We warmly invite nominations for the 2021-2023 AALL executive.
Are you an AALL member who would like to nominate yourself or another AALL member as a state or territory representative on the AALL executive (November 2021-2023)?
Please complete the form below by COB Friday 24 September 2021.
This form requires the details of:
- The nominee – the AALL member who is standing as a candidate for an AALL executive role
- Two nominators – the AALL members who endorse and second the nomination.
Two representatives from each state and territory serve on the executive. If there are more than two nominations from a state or territory, elections will be held in the first two weeks of October.
Do state and territory representatives also fill national roles?
Yes. Confirmed representatives also normally fill one or more national roles. You can see roles of the current executive on the AALL executive webpage and refer to the AALL Constitution (sections 11 to 21) for details of roles and responsibilities of AALL executive members. National roles are determined by the executive in November.
The AALL executive team plays a vital role in representing and supporting tertiary academic language and learning educators in Australia, and others with an active interest in the field. It has been an honour and a privilege to serve as president on the AALL executive.Siri Barrett-Lennard, AALL President 2020-2021
AALL roles are voluntary, with executive members serving for two years.