Election of Leadership

The 2024 ACHA Election begins in March!

The election will conclude in April.

Your Vote Matters

When you vote in the ACHA election, you are choosing leaders who will advocate for you and the health and wellness of campus communities. The ACHA Board of Directors and Section Leadership play a critical role in helping shape the future of the association and the field of college health and wellness. By voting, members can ensure that ACHA has leaders with the skills and abilities to fulfill our organizational goals and strategic priorities.

Important Updates Regarding Your Ballot

The election will be conducted using the same secure Qualtrics platform that is used for many ACHA surveys. Members eligible to vote in the election will receive an email containing a unique link to their ballot. This link can be used only by the person to whom it was sent. We recommend doing the following prior to the start of the election in March:

  1. Log in to your member profile.
  2. Make sure your email address is up to date. The email address listed in your profile is where your ballot link will be sent.
  3. This step must be done by March 15: On your member profile page  in the "My preferences" tab, select your primary section and click "save". Members may join more than one section but can vote for leaders only in their primary section.

Only current, eligible members whose 2024 dues have been received by ACHA by February 23, 2024, are able to vote in ACHA's 2024 national election. Note: under the new membership model, all 2023 individual members at an institutional member school will be automatically renewed for 2024 when their school renews. Check to see if your school is a current member.

For more information, including who is eligible to vote, see the Election FAQs

2024-2025/2026 Slate of Candidates

ACHA is pleased to present the following slate of candidates for the National Election:

The election will be conducted March through April, 2024. Members who are eligible to vote* will receive an email with a unique link to the election ballot.

Detailed information about the candidates will be available at election time. Election results will be announced by email. The new officers of the association, regional representatives, and section officers assume their office at the end of the Assembly of Representatives, which typically occurs at the Annual Meeting.

*According to the ACHA Bylaws, Regular Individual Members and Student Members are eligible to vote for Officers of the Association.

Regular Individual Members and Student Members are eligible to vote for the Board Regional Representative within their region.

Emeritus Members have privileges of the class of membership to which they belonged prior to becoming emeritus, and thus may vote accordingly.

For section elections, Regular Individual Members are eligible to vote for the Section Officers within their primary section. Student Members are only eligible to vote and hold office in the Student/Consumer section. The Student/Consumer section officer elections will take place separately from the election for association officers, regional representatives, and other section leaders.

Candidates for Officers of the Association

For 2024-2025 President-Elect:


Joel Schwartzkopf, MPAS, MBA, FACHE
Executive Director, Hall Health Center
University of Washington – Seattle

For 2024-2026 Treasurer:


Alisa Kates, MHA, MEd
Director of Operations, CSU Health Network  
Colorado State University – Fort Collins
 

Candidates for Regional Representatives to the Board of Directors

For 2024-2026 Region I Representative:


Erica Bumpurs, MS

Executive Director Health and Wellbeing
Sam Houston State University

For 2024-2026 Region III Representative:


Courtney B. Holzheimer, DNP, FNP
Nurse Practitioner
Case Western Reserve University

Brenda Masiga-Crowell, DNP, MBA, RN, CNL
Senior Director, Student Health Center
Purdue University

For 2024-2026 Region V Representative:


Padma A. Entsuah, MPH, CHES
Director, Well-Being and Health Promotion
Columbia University


Looking for ways to make a real difference?

Consider running for election next year or checking with your section leadership for any open positions. As a member, your engagement has a meaningful impact in ACHA and in college health and wellness!