Monday June 7, 2021
Volunteers play a critical role in fulfilling ASHHRA's mission and vision.
All members are encouraged to explore the many ways to make a difference and build their own leadership skills.
From committees to thought leadership to the board, ASHHRA offers members key content-sharing, decision-making and strategic planning roles for the organization, giving members an opportunity to accelerate their leadership potential.
Share Your Expertise
ASHHRA offers writing and speaking opportunities to share your expertise, advance the field and build your reputation.
Call for Abstracts
The ASHHRA22 Call for Abstracts is your opportunity to submit your proposal to be considered for a learning session presentation. We are looking for emerging, solution-driven and thought provoking content relevant for human resources professionals in healthcare. The ASHHRA22 Call for Abstracts is open until Friday, Dec. 10.
Write an article to HR Pulse Magazine
Present an ASHHRA Webinar
Collaborate and Create
ASHHRA’s programs, products and services are driven by member volunteers who dedicate their time on ASHHRA committees and task forces. These vital groups are charged by the ASHHRA Board to drive development and launch signature programs and new resources for the membership and health care HR field.
Committee assignments are made by the incoming board president in the fall for the following year. Committee assignments are for two-year terms.
- Advocacy Committee
- Annual Conference Education Committee (ACEC)
- Business Partner Advisory Committee
- Member Relations Committee
- Learning and Education Committee (L&EC)
- Region and Chapter Relations Committee
The ASHHRA Board of Directors dedicate their time and expertise to the strategic direction of the society. They are committed to working together to evaluate current needs, pressing trends and envisioning a future that aligns with the society’s mission.
Those interested in running for a position on the board may submit their applications during the Official Call period and will be considered by the Nominating Committee. Board assignments are for two- or three-year terms, depending on the position.