AMTA Maine Chapter Elections and Positions 2020

AMTA Maine Chapter Elections 2021 TBA

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The American Massage Therapy Association – Maine Chapter is looking for candidates to fill the following positions on the local Chapter Board:

President – Anita DeVito 2022 2-year term

Financial Administrator -Pamela Litchfield-2021- 1-year term

Board Member-Louisa Abarno- 2-year term

Secretary – Alex Rheault-2022- 2-year term

Chapter Delegate to the National Assembly -Jessie Greenaum-2021- 2-year term

 

 

Chapter President 2-Year Term 
(2020-2022)
Leadership Opportunity
The Chapter President sets the direction and pace of the Chapter’s activities based on the vision that has been determined by the membership, board and other Chapter officers.
Chapter Board Member 2- Year Term
(2020-2022)

The Chapter Board Member will assist the Chapter President in achieving Chapter goals and implementing the decisions made by the Chapter Board. The Board Member works most closely with all Chapter Board Members and appointees, and the National AMTA staff. Chapter Board Members also communicate with the Chapter members, the Chapter Relations Committee and/or other National Volunteers as appropriate.

Chapter Financial Administrator  1 Year Term 
(2020-2021)*

The Chapter Financial Administrator supports the financial operations of the Chapter. They are accountable to the Chapter Board, Chapter members and AMTA National Board by virtue of election.

The Chapter FA works most closely with Chapter Board members and appointees, and the National AMTA staff. They also communicate with Chapter members, the Chapter Relations Committee and Finance staff and/or other National volunteers.
Chapter Secretary 2-Year Term
(2020-2022)

The Chapter Secretary is the official keeper of the Chapter records and is responsible for recording, maintaining and updating these records during their term of office. The Secretary works most closely with Board Members and appointees and the National AMTA staff. They also communicate with Chapter Members, other Chapter Secretaries, the Chapter Relations Committee and/or other National Volunteers as appropriate.

Chapter Delegate for Assembly of Delegates 2-Year Term
(2020-2022)

The Delegate represents the massage therapy profession in the Assembly of Delegates (AOD) and related activities as they pertain to the profession in their state.

Applicants for the position of Delegate should be encouraged to consider the following questions when choosing to become a candidate for the position.

What is the context of health and wellness in my state?
What are the things that are impacting massage therapy in my state? Including but not limited to:

  • Education requirements
  • Regulation
  • Continuing education
  • Cultural issues
  • Socio-economics
  • Diversity
  • Employment practices
Here is the full Position Description