Election of Officers
PLEASE NOTE: The Board of Officers from the current year of 2020 has been voted to stay in position for 2021 due to the new board members not having the opportunity to be involved and learn at the regular level due to COVID pandemic. This was the results of our survey. All positions will move to 2021 and rotation will continue in the order it should have been in 2020. Next Year the position of 2nd Vice President and Treasurer will be up for election in the fall.
The greatest strength of the Kansas Chapter of APCO is the knowledge, talent and dedication of it’s members. There is no greater reflection of this than exhibited by those who seek election of the Kansas Chapter Board of Officers.
Service as a member of the Board is an honor that carries with it awesome responsibilities. Before a member commits to being a candidate, that responsibility must be clearly understood and appreciated, not only by the candidate, but by his or her employer.
A candidate’s employer must have a keen awareness of the value of the Chapter’s mission, the honor of APCO service, and the strong support the candidate must have to effectively serve as an APCO Officer.
This support is manifested in many ways which include, but are not limited to, the need for the employee to be able to be away from his/her employment for APCO Business Meetings. Attendance at the annual conference, Executive Committee Meetings, on-site reviews, and other functions is imperative.
If you are interested in serving, download the Declaration of Candidacy and submit it to the KSAPCO Board.
Each year, the positions of 2nd Vice President, Executive Council Representative, and Executive Committee Person are open for election. The Secretary and Treasurer positions are two year terms.
The 2nd Vice President serves for a one year term, then automatically advances to 1st Vice President. The 1st Vice President serves for one year, then moves to Chapter President. After one year of service, the President moves to the position of Past President for the final year.
The duties and responsibilities of each position is detailed in the bylaws.
Elections are held at the annual conference.