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    Become a Leader: Now Accepting Applications for Leadership Positions?

    The NFPGA leadership team recently participated in the Super Regionals held in Houston, Texas. This event allows those running for National Secretary to present their strategic ideas and engage with delegates. Every candidate shared a profound commitment to service and an unwavering desire to better the PGA of America.

    – Are you passionate about the PGA and Leadership?

    – Do you want to help make the Section or your Chapter better?

    If you answered yes, we invite you to become a Section and Chapter Leadership candidate.  This leadership journey won’t be just personally gratifying; it’s a chance to make meaningful contributions. Moreover, stepping into leadership roles provides professional development and widens your network circle.  Click for Candidate Application

    Election for the following positions will be held June 5-7 by digital ballot, and results will be announced at the NFPGA Annual Meeting on June 10.

    • Section Secretary
    • Section Tournament Chair
    • East Central Chapter Secretary
    • Northern Chapter Secretary
    • West Central Chapter Secretary

    Here are the steps to becoming a candidate.

    1. Complete the Leadership Application (complete by April 10 @ 5 pm)
    2. Attend the Candidate Meeting (April 12 @ 3 pm, virtual)
    3. Make a Campaign Video (submit by May 10 @ 5 pm)
    4. Participate in the Candidate Forum on May 30 @ 5 pm, virtually)

    Election Timeline
    April 10 – Candidate Applications Close
    April 17 – Candidates Announced
    April 17-22 – Meet the Candidate emails sent
    May 20 – Candidate Videos Published
    May 30 – Candidate Forum (streamed live and recorded)
    June 5 – Voting Opens (digital ballot)
    June 7 – Voting Closes
    June 10 – Results announced at NFPGA Annual Meeting