ISPA Ambassadors

ISPA offers a variety of volunteer opportunities which provide wonderful avenues for members to get more involved with ISPA and build new connections. Volunteer service contributes directly to ISPA's growth and success. ISPA Ambassadors contribute their time throughout the year in a variety of ways as needs arise. Members have the opportunity to share their expertise in areas of interest and activities that work best for their schedules.

ISPA will be seeking volunteers to serve as an ISPA Ambassador in early 2022. If you have an interest in volunteering, please contact ispa@ispastaff.com.  

Resource Partner Task Force

The ISPA Resource Partner Task Force is a committee of exhibitors who collaborate to share insights and provide feedback to continue to improve and evolve the Expo floor at the ISPA Conference. As a member of the Resource Partner Task Force, you are able to contribute to what we are able to accomplish now and for future events through monthly collaboration calls. The 2022 Resource Partner Task Force will begin in January 2022. 

Pulse Magazine Contributor

Pulse Magazine serves as the official publication of the International SPA Association. Each issue is filled with innovative ideas, tips and relevant takeaways shared by the ISPA member community. If you have an interest in serving as a guest contributor or a source for a specific topic, please contact josh.corman@ispastaff.com.  

ISPA Board Service

ISPA members were able to submit expressions of interest to serve on the ISPA Board in October of 2021. This is now closed, and will reopen in the fall of 2022.

Each year, the Nominations Committee is tasked with evaluating the needs of the current board and proposing the names of members to fill the vacancies that occur in the set rotation of board members each year. The ISPA Nominations process is very thorough and has evolved over the years to identify high-level leadership qualities and attributes. Annually, an application is open for any eligible member interested in serving on the ISPA Board of Directors. From there, applicants go through a standard process which can include up to two interviews (conducted via video conferencing), review professional references and a personality assessment for each candidate. Candidates are selected for the slate of candidates, put before the ISPA membership for approval. A thorough orientation process is conducted before the new directors take office at the ISPA Conference.