Call for Nominations

 

2022 CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

 AP Assembly and AP Association

The Administrative Professional (AP) Assembly and the AP Association will begin accepting nominations for open executive board positions starting now through Friday, March 18, 2022.

Nomination Process: Self nominations can be submitted through the nomination form until the nomination period closes on March 18.

Election Timeline

  • Thursday, February, 24 - Friday, March 18: Nominations Accepted.
  • Thursday, March 24 (2 - 3:30 p.m.): Virtual Meet the Candidates Event - Register here!
    • Join us in engaging with APs desiring to serve as elected representatives for both AP Assembly and Association.
  • Monday, April 4 - Friday, April 22: Online election facilitated through Qualtrics.
    • Current APs will receive an email directly from Qualtrics prompting them to submit their virtual ballot.
  • Week of April 25: Results Announced.

AP Assembly: 8 open positions

  • President (2022 - 2024): An abbreviated two-year commitment, serving in the roles of President and Past President. 
  • President-Elect (2022 - 2025): Leads AP Assembly initiatives and efforts, primarily responsible for running the AP elections (year one), awards process (year two), and recognition committee (year three). 
  • Secretary (2022 - 2024): Keeps an accurate record of meeting minutes and is responsible for all AP Assembly communications.
  • Senator [2 positions] (2022 - 2024): Serve on University Senate as voting members and keep the Executive Board appraised of Senate activities. 
  • Member-at-Large [3 positions] (2022 - 2024): Maintain communication between the Assembly members and the executive board. Assume leadership as chairs of committees. Current open positions are for Community Engagement, Professional Development, and Voice of the AP. 

AP Association: 7 open positions

  • President-Elect (2022 - 2025): Serves with the President and Past President to lead AP Association initiatives and efforts; meet with OU administration monthly. A three year commitment serving in the roles of President-Elect, President, and Past President.
  • Secretary (2022 - 2024): Keeps an accurate record of all Association proceedings and correspondence, and is responsible for communications sent by the Executive Committee. 
  • Representatives Bands J-R [3 positions] (2022 - 2024): Maintain communications between the Association members and executive committee. Serve on work teams to further the concepts, ideas, and processes that can improve the AP experience.
  • Representatives Bands S-X (2022 - 2024): Maintain communications between the Association members and executive committee. Serve on work teams to further the concepts, ideas, and processes that can improve the AP experience.
  • Member-at-Large (2022 - 2024): Maintain communication between the Association members and the executive committee. Serve on work teams to further the concepts, ideas, and processes that can improve the AP experience.

Questions regarding the AP Assembly or Association elections?  Please contact Zach Zuchowicz, zuchowicz@oakland.edu, for AP Assembly or Marie VanBuskirk, taylor4@oakland.edu, for AP Association.

AP Assembly is a professional organization comprised of all administrative professionals on campus. We serve in an advising capacity to the university president; have representation on the University Senate, as well as various senate committees and strive to develop community across campus.

AP Association is comprised of a thirteen member elected executive committee that provides a means of communication between all administrative professional employees and the university as the employer in matters concerning wages, hours and working conditions