2024 Board of Representatives Election

This summer, ANCOR will conduct an election in which Full members in good standing in select states will be asked to vote for a candidate to serve a three-year term on the association’s Board of Representatives beginning October 1, 2024. This page includes information about the call for candidates to serve on the Board of Representatives and outlines the election procedures.

Call for Nominations

According to its Charter, the purpose of ANCOR’s Board of Representatives is to serve as a conduit for the exchange of information, ideas and concerns from representative states and ANCOR members.

Currently, Kentucky and Vermont do not have representation on the Board of Representatives. Therefore, we seek candidates interested in representing those states for a three-year term beginning October 1, 2024.

Additionally, several other states currently have at least one Representative, but at least one additional Representative may be eligible for election to serve on their state’s behalf. Therefore, if you are a Full member in good standing operating in a state other than Kentucky or Vermont, and you are interested in serving on the Board of Representatives, please email Robyn Wolfe to determine whether your state is eligible to elect an additional Representative.

The opportunity to help lead ANCOR is a notable personal and professional achievement. By serving on the ANCOR Board of Representatives, you can expect to contribute meaningfully to ANCOR’s understanding of the challenges and opportunities confronting community providers in your state. To learn more about the current composition of the Board of Representatives, meet our Representatives.

Required Commitment

Members of ANCOR’s Board of Representatives are expected to attend quarterly meetings, some of which are held virtually and some of which are held in person in conjunction with other ANCOR-hosted events, such as ANCOR Connect (typically in April or early May). Participation in in-person Board of Representatives meetings is not mandatory, but Representatives must cover all travel expenses associated with attending in-person meetings should they choose to participate.

To learn more about the responsibilities and expectations of members of the Board of Representatives, please review the 2020-2024 Board of Representatives Charter.

Eligibility Criteria

Per ANCOR’s Bylaws, interested individuals must be employed by an organization that is a Full member of the association in good standing.

Furthermore, the composition of the Board of Representatives should reflect the needs of leadership over a cross-section of demographic, service model, talent and expertise attributes. Additionally, no more than one employee of an organization may represent the same state on the Board of Directors at the same time. For additional information, including about ANCOR’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility (DEIA), read ANCOR’s diversity statement.

Election Timeline
  • June 18, 2024: Call for Nominations Opens
  • July 2, 2024: Call for Nominations Closes
  • August 5, 2024: Electronic Voting Begins
  • August 23, 2024: Electronic Voting Ends
  • Week of August 26, 2024: New Representatives Announced to Full Membership
  • October 1, 2024: Term Begins

How to Nominate

If you are interested in nominating yourself or someone else to serve as a Representative for a three-year term beginning October 1, 2024, please complete the Board of Representatives application no later than July 2, 2024.


If you have questions, contact Robyn Wolfe via email.