You are encouraged to vote and let your voice be heard!
The 2019 American Academy of Audiology election of new board members opened April 8, 2019, and runs through May 10, 2019.
All Fellow members with an electronic address in the membership database will be sent an e-mail linking them to our election website. Please note the election website is separate from the Academy website. The link you receive in the e-mail is unique and can only be used by the member receiving the e-mail. Once used, the unique link is disabled. It is anticipated that the new board members and the new president-elect will be announced by June 2019.
One of the nominees for president-elect will be elected by the general membership to serve a three-year term (one year as president-elect, one year as president, and one year as past president) beginning October 1, 2019, and ending September 30, 2022.
Three of the candidates for the member-at-large positions will be elected by the general membership to serve a three-year term, beginning in October 1, 2019, and ending September 30, 2022.
As you prepare to cast your votes on the slate listed below, please take time to read the candidate profiles through the link with each name. Candidates have taken time to provide important information about their experience and many also have included a brief video. We encourage you to learn more about the candidates before making your selection.
- Shilpi Banerjee, PhD
- Angela Shoup, PhD
- Jamie Bogle, AuD, PhD
- Joshua Huppert, AuD
- Lindsey Jorgensen, AuD, PhD
- Kaitlyn M. Kennedy, AuD
- Steven G. Madix, PhD
- Devon Weist, AuD
Voting for the leadership of the Academy is an important privilege of membership for Fellows of the American Academy of Audiology. If you have not received your personalized email with instructions to vote, please contact the Academy Staff.
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