2015 MOTA Conference
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ONE DAY ONLY - FRIDAY
NOVEMBER 6, 2015
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MOTA POSITION VACANCIES ANNOUNCED
VP, Nominations & Awards
Details on the positions were emailed to all members.
If interested, submit a 1-2 paragraph bio to publish on the website.
You must be an active MOTA member for these positions.
Nomination period will be open through August 1st.
Voting will be August 2 - 7, 2015.
Send materials to Kate Eglseder - email@example.com
CANDIDATES FOR VP, NOMINATIONS & AWARDS:
I have been an occupational therapist for almost 10 years and have volunteered for a number of projects with AOTA over the years but have had little opportunity to work with state associations. I am a Clinical Assistant Professor at Towson University in the Department of Occupational Therapy & Occupational Science and am very interested in working with MOTA to further its mission by taking the position of the VP for Nominations & Awards. I assisted with reading and evaluating the applications for the nominations from last year with Lynne Murphy and found the experience enlightening. I would value the opportunity to work further with MOTA in recognizing and awarding occupational therapy practitioners and occupational therapy students for their efforts.
CANDIDATES FOR VP, COMMUNICATIONS:
Kelly Feeheley Gibala
I am a graduate from Towson University and currently in my 3rd year of practice in occupational therapy. I am a full time employee on the spinal cord/multi-trauma and comprehensive rehab units at the University of Maryland Rehabilitation and Orthopedic Institute. In addition to patient care, I am also an adjunct professor for the COTA program at the Community College of Baltimore County. This year, I look forward to my new role on the committee to help plan for the MOTA conference.
I have always been a strong advocate for the profession and participated in many OT promotion activities including serving as a secretary of the Student Occupational Therapy Association and presenting at several career days even before practicing as a licensed therapist. As a member of the board, I hope that it would assist in my pursuit to do more for the profession. Although relatively new to the OT career, I feel my current job positions grant me access to ample resources to better serve on the board. If elected, you will see that I am very driven and will take all my responsibilities very seriously.
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