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Trustee Candidates

Two candidates, who are Fellows of the College are selected each year from each of the three membership interest areas (Basic & Applied Science, Education & Allied Health and Medicine). One candidate, who is a Fellow of the College is selected from each of the following areas: Health Equity/Diversity/Inclusion, International, Regional Chapter and Student.  All elected trustees serve a three-year term on the Board of Trustees except for the Student who has a term of two years.

Barry Braun

Barry Braun, Ph.D., FACSM

Professor and Department Head
Health and Exercise Science
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO

  • Please list your previous service to ACSM?

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including association, companies, philanthropies and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play and advisory, consulting or leadership role.


Bustamante

Eduardo Esteban Bustamante, Ph.D., FACSM

Assistant Professor
University of Illinois at Chicago
Department of Kinesiology and Nutrition
Chicago, IL

  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


 Peter Katzmarzyk

Peter Katzmarzyk, Ph.D., FACSM

Professor and Associate Executive Director
for Population and Public Health Sciences
Pennington Biomedical Research Center
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA

  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


Mary Yoke

Mary Yoke, Ph.D., FACSM

Faculty
Department of Kinesiology
School of Health and Human Sciences
Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis
Department of Applied Health Science
School of Public Health
Indiana University Bloomington
Bloomington, IN

  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


 Carol Kennedy-Armbruster

Carol Kennedy-Armbruster, Ph.D.,  FACSM

Senior Lecturer
Indiana University/Bloomington
Department of Kinesiology
School of Public Health
Bloomington, IN

  • Please list your previous service with ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


 Lynn Millar

A. Lynn Millar, Ph.D., P.T., FACSM

Chair and Professor
Winston-Salem State University
Department of Physical Therapy
Winston-Salem, NC

  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


Peter Ronai

Peter Ronai, M.S., FACSM. RCEP, ACSM-EP, EIM 111

Clinical Professor/Clinical Exercise Physiologist
Sacred Heart University
College of Health Professions/Exercise Science
Fairfield, CT

  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


Benjamin Thompson

Benjamin Thompson, Ph.D., FACSM, ACSM-EP

Professor of Exercise Science
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Department of Human Performance & Sport
Denver, CO

  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role


 John Hatzenbeuhler

John Hatzenbuehler, M.D., FACSM

Family Medicine
Wood River Family Medicine
Sun Valley Sports Medicine
Ketchum, ID

  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


Margo Mountjoy

Margo Mountjoy, M.D., Ph.D., FACSM

Sports Medicine Clinician Scientist
IOC Medical Commission-Games Group
WADA-Health Medicine and Research Committee
FINA Sports Medicine
Professor + Regional Assistant Dean-
McMaster University
CANADA

  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


David Olson

David Olson, M.D., FACSM

Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician
University of Minnesota Athletics
Minnesota Vikings and Twins
Twin Cities Orthopedics
University of Minnesota
Primary Care Sports Medicine
Family Medicine
Minneapolis, MN

  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


Pam Peeke

Pamela Peeke, M.D., M.P.H., FACSM

Pew Foundation Scholar
Assistant Professor of Medicine
University of Maryland
Department of Family Practice
Baltimore, MD
Thought Leader, Institute of Coaching
Harvard University, Boston, MA
Washington Wizards
Senior Olympics

  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


Jerry Brandon

Jerry Brandon, Ph.D.,  FACSM

Professor
Georgia State University
Department of Kinesiology 
& Health
Atlanta, GA

  • List your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how will I make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting or leadership role.


Erica Taylor

Erica Taylor, Ph.D., FACSM

Associate Dean for Health Professions
Columbus State University
College of Education and Health Professions
Columbus, GA

  • Please list your previous service to ACSM?

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


Jorge Franchella

Jorge Franchella, M.D., FACSM

School of Medicine
University of Buenos Aires
Professor Sport Medicine
Specialist Course
Chair of PA Program
Hospital de Clinicas
Director of EIM Argentina
ARGENTINA

  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • 3. ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


Stanley Hui

Stanley Hui, Ed.D., FACSM

Professor of Sports Science
& Physical Education
Director of EIM (Hong Kong)
The Chinese University
of Hong Kong
Department of Sports Science
and Physical Education
HONG KONG

  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


Heather Betz
Heather Hayes Betz, Ph.D., FACSM
Chair and Associate Professor
Albion College
Department of Kinesiology
Albion, MI
  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


Chantal Vella
Chantal Vella, Ph.D., FACSM
Professor of Exercise, Sport, and
Health Sciences
University of Idaho
Department of Movement Sciences
and WWAMI Medical Education Program
Moscow, ID
  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • 3. ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


Evan Hilberg
Evan Hilberg
Medical Policy Research Analyst
Cambia Health Solutions
Corvallis OR
  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


Kerri Vasold
Kerri Vasold
EvaluationSpecialist
Michigan Fitness Foundation
Lansing, MI
  • Please list your previous service to ACSM.

  • What is ACSM’s greatest strength and how would you make that aspect of the organization even stronger?

  • ACSM works closely with many other organizations, including associations, companies, philanthropies, and governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.