HFTP Board

Applications Now Open for Positions on the HFTP Global Board and Executive Committee

The deadline to apply is April 1, 2019, with the application available to complete online at HFTP.org


Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP®) is calling hospitality professionals who are innovative, strategic thinkers to join the association's top leadership. The application process to participate is open for director positions on the HFTP Global Board and the secretary on the HFTP Global Executive Committee. These two bodies represent the highest volunteer positions at the association, advising on the strategic direction of HFTP. The deadline to submit an application is April 1, 2019.

The HFTP Board of Directors and Executive Committee meet several times a year in person or virtually to discuss the association's immediate and long-term endeavors. Directors and executive committee members provide valuable input drawing from their expertise as hospitality professionals, offering a perspective of current industry trends and concerns; as well as professional skills.

Requirements for HFTP Global directors include any HFTP Principal, Agent, Allied or Education member in good standing is eligible for nomination to the Board of Directors. Any HFTP Principal, Agent, or Education member in good standing that holds one of the HFTP designations — CHAE or CHTP — shall be eligible for nomination to an officer position. Allied members are not eligible for nomination to an officer position.

Directors serve on the board for three years, with new directors selected annually. Annually a secretary is selected for the HFTP Global Executive Committee.

To apply for a director position, visit the HFTP website under the Get Involved tab. To apply for the secretary position, please contact Millicent Gustafson for more information. If you have any questions about the process, contact Millicent Gustafson, HFTP Executive Services Administrator at millicent.gustafson@hftp.org.

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