Nominations Open for AHCA/NCAL Future Leader of Long Term Care Program

Maine Health Care Association is seeking nominations for the annual AHCA/NCAL Future Leaders of Long Term Care Program. Candidates will be selected for this professional training and mentorship program, which begins September 19 – 21, 2023, with a symposium in Washington, DC. Each state may nominate one person. Nominees for the 2023-2024 class should be owners and/or operators who are up and coming leaders in their state. It is encouraged that nominees reflect the diversity of AHCA/NCAL membership in terms of race, ethnicity, gender identification, sexual orientation, disability, and religion.
MHCA members may submit the name and resume of their nominee to Angela Westhoff, MCHA President/ CEO in writing by April 28th. Self-nominations are welcome.
The following requirements and responsibilities are expected of Future Leaders participants:
  • Attend a three-day training session, which will be held in Washington, DC September 19 – 21, 2023.
  • Read and be prepared to discuss five books during the year. 
  • Participate in most of the scheduled quarterly conference calls.
  • Attend a graduation event at the AHCA/NCAL Annual Convention & Expo, October 6 - 9, 2024 in Orlando, FL.
  • Demonstrate an interest in working on LTC issues at the national level, which may include participating on AHCA/NCAL workgroups or committees.
  • Consider active participation in the AHCA/NCAL PAC and promoting its importance to other members.
AHCA will absorb the costs related to the symposium, including a two-night hotel stay, airfare, and a fixed stipend of $100 for miscellaneous travel expenses.  
Please contact Angela Westhoff at 2047-623-1146 or with any questions.
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