Application Deadline – April 22, 2020
The Heart Failure Society of America is YOUR association, and we’d love for you to get involved! Volunteering at HFSA helps you develop professionally, facilitates networking with other heart failure leaders, and will positively impact the heart failure field. Plus, it’s fun and rewarding!
Volunteer opportunities include serving on a committee or task force, becoming a member of the Board of Directors, participating in panels with the government and corporate community, and a wide range of speaking opportunities.
You are encouraged to apply for positions on the Board of Directors and HFSA committees.
Open positions on the Board of Directors include:
- Board Member (4 positions open)
There are committee positions open on all of HFSA committees for the 2020-2022 term (committee members are selected for a one-year term, with eligibility for a second one-year term for a total of two years):
- Advocacy Committee
- ASM Program Committee
- Audit Committee
- Communications Committee
- Development Committee
- Early Career Committee
- Education Committee
- International Relations Committee
- Leadership Recruitment Committee
- Lifetime Achievement Award Committee
- Membership Committee
- Nursing Committee
- Patient Committee
- Publications and Scientific Statements Committee
- Research Committee
For the specific charges for these committees, please go here. If you are interest in learning more about the criteria and qualities that the HFSA leadership is seeking with our volunteers, please check our HFSA Volunteer Profile.
Please click on the link below to access our new online committee application process. The online application process will allow you to provide basic information and upload your bio, CV or LinkedIn page.
The deadline to submit applications is April 22, 2020.
All applications will be reviewed by the HFSA Leadership Recruitment Committee (LRC). The LRC will make recommendations for appointments to the HFSA Board of Directors, who will make final decisions on appointments.
Thank you for being a member of the Heart Failure Society of America!