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About GFA

GFA Membership

The dean of each member medical school and CEO of each member teaching hospital may appoint to the GFA one or more persons from the faculty and staff who have administrative roles in faculty affairs and faculty development. Examples of eligible roles include: appointment, promotion and tenure oversight, faculty rewards and recognition, leadership and career development programs, mentoring programs, faculty recruitment, retention and diversity initiatives.

Where more than one person is appointed from an institution, a primary representative should be designated to receive and respond to formal GFA correspondence.

All GFA members shall have the privileges of the floor in all discussions and be entitled to vote.

GFA Member Engagement

Discover ways you can become involved with the Group on Faculty Affairs

GFA New Member Mentoring Program

A year-long program where new GFA members can engage with colleagues and learn about the GFA, the AAMC and its resources

Join the GFA

To become a GFA member:

1. Simply send an email requesting membership to Valarie Clark, MPA at Please include your name, title, and institution.

2. Ms. Clark will email your institution’s dean/hospital CEO and primary GFA representative to approve you as a new member.

3. Please note, the primary representative may approve new members on behalf of the Dean or CEO with his or her permission.

4. Once Ms. Clark receives approval, a welcome packet will be sent via email.

Categories of Membership:

Primary GFA Representatives– one per AAMC member medical school or teaching hospital – designated by the Dean of the school or CEO of the hospital.

Additional GFA Representatives– faculty members whose work is directly connected to Faculty Affairs and/or Faculty Development.

Professional Administrative Staff GFA Representatives – medical school or teaching hospital staff members (not faculty members) whose work is directly connected to Faculty Affairs and/or Faculty Development.

Friends of the GFA

People who are interested in the Faculty Affairs and/or Faculty Development work (may not have a medical school/teaching hospital affiliation) should contact Valarie Clark at

My AAMC Affinity Groups

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