Executive nominations

Nominations for the 2024 – 2026 AALL Executive are open.

Would you like to lead a portfolio in Communications, Grants and Awards, Scholarship and Research, Professional Development, Conference planning, Website and Online presence or State and Territory liaison? Or perhaps assist in these portfolio areas?  These roles will serve members in navigating the opportunities and challenges before us, such as academic integrity, emerging technologies, Indigenous knowledges, student well-being and artificial intelligence.

We are excited about extending and creating new leadership roles on the executive that will continue to build, support, and promote a vibrant community of practitioners.

Please complete the form below by COB Friday 15 September 2023.

This form requires the details of:

  1. The nominee – the AALL member who is standing as a candidate for an AALL executive role
  2. Two nominators – the AALL members who endorse and second the nomination.

Please contact Rebekah Clarkson (AALL President) or Andrew Kelly (AALL Vice-President) if you have questions about these roles and opportunities.

Being involved with the AALL executive offers an incredible opportunity to build professional networks and better understand the complexities and nuances of working in this profession, both in Australia and globally. Representing members has been a privilege and there is so much more we can achieve.

Rebekah Clarkson, AALL President 2022 - 2024

AALL roles are voluntary, with executive members serving for two years. Refer to the AALL Constitution (sections 11 – 21) for details of roles and responsibilities of AALL members.

If you experience technical difficulties with the form, please contact Gail Heinrich.