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2019 AAG Election Results

Dear friends and colleagues, 

    The AAG Tellers Committee has reported the results of the 2019 AAG Election. Those elected to office are as follows: 

President: David H. Kaplan, Kent State University. 

Vice President: Amy Lobben, University of Oregon. 

National Councilors: LaToya Eaves, Middle Tennessee State University; Wei Li, Arizona State University. 

Nominating Committee: Natalie Koch, Syracuse University; Kefa M. Otiso, Bowling Green State University; Yolonda Youngs, Idaho State University. 

Honors Committee A: Amy Katherine Glasmeier, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  

Honors Committee B: Ronald R. Hagelman III, Texas State University; Andrew Sluyter, Louisiana State University. 

      I particularly would like to thank all of the distinguished candidates who were nominated—itself a significant honor—and who ran in the election. I look forward to working together with both those elected and those nominated and not elected to move the AAG forward in the coming year. The terms of office for those elected will begin July 1, 2019.  

Very best wishes to all, 
Doug

Douglas Richardson, PhD

Executive Director
American Association of Geographers