AIHce EXP Conference Program Committee Candidate Application

CPC Selection ​​Process

Attribute​s

A well-balanced, cross-representative group of volunteers is vital to the strength of the CPC and to shaping the educational content for AIHce. Toward that end, the following attributes are considered when selecting CPC representatives. 

  • Demonstration of leadership skills and ability to be thoughtful, deliberative and decisive.
  • Ability to:
    • work collaboratively in a group setting 
    • professionally handle differences of opinion with peers
    • speak with “one voice,” supporting decisions once they have been made 
  • Ability to represent the profession as whole, not just one practice area or specialty. 
  • Proven ability to think both long term and strategically as well as short-term and tactically.
  • Ability to screen submissions in a fair, consistent, defensible, and transparent manner.
  • Ability to meet deadlines in a short period of time, especially in the Fall (September-December).
  • Experience as a volunteer in AIHA and/or ACGIH; experience in other, volunteer organizations.

Commitment to ​Fulfill the Role and Responsibilities

I have read the Conference Program Committee Roles and Responsibilities​, and I am able to fulfill this commitment if selected.

If selected, your term will begin at the AIHce EXP 2019 CPC Meeting in Minneapolis on May 22, and your first review will be for AIHce EXP 2020 in Atlanta, GA starting in September 2019.

Please submit your completed application by 5:00 pm EDT, April 22, 2019. We anticipate notifying applicants of selection by May 1, 2019. If you have any questions, contact Kathryn Christoe.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Candidate Application

Please indicate whether you are a current member of AIHA or ACGIH.
In which of the following sectors do you currently work?

Professional Background

(Please answer each of the following questions.)

1. Summarize your educational background and work experience.
List current and prior service on AIHA, ACGIH, or other volunteer groups.
Explain why your skills and experience would make you a valuable contributor on the CPC.
Do you have any potential conflicts of interest with service on the CPC? (For example, are you serving on the conference program committee for another OEHS organization?)
I have read the Conference Program Committee Roles and Responsibilities, and I am able to fulfill this commitment if selected.