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Can you help lead the BAC by joining the Executive?

There are nine seats available on the BAC Executive at the AGM 2023 on Wednesday 15th November 2023 12pm to 1.30pm.

The Executive is bound by the aims and objectives of the BAC constitution and is responsible for setting the strategic direction of the Association.

What does it mean to be on the BAC Executive?

Read the latest BAC blog from the BAC President Mrs Alison Cropper and Treasurer Dr Kay Ellis who discuss time commitments and contributing their knowledge to cytopathology.

Who can stand as Executive members?

The individual will need to be a BAC member and be nominated by another member of the BAC.

You will require diplomacy and the ability to fully understand BAC policy and discuss confidential issues with a broad outlook of the profession.

Time commitments

As an Executive committee member, you will need to attend a minimum of 3 committee meetings per annum, with the Executive currently meeting both in-person and via video conferencing. You will be expected to join one of the sub-committees or working groups in areas such as education, events planning, diagnostic cytology, and research & development.

There is no payment for work undertaken as a member of the Executive although reasonable expenses are reimbursed.

A vote will be required if there are more than nine nominations. All nominations will require approval at the AGM.

The nomination form is downloadable and should be returned by email to the BAC officer by no later than 31st July 2023

BAC Executive Nomination Form 2023