Call for Leaders: 2021 LMA Midwest Regional Governing Board

The regional nominating committees have begun the process of determining the slate of candidates to fill the regional governing board positions. LMA members will ratify the regional governing board slates in September, and new board members will begin their service as of January 1, 2021. The LMA Midwest Regional Nominating Committee is seeking to fill the following voting regional governing board positions:

  • President-elect (3-year commitment: President-elect in 2021, President in 2022, Immediate Past President in 2023)
  • Treasurer-elect (2-year commitment: Treasurer-elect in 2021, Treasurer in 2022)
  • Two Directors at Large (2-year commitment)Eligible members are invited to express their interest in serving on the regional governing board (i.e., self-nominate), or nominate others for service by viewing the submission survey and filling out information for a referral candidate. 


Each nominee must have been a member of LMA for at least one year at the time of nomination. A candidate must be a member in good standing (i.e., dues must be current). A candidate must have the approval of employer, if applicable, to participate in board service. No individual may serve on more than one LMA board (international, regional or local steering committee) at any one time. A candidate may only apply to one regional governing board.

Next Steps

To begin the regional governing board nominating process, please review the above regional eligibility criteria. If you satisfy the criteria for this nomination, please visit our website for a link to the expression of interest form. Expressions of Interest for all regional governing board positions are due by 5:00 p.m. CT on Monday, August 3. LMA Midwest Regional Nominating Committee will verify eligibility, interview candidates and references, and put forth a slate for ratification by the membership. If you have questions, please contact LMA’s Operations Manager, Ashley Stenger, or the LMA Midwest Nominating Committee Chair, John Byrne