About the Council
The Council was established in accordance with Section 7.01 of the Academy’s bylaws. Each member of the Council represents either a state or subspecialty society. The state and subspecialty/specialized interest sections meet concurrently at both the Council’s spring and fall meetings. Councilors also meet in nine smaller, regional groups.
Academy members are welcome and encouraged to attend Council meetings.
Council Advisory Recommendations
The success of the Academy’s Council depends on your work to involve your respective constituents. The CAR process provides the best way to bring new ideas and member concerns to the attention of the Academy’s Board of Trustees.
Each society on the council must submit two reports a year. The Semiannual reports will be provided in the Summer and Fall Council Newsletters.