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Vice President Candidates

Four candidates for two positions are selected each year from the interest area (Basic & Applied Science, Education & Allied Health and Medicine)  rotation who have served on the Board Trustees and are best qualified to lead the College to assure that all three interest areas (Basic & Applied Science, Education & Allied Health and Medicine) are represented in the officer structure of ACSM.  The two elected Vice Presidents will serve a one year term as Second Vice Presidents and a second one year term as First Vice Presidents.

Heather Chambliss, Ph.D., FACSM

Carlos Crespo, Dr.PH., FACSM

 

Karin Allor Pfeiffer, Ph.D., FACSM

Deb Riebe, Ph.D., FACSM


Heather Chambliss

Heather Chambliss, Ph.D., FACSM

Medical Writer
St. Jude Cildren's Research Hospital
Medical Content Outreach
Memphis, TN   

  • 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?

  • What is a second area of ACSM that you would like for the College to make additional progress, and how could that best be done?

  • 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.


Crespo

Carlos Crespo, Dr.PH., FACSM

Professor and Vice Provost
OHSU-PSU School of Public Health
Portland, 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?

  • What is a second area of ACSM that you would like for the College to make additional progress, and how could that best be done?

  • 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.


Pfeiffer

Karin Allor Pfeiffer, Ph.D., FACSM

Professor
Michigan State University
Department of Kinesiology 
East 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?

  • What is a second area of ACSM that you would like for the College to make additional progress, and how could that best be done?

  • 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.


Riebe

Deb Riebe, Ph.D., FACSM

Associate Dean
University of Rhode Island
College of Health Sciences
Kingston, RI

  • 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?

  • What is a second area of ACSM that you would like for the College to make additional progress, and how could that best be done?

  • 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.