PRMIA Board of Directors Nominations Open

The PRMIA community is invited to nominate future board members to enliven, refresh, grow, and improve service to the community and our important mission.
We believe in the value of volunteer organizations to advance careers, maintain practice competency, and uphold ethical standards. Serving in leadership to be part of these important functions is both personally and professionally rewarding.
The 2019 PRMIA Board nominations process is now open for submissions through September 6. The PRMIA Board of Directors has documented the qualities that will support our dynamic strategy and guide Nominating Committee candidate endorsements. We seek candidates who can extend Board capabilities and fervently drive our strategic objectives of increasing value to members and the broader community.
The Nominating Committee has created a resources page to explain service on a non-profit Board and the qualities we seek in candidates. Please visit The Committee will focus on these qualities and those demonstrating ability to help us meet our strategy.
Nominations Process
Interested candidates may nominate themselves, or members of the community may nominate someone. The Nominating Committee reviews nominations to define the ballot. Additionally, individuals may have themselves added to the ballot through a different petition process (see bylaws link on the resources page).

Place a nomination now

We thank you in advance for your participation in our community and governance process. Please direct inquiries about the process to Kraig Conrad ( and Kristin Lucas (


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