• AAFP Foundation Board of Trustees

    The Board of Trustees has the responsibility of maintaining a proper balance among the interests of members, staff and the general public. Trustees are expected to attend meetings and take part in the decision-making process. It is the duty of the Trustees to keep themselves informed on programs of the Foundation, to study materials that are distributed to them and to exercise basic, sound judgment in arriving at decisions.

    The AAFP Foundation Board of Trustees consists of the following 22 members:

    • Foundation Officers (President, President-elect, Vice President, Treasurer) elected for a one-year term of office
    • One At-large Trustee elected for 3-year terms
    • One Chapter Trustee elected for 3-year terms
    • Three Corporate Trustees elected for 3-year terms
    • Four Physician Trustees elected for 3-year terms
    • Three Public Trustees elected for 3-year terms
    • Two Academy Trustees elected for one-year, renewable terms
    • The Executive Vice President of the AAFP (Ex-officio, voting)
    • The Executive Director of the AAFP Foundation & Secretary (Ex-officio, non-voting)
    • The Resident Trustee elected for a one-year, renewable term
    • The Student Trustee elected for a one-year, renewable term

    If you're interested in applying for an AAFP Foundation Board of Trustees position, contact Kesha Whitley at (913) 906-6000, ext. 6036.

     

    Center for the History of Family Medicine Board of Curators

    The Board of Curators for the Center for the History of Family Medicine (CHFM) advises the AAFP Foundation on the overall planning and administration of the History Center and recommends to the AAFP Foundation's Board of Trustees policy governing the scope of the History Center and access to its collections.

    The Board of Curators will be accepting applications for one at-large position beginning August 1 to September 8. The criteria for nomination form outlines the requirements for the at-large position. Please note that self-nomination forms are accepted.  If you have additional questions about volunteering as a member of the CHFM Board of Curators, please contact Crystal Bauer at (800)274-2237, ext. 4420.

     

    Family Medicine Philanthropic Consortium Steering Committee or Voting Representative

    The Family Medicine Philanthropic Consortium (FMPC) is a collaborative program of the American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation and the Constituent Chapters and Chapter Foundations of the American Academy of Family Physicians. The FMPC is governed by an 11-member Steering Committee(1 page PDF) that serves in a leadership and advisory capacity to the FMPC, in collaboration with the voting representatives(1 page PDF). Steering Committee members are elected to a three-year term, which will begin on January 1, 2022. There are four seats to be filled