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    Nominations for Open SGEA Steering Committee Positions

    The SGEA Steering Committee call for Nominations 

    The SGEA Steering Committee is soliciting nominations (self-nominations accepted) for the following open positions by Monday, March 11:

    • Chair-Elect, Undergraduate Medical Education Section. Term starts after 2024 regional meeting for three years total: 2024-2025 as chair-elect and 2025-2027 as chair and SGEA representative to National GEA UME Section.
    • Chair-Elect, Graduate Medical Education Section. Term starts after 2024 regional meeting for three years total: 2024-2025 as chair-elect and 2025-2027 as chair and SGEA representative to National GEA GME Section.
    • Member at-Large (2026 regional meeting planning lead). Term starts after 2024 regional meeting for two years total: 2024-2025 as co-lead and 2025-2026 as lead of 2026 regional meeting.
    • Communications Chair. Term starts after 2024 regional meeting for two years with an option to continue for one additional 2-year term).
    • Special Interest Group Coordinator. Term starts after 2024 regional meeting for two years with an option to continue for one additional 2-year term).

    Position descriptions available at: SGEA Steering Committee Member Roles & Duties.  Please also contact current steering committee members for more information about their respective duties.

    We welcome self-nominations and nominations by other SGEA members. The approved slate of new officers will be presented to the SGEA membership at the upcoming spring regional meeting scheduled for April 11-13, 2024, in Houston, TX.

    For nominations, provide a brief letter of interest and CV. The letter should include how the nominee has demonstrated a commitment to the SGEA.

    Submit nominations (Letter of interest and CV) via email by March 11, 2024 to both Mariah Rudd, Special Projects Chair, mjrudd@carilionclinic.org, and John Luk, SGEA Steering Committee Past Chair, john.luk@austin.utexas.edu

      Thank you for your interest; we welcome your participation!