2024 Call for State Delegates and Regional Super Delegates

| February 26, 2024

2024 Call for State Delegates and Regional Super Delegates

There is still time to be a part of the College’s House of Delegates (HOD)! The HOD works closely with the College’s national Advocacy Council to help identify opportunities and prevent issues from adversely impacting the allergy specialty. We’re looking for State Delegates and Super Delegates.

Are you ready to join us?


The success of our HOD depends on having adequate representation across the country. We’re looking for a few more active College members – like you – to serve as local advocates, supporting the work of the HOD and creating a national network of advocating allergists. Read the State Delegate job description for more information. We are recruiting State Delegates from:

Alabama, California, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Maryland, Minnesota, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia and Wyoming.

We hope you will apply to serve as one of our College-appointed State Delegates. If you’re a College member in good standing, who is interested in local legislation, establishing and maintaining contact with local/state legislators, physicians, state and regional allergy societies, and communicating allergy issues between these groups, you’ve got what it takes. The College will provide virtual training for State Delegates to become leading advocates on important allergy-related issues.

The House of Delegates is also looking for Super Delegates for the New England (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont) and West Coast (Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington) regions. The Super Delegate job description provides more information.

We need each of you to reach out to colleagues who are passionate about advocacy and encourage them to apply to be a College State Delegate or regional Super Delegate.

We hope you’ll join us! Applications will be accepted until Feb. 29; apply now to represent your community, your colleagues, and the allergy specialty.