Selecting the next President-Elect
From March 15th to April 18th, the OMA will hold a non-binding referendum to select a nominee for the next OMA President-Elect. The results of this referendum will provide valuable info to Council delegates when they elect the President-Elect on May 5th, 2019, during the Spring Annual Meeting of Council. For the Notice of Nomination, click here.
I am running to be OMA President because I wish to lead a strong, effective physician organization, represent a united and engaged membership and assure a healthy physician workforce.
Dr. Rachel Forman - President-Elect Video Statement
I became active in the OMA 5 years ago, driven by the knowledge that we needed strong voices to effect change. We are not yet done. I am committed to ongoing progressive reform.
Dr. Samantha Hill President-Elect Video Statement
As a pediatrician working on the front lines every day, and also as President of the Pediatricians Alliance of Ontario, I have extensive experience dealing with politicians, bureaucrats and the media on important issues. I’ve learned how to collaborate, and I’ve learned how to lead.
Dr. Hirotaka Yamashiro President-Elect Video Statement
The President-Elect is an OMA board director. Additionally, the President-Elect is a member of the Executive Committee, which consists of the President, the President-Elect and the Board Chair. The President-Elect is a leadership position within the OMA who becomes the next President at the following year’s Spring AGM. The leadership responsibilities of the President-Elect include:
For further details please see the President-Elect job description.
Eligible candidates need to submit a completed nomination form, signed by 3 council delegates to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on April 2, 2019.
When the nomination has been validated, the candidate have the opportunity to submit a candidate statement, CV, photo and a short video. Templates can be found under “Related Resources”. See rules around content in the Notice of Nomination (item 1.1.2).
Hosted by Dr. Nadia Alam, the webcast candidate Q&A Town Hall for the President-Elect Non-Binding Referendum will take place on April 3rd from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm (EST). To pre-register for the event, please click on the following link:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
What you need to know:
Technical support for this event will be provided by Zoom. Please refer to their event registration page for additional information.
Primary duties and role of the OMA Board as a whole.
Duties, values, responsibilities, qualifications and time commitment requirements to be a Board Director.
Responsibilities, qualifications and time commitment requirements surrounding OMA District positions.
Timeline and Overview of the President-Elect Nominee Selection and Election Procedure.
This template may be used to submit candidate statement.
This template may be used to submit candidate CV.
The entire Notice of Nomination.
Candidates must be submit this form signed by 3 Council Delegates.
Primary duties and role of the Governance and Nominating Committee.
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