ASRT Nomination Process

Call for Nominations

Each year ASRT members elect national officers for the ASRT Board of Directors and representatives for each chapter in the House of Delegates. The elected volunteers help lead the ASRT and set direction for the profession. Once a nomination has been submitted, the ASRT will contact the candidate and request an acceptance letter stating that he or she agrees to run for the position. Nominees can access the nomination forms at General Criteria and Forms.

Nomination FAQ

What ASRT positions are available for nomination?

Each year the ASRT conducts an open call for nominations for all chapter delegates and the Board of Directors positions of president-elect, vice president, secretary and treasurer. Nominations are the first step in the election process.

Who can submit a nomination?

Any ASRT member can submit a nomination. If you are not a member, you can join today.

What are the qualifications to run for these positions?

Nominees for a chapter delegate position must meet criteria set forth in the ASRT Bylaws. To qualify, you must meet the requirements of affiliate and ASRT leadership roles. For Board positions, the criteria vary.

What is an ASRT chapter?

Chapters are part of the governance function of the ASRT. Chapters provide members with an avenue to participate in modality- or specialty-specific initiatives and qualify as chapter representatives for the ASRT House of Delegates, the organization's governing body. Delegates are responsible for approving the ASRT Bylaws, position statements and Practice Standards for Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy.

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