Thank you for voting!
Thank you to everyone who participated in this year's election. Our elected leaders play an important role in guiding the midwifery profession in 2015 and beyond. All terms of office will begin at the upcoming ACNM 60th Annual Meeting, when they will join currently serving members of the ACNM Board of Directors and Nominating Committee. Learn more about our newly elected officers in the upcoming Spring issue of Quickening.
All 2015 candidates for ACNM office
Your votes have been tallied! Thank you to all of our candidates for their willingness to serve ACNM in these roles, and to the 2015 Nominating Committee for their work to create this year's ballot!
Candidates for President-elect
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Lisa Kane Low, CNM, PhD, FACNM, FAAN - ELECTED
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Candidates for Secretary
Maura Larkin, CNM, LM, MSN
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Stephanie Tillman, CNM, MSN - ELECTED
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Candidates for Region II Representative
Carolyn Gegor, CNM, MS, FACNM
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Mairi Breen Rothman, CNM, MSN - ELECTED
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Candidates for Region V Representative
Cara Busenhart, CNM, PhD, APRN
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Lynne Himmelreich, CNM, MPH, FACNM - ELECTED
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Nominating Committee Candidates
Voting ACNM members elect 2 members of the Nominating Committee, which helps shape the future of ACNM by selecting candidates for ACNM Board of Directors office. The 2 elected candidates will serve 3-year terms. Check out this helpful FAQ about the Nominating Committee and the elections process.
Sound off: Vote on Bylaws revisions
The ACNM Bylaws are the rules that govern how we run our organization. They are reviewed every 5 years -- the last review brought ACNM both the affiliate structure and the President-elect position on the Board of Directors. The Bylaws Committee worked diligently to prepare this revision to present to the membership; the review process included gathering feedback from ACNM leadership, staff, legal, and all members of ACNM.
In conjunction with the election in 2015, ACNM members were asked to vote for approval of a revised bylaws document. Read more about the process and see the full proposed documents on the ACNM Bylaws page.