Available Positions for National and Regional Leadership

This is your opportunity to shape AGA programs, advance your profession and represent members' interests. AGA, the premier organization dedicated to promoting government accountability and serving accountability professionals, is seeking leaders to serve as 2018-2021:
 
  • National President-Elect*
  • National Treasurer-Elect*
  • Senior Vice President for Regional Services*— Section I (Northeast, North Central, North Atlantic, Great Lakes regions)
  • Senior Vice President for Regional Services* — Section IV (Capital, South Atlantic, Southeast regions)
  • Regional Vice Presidents-Elect (for AGA’s 14 regions)

The deadline for nominations is Oct. 31, 2017. View our nominations page for more infomation on the nominations process, bylaws and AGA's organizational chart.

*Serves on the National Executive Committee. All elected for these positions must submit a signed Conflict of Interest form.
 

Term

Those elected will take office on July 1, 2018 and will serve a three-year term of office. The National President, National Treasurer and Regional Vice Presidents serve year one as "elect," year two as "current" and year three as "immediate past."

Benefits of Service

As a volunteer leader, you are rewarded with unparalleled opportunities to:
  • Expand Your Leadership Skills
  • Enhance Your Career
  • Exchange Ideas and Perspectives With Other Leaders
  • Expand Your Network of Personal and Professional Contacts

What Does the Job Entail?

You can learn more about these positions and the level of commitment by referring to the national officer position descriptions. In accordance with AGA’s travel policy, AGA pays for the costs associated with performing your duties as an AGA national leader.

Desired Characteristics of Nominees for Elected Office

Candidates for these positions should, at a minimum, possess the following qualifications and experiences:
  • Leadership ability
  • Demonstrated ability to:
    • work as a team member
    • understand and uphold AGA bylaws and policies and procedures
    • communicate effectively and interact personally with all types of individuals
    • speak publicly
  • Ability to commit the time required by the position
  • Ability to support majority decisions and to compromise when needed
  • Ability to understand the impact of issues on a national level