​Members : please recruit your FAET members/coworkers to consider running for a position ~ thanks

Get Involved !

Want to become more involved and support FAET? Please consider running for a position on the

Board of Directors in the upcoming elections.

What does the Board do?

The Board of Directors manages the Association and all of its interests and affairs. It also sets the Association's direction, goals and priorities. Board members communicate during the year by email and conference calls. There are two Board meetings a year, one of which is at the annual conference.

Why should you become a Board member?

It helps you get more involved in your organization.
It is a great way to network with other ET/WOC nurses in the state.
You can use it for recertification through PGP.
FAET provides reimbursement for Officers and Board members as below

  • President, VP, Secretary, Treasurer, Education, Membership,
  • Media (Newsletter), Nominations Chair
  •  Hotel room for Board Meeting & to attend Conference
  • FAET Conference Fee
  • Mileage to attend Board Meetings at IRS approved rate 

How long will I have to serve?

The term of each position is two (2) years with a two (2) term limit.

How do I get nominated?

If you want to run for a position, or have any questions: Please notify the Chairperson of the nominations committee (email listed below). If you want to nominate someone, send their name also. All nominees must have been a member of FAET for at least one (1) year immediately prior to election.



The president is the Chairman of the Board and presides at all meetings of the board of directors and at all meetings of the Members and as the chief executive officer of the Association is responsible for the Association's management and has the full authority to conduct the business of the Association and the responsibility to ensure that requirements by law are met by the appropriate officer, and that all officers of the association fulfill their duties. The President reports to the Board of Directors.
Vice President: 

The Vice President shall become President of the Association with all associated duties, rights, privileges, and powers in the event that the President is unable to perform his or her duties. The Vice President shall perform such duties as may be delegated by the President. The Vice President will solicit scholarship applications and present candidates to the board at the Spring board meeting; scholarships are announced at the spring conference. The vice president will also arrange for member's 5, 10, 15 etc. anniversary awards and token gifts for presentation at annual conference.


Please consider serving as a Board member! 
Send your nominations to any of the Nominations

Committee Members

Teri Robinson

Jean Neptune & Carolyn Hewitt

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