Candidates for House of Delegates - Vote for 10
Christopher Anderson, PA-C
Jonathan Baker, PA-C
Susan Cappelmann, PA-C, MS, MT
Nicole Cox, PA-C
John Davidson, PA-C
Daniel Forsberg, PA-C, MPH
Brian Glick, PA-C, MS
Marylou Hernandez, PA-C
Heather Isola, PA-C
Jenny Jackson, PA-C
Jennifer Kelly, PA-C
Shinu Kuriakose, PA-C
Andrea Lowe, PA-C
Christopher Mueller, PA-C
Maureen Regan, PA-C, MBA
Melissa Rodriguez, PA-C
Brittni Silvestri, PA-C
Danielle Varney, PA-C
Mark Zender, PA-C, MPAS
Join the NYSSPA Board of Directors!
Mark your calendars now for the following IMPORTANT Election Dates:
1.) March 19, 2018 — Deadline for declaration of candidacy
2.) March 29, 2018—Deadline for receipt of platform statements
3.) April 9, 2018 – Online ballots open
4.) May 4, 2018 – Online ballots close
5.) May 8, 2018—Election results announced
You may nominate yourself or a colleague by writing to the NYSSPA Office via email firstname.lastname@example.org (read receipt recommended) and cc the elections committee chair: Josh Blair at email@example.com
or postal mail your declaration to:
PO Box 606
Oceanville, NJ 08231
Your declaration should be a simple statement such as:
“I wish to declare my candidacy for the office of _______”.
Please include your name, address, email, phone, and membership number. Candidates will then be sent forms to complete to create a platform statement and summary of qualifications.
Qualifications for NYSSPA Office
The following positions are available for the
2018-2019 Elections Cycle:
President-Elect (3-year commitment: president-elect, president, immediate past-president)
Vice President / Chief Delegate to the AAPA
Secretary (4-year commitment: secretary, president-elect, president, immediate past-president)
District C, D, and E Directors (2-year commitment)
- Please see Map of District borders on NYSSPA website for your district location.
2 Student Directors and 1 Alternate
Approximately 11* House of Delegate Positions
*The exact number of positions will be determined by AAPA apportionment.
Please note: for the 2018-2019 elections cycle ONLY, there will be a one-time President-Elect position, in addition to the Secretary position (which includes a four year succession from Secretary to President-Elect to President and then to Immediate Past-President). This is due to recent bylaw and policy changes adopted by the Board of Directors. Once the 2019-2020 application cycle begins, there will be no need for a President-Elect position, as the Secretary will advance to President-Elect in accordance to the succession of that position.