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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 and Student (only every three years).  All elected trustees serve a three-year term on the Board of Trustees.

Bamman

Marcas M. Bamman, Ph.D., FACSM

University of Alabama-Birmingham
Birmingham, AL

  • 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.


Colvin

Lisa Cooper Colvin, Ph.D., FACSM

Executive Director
EgroWell Healthcare
and Sports Performance
San Antonio, TX

  • 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.


Goldfarb

Allan H. Goldfarb, Ph.D., FACSM

University of North Carolina Greensboro
Department of Kinesiology
Greensboro, 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.


Jackson

Catherine G. R. Jackson, Ph.D., FACSM

Professor, Exercise Science
California State University
Department of Kinesiology
Fresno, CA

  • 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.


Epping

Jacqueline N. Epping, M. Ed., FACSM

Retired, Health Scientist
US Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention
National Center for Chronic
Disease Prevention snd
Health Promotion
Atlanta, 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.


Evenson

Kelly R. Evenson, Ph.D., FACSM

Professor
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill
Gillings School of Global Public Health
Department of Epidemiology
Chapel Hill, 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.


Roy

Brad A. Roy, Ph.D., FACSM

Executive Director
Kalispell Regional Medical Ctr.
Administration/The Summit
Medical Fitness Center
Kalispell, MT

  • 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.


Sutterluety

Amy Jo Sutterluety, Ph.D., FACSM

Associate Dean/Full Professor
Baldwin Wallace University
School of Health
Physical Education and
Sports Sciences
Berea, OH

  • 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.


Moore

Geoffrey E. Moore, M.D., FACSM

President
Healthy Living & Exercise
Medicine Associates
Ithaca, NY

  • 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, governmental agencies. Indicate those organizations/companies/agencies for which you play an advisory, consulting, or leadership role.


Paluska

Scott A. Paluska, M.D., FACSM

Clinical Professor
University of Illinois
Department Chair
Christie Clinic Sports Medicine
Champaign, 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.


Siegel

Stephen A. Siegel, M.D., FACSM

Clinical Associate 
Professor of Medicine
Div. of Cardiology
NYU Langone Medical 
Department of Cardiology
New York, NY

  • 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.


Trojian

Thomas H. Trojian, M.D., FACSM

Sports Medicine Fellowship
Director and CMO
Drexel Athletics
Drexel University
Department of Family
Community & Prevention Medicine
Philadelphia, PA


Carter

Robert Carter III, Ph.D., MPH, FACSM

Adjunct Professor of Emergency Medicine
University of Texas 
Health Science Ctr. San Antonio
San Antonio, TX

  • 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.


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Rebecca E. Hasson, Ph.D., FACSM

Associate Professor of Kinesiology
and Public Health
University of Michigan
Department of Movement Science/
Nutritional Science
Ann Arbor, 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.


Borgen

Jorunn Sundgot-Borgen, Ph.D., FACSM

Professor in Physical Acticity & Health
The Norwegian School 
of Sports Sciences
Department of Sports Medicine
Oslo, NORWAY

  • 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.


Wong

Stephen H.S. Wong, Ph.D., FACSM

Professor & Chairman
The Chinese University
of Hong Kong
Department of
Sports Science and
Physical Education
Hong Kong, CHINA

  • 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.