We are looking for our next chapter leader for 2024!

The President-elect shall have authority as and assume the full duties of the President in case of his/her absence. The President-elect shall, in most cases, succeed the President in the leadership track.

Specific duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Become acquainted with all the duties of the President and other officers
  • Be familiar with the chapter’s bylaws and operating procedures
  • Be familiar with the duties of all committees
  • Perform duties as assigned by the President

This is a 3 year commitment on the Greater Cincinnati’s working board – one year as President Elect, one year as President, and one year as Past President. Preference will be given to applicants who are currently serving on the board and/or a committee. Volunteerism at a global level will be an important factor for those who do not currently serve on a board and/or a committee.

    Service to AFP: Please list your chapter and AFP Global activities with dates of service i.e. Board Position; Chapter and/or Global Committee Service; attended AFP ICON, AFP ICON Virtual or AFP LEAD.

    AFP is committed to diversity as an ongoing proactive process in its governance, chapters, committees, membership, programs and activities. AFP strives to attract, retain, accommodate, and involve a range of diverse people who are valued, accepted, and comfortable at the global, national, regional or local chapter level.

    AFP defines diversity as a core value. It is an inclusive concept encompassing, without limitation, race, color, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation or identity; religion, nationality, age, economic class, educational level, language, physical, mobility and ability, geography, and marital and parental status. The state of being diverse means having the broadest possible representation of individuals, experiences, and perspectives in all-encompassing terms.

    AFP does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or expression. In order to track the effectiveness of our recruiting efforts and ensure we consider the needs of all our members and volunteers, please consider answering the following optional questions. Submission of this information is voluntary and refusal to provide it will not subject you to any adverse treatment. Responses will remain confidential and will be used only for reporting. When reported, data will not identify any specific individuals.

    FemaleMaleNon-binary third-genderPrefer not to say

    What is your age?
    Under 2525-3435-4445-5455-6465 and olderPrefer not to answer

    What is your main ethnic background? check all that apply
    Aboriginal peopleNorth American IndianAfrican American-BlackAlaskan NativeArabAsianCaribbeanCaucasian-WhiteHawaiianHispanic-LatinoLatin AmericanMulti-EthnicPacific IslanderSamoanSouth Asian e.g. East Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, etc.Southeast Asian e.g. Vietnamese, Cambodian, Malaysian, Laotian, etc.West Asian e.g. Iranian, Afghan, etc.Prefer not to answer

    What is your Sexual Orientation?
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    What is the highest level of education you have attained in formal schooling?
    High SchoolAssociate degreeBaccalaureate degreeMaster’s degreePost-graduate workLaw degreeSome college work no degreeSome graduate work no degreeMBADoctoral degreePrefer not to answer

    Do you consider yourself a member of an AFP affinity group? Check all that apply
    African AmericanAnimal WelfareArts-CulturalAsianAssociation FoundationsConsultingEducationFaith-BasedFood BanksFrancophoneLGBTHealthHispanicInternationalJewishPublic Radio-TVRuralSmall NonprofitsSpecial EventsYoung ProfessionalsYouth in PhilanthropyZoos-AquariumsNot ApplicablePrefer not to answer