status of your application.  Once you are approved, you will be an AIHA Distinguished Lecturer for two years from the date of your acceptance notification.  To remain active, you must resubmit your application for review every two years.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Start Your Application Here

A maximum of three topics may be included along with a sample presentation for each topic.

Please upload your required:

  • CV or Resumé
  • Topic Presentations, for each topic (PowerPoint or PDF)
  • Photo

This section supports multiple file uploads.

  • Use the Choose File button to add files one at a time. 
  • If you need to remove a file from the list, click the x in front of the file name.