The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)® is seeking NCCAOM Diplomates who possess a commitment to the growth of integrative medicine, with specific interest in certification and credentialing, to serve as practitioner members of the Board of Commissioners.
NCCAOM is seeking individuals who are currently certified with the NCCAOM in good standing, demonstrate leadership skills, and have one or more of the following skills or expertise:
- Facilitation of group discussion to reach consensus
- Previous engagement in strategic planning activities
- Experience with financial oversight of a nonprofit board
- Experience implementing or knowledge in the development of healthcare policies including creating position statements
- Serve as a practitioner in an integrative healthcare practice setting
- Previous experience serving on a state licensing board
- Previous service as an officer on a non-profit or for-profit Board of Directors.
NCCAOM Professional Member Commissioners serve a term of three years and act as agents of NCCAOM with the following responsibilities:
- Attend three face-to-face, three-day Board of Commissioners meetings annually, at various locations throughout the U.S.
- Demonstrate knowledge of and support for NCCAOM certification standards and policies.
- Serve on at least two standing committees (may involve reimbursed travel once per year).
- Participate in CEO, self, peer-to-peer assessments and overall board assessments.
After completing the Board orientation and becoming familiar with NCCAOM standards and policies and procedures, the estimated monthly time commitment of a commissioner is ten hours per month.
Please contact Dr. Kory Ward-Cook, CEO NCCAOM® at [email protected] or her assistant Melissa Dow at [email protected] to receive an application or to obtain more information.