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Nominating Committee

The job of the Nominating Committee is to prepare a slate of names for each office to be filled. Nominating Committee members are usually individuals who have been active in FPTA activities and as such, know a fair number of members who can be recruited to run for office in the association. More information about the Committee can be found in the Bylaws, Article VIII. Committees, Section 2. Nominating Committee.

The Nominating Committee is made up of three active or life members in good standing, elected each year by the general membership at the Fall conference. The Committee will meet and review nominees and prepare a slate of officers for election according to published deadlines and timetables.  The committee has revised the Nominations and Elections Committee Manual

Campaign Policy Guidelines

Download and review the FPTA Election Campaign Guidelines for Candidates at this link (pdf).


Chair: Kevin Lulofs-MacPherson (NO District) 2015

Sandy Davis (NO District) 2016

Leiselle Pilgrim (SE District) 2017

In odd years, the following positions are open for nomination:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Director at Large (2 positions)
  • PTA Caucus Representative
  • PTA Caucus Representative Alternate
  • Nominating Committee member
  • Delegates to the House of Delegates

 In even years, the following positions are open for nomination:

  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Director at Large (1 position)
  • Speaker of the Assembly
  • Vice Speaker of the Assembly
  • Chief Delegate
  • PTA Director
  • Nominating Committee member
  • Delegates to the House of Delegates 




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