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President-elect Candidates

Two candidates are selected each year from the ACSM interest area (Basic & Applied Science, Education & Allied Health and Medicine) rotation who have served as a Vice President of ACSM or run as a candidate for the vice president position and are best qualified to lead the College.  The President-elect term is one year. After serving one year, the President-elect then moves to the position of ACSM President and completes a one year term.  Lastly, the President then moves to the position of ACSM Immediate Past President and completes another one year term.   

Keith, NiCole

NiCole R. Keith, Ph.D., FACSM

Professor of Kinesiology
Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs
IUPUI School of Health and Human Sciences
Scientist, Indiana University
Center for Aging Research
Investigator, Regenstrief Institute
Indianapolis, 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?

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

  • What would be your first strategic priority as President of ACSM?

  • 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.


Tudor-Locke

Catrine Tudor-Locke, Ph.D., FACSM, FNAK

Associate Dean for Research and Administration
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Department of Kinesiology
School of Public Health and Health Sciences
Amherst, MA

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

  • What would be your first strategic priority as President of ACSM?

  • 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.