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2019 Board Elections
Call for Nominations for Directors


iHEA will hold elections in October-November for members of the Board of Directors. For the coming four-year term for Board Directors, beginning January 1st 2019, there are three (3) vacant board positions for Directors to be elected by the membership.

More details on the Board composition and changes in the last year to improve iHEA governance can be found here and the iHEA Bylaws can be seen here.

Interested members of iHEA who are willing to contribute to the running and further development of the association are encouraged to express their interest by sending their CV and a letter of motivation, which should include information on how the nominee meets the iHEA Bylaws’ criteria indicated below. iHEA particularly encourages expressions of interest from women to promote gender diversity on the Board. A Nominating Committee will oversee that candidates fulfill the following criteria specified in iHEA’s Bylaws:

Candidates for Director should be:

  • an economist working on health and health care, and
  • an iHEA member for at least the previous 2 years.


Please send expression of interest to before September 28. If you would like any further information, please contact the iHEA Executive Director at

In the first half of October, the Nominating Committee will review all expressions of interest and their recommendations will be considered by the iHEA Board. All those who have expressed their interest will receive feedback from the Nominating Committee. Candidates for election will be provided with an opportunity to prepare an election statement and related material that will be uploaded onto the iHEA website. Opportunities for members to engage with the candidates will be provided in the first half of November and voting will take place between 19-28 November.

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