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Leadership


GFA Steering Committee

The GFA Steering Committee shall be responsible for the leadership and management of the affairs of the Group and approve all Committee appointments. The Committee shall consist of three officers, (Chair, Chair-Elect, Immediate Past Chair) and seven at-large members. In addition, liaisons may be appointed from other AAMC Groups and Councils with approval of the Steering Committee.


GFA Communications Subcommittee

This committee shall be responsible for disseminating information and news among members of the GFA and to the AAMC. The Communications Subcommittee will be chaired by the Chair-elect.


GFA Membership & Nominating Subcommittee

Led by the Immediate Past Chair, this committee shall be responsible for developing the GFA membership and proposing a slate of candidates for Steering Committee and at-large member positions to be presented to the general membership for election.


GFA Professional Development Subcommittee

This committee shall be responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating the educational and professional development programs for GFA members outside of the annual GFA Professional Development Conference.


GFA Program Planning Subcommittee

This committee shall be responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating the annual GFA Professional Development Conference.


GFA Research & Project Development Subcommittee

This committee shall oversee GFA collaborative projects, promote and coordinate scholarly activities with other AAMC Groups and Councils, and identify opportunities for fostering scholarship in faculty affairs.