CMA Next Generation

The California Medical Association (CMA) Board of Trustees, via its Committee on Nominations, is seeking recommendations for physicians who are interested in and willing to serve on its standing Councils and Subcommittees for 2021-2022.

All current appointments expire at the conclusion of the CMA House of Delegates in October 2021. New appointments will begin their terms at that time, with the new terms expiring at the conclusion of the 2022 House of Delegates.

Councils and committees meet as needed, with up to four meetings per year via teleconference and potentially one in-person meeting.

Please note that current members who are eligible for reappointment must submit an application for the 2021-2022 term. Even if you previously submitted an application and there are no changes, you must complete the new online form. The new form includes optional information regarding diversity and demographics. Due to this requested personal demographic information, applicants are encouraged to fill out their own forms; however, applications submitted by a third party are also acceptable.

In developing nominations, we urge special consideration for recruiting the talent and experience of your younger colleagues, as well as ethnic and women physicians, who will bring new perspectives to the Association’s policy-developing committees.

Please submit applications through the form on the CMA websiteThe deadline for submission is 11:59 p.m. on Monday, June 7, 2021.

For questions, contact Jessica Arthur at

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