Acadmy Programs: Academy Nominations and Elections
Access a downloadable listing of the candidates including affiliation and DPG/MIG membership.
Candidates must campaign in accordance with the Campaign Rules and in a positive manner, never disparaging or offering negative comments about other candidates. Campaigning must conform to Academy’s Code of Ethics. Candidates must let their work speak for itself and not compare or discuss other individuals in campaign materials. Candidates are encouraged to take the Academy’s Pledge of Professional Civility Guiding Principles. Candidates must demonstrate positive, productive engagement with the Academy community. Candidates and Academy members will be held accountable for adhering to the rules.
Candidates are encouraged to be creative and innovative in the development and distribution of campaign materials. Candidates may use personal social media channels to generate enthusiasm about voting in the Academy elections and to campaign for their own election in accordance with these Rules.
Once campaigning officially begins, candidates are encouraged to disseminate their campaign materials and opinions on professional issues so voters can differentiate among the candidates and fully understand their positions. Candidates should promote their qualifications, highlight their accomplishments in an open, honest manner and give members reasons to vote.
December 10 Webinar: Academy National Campaign Rules
Project Vote is an incentive program to help DPGs, MIGs and Affiliates engage with the Academy’s nominations and elections. DPG, MIGS and affiliates are grouped by membership into categories. The group with the highest percentage of voters in that category will receive a free registration to FNCE® each year.
View the 2019 Project Vote categories. During the election, keep track of your affiliate's voting statistics.
The Academy will again host Project vote for the 2020 election. Keep your eye out for information as the election gets closer.
View previous year, voting statistics.