2024 Board Nominations

Are you passionate about Houston’s creative community?

Help serve our local community and determine the future of AIGA Houston by nominating its leaders. Board Nominations is an opportunity to nominate individuals to join the AIGA Houston chapter as a board and/or committee member. Help us represent Houston and continue elevating our citys creative landscape.

This year’s nominations will elect the chapter’s next team of executive officers to serve AIGA Houston’s community during the 2024–2026 term.

Design: Rita Jia

Nomination Period

Monday, January 8, 2024 12:00 a.m. CT–Friday, March 1, 2024, 11:59 p.m. CT
This year’s nominations are for chapter leaders who will start their terms on July 1, 2024.

Who is Eligible

  • Creatives living in Houston or surrounding regions
  • Self- or peer-nominations are welcome
  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Nonprofit governance knowledge is not required, but highly encouraged

  • Board position: AIGA membership is required
  • Committee position: AIGA membership is not required

Not a member? You can support our mission and programming by joining today.  

How to Apply

  • Learn the process to become a chapter leader.
    • Get Involved Packet: Understand our chapter, role-levels and how we serve.
    • Master Positions Packet: Understand expectations and responsibilities for all chapter positions. Elected board and committee members are welcome to expand on initiatives.
  • Complete this year’s nomination form by the deadline.



Open Positions

Available positions are organized below by committee.


All executive positions are at the officer role level

The Executive Committee manages the chapter’s resources, finances, and day-to-day/monthly operations and is the key touchpoint for communicating with AIGA National.

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Finance Director
  • Operations Director

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Focus areas: membership, DEI

The Membership Committee facilitates the membership journey, helping drive new growth and encourage retention. The committee is responsible for directing membership campaigns, supporting active members, and recruiting new members.

  • Membership Director
  • Membership Chair
  • Membership Coordinator
  • Volunteer Coordinator
  • Membership Ambassador

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Focus areas: community, education, DEI

The Programming Committee focuses on community events intended to connect Houston area creatives, educate designers, and help strengthen skills for a variety of audiences, including emerging, mid-level, and senior-level creatives. The committee coordinates 1–2 portfolio reviews annually, develops and maintains relationships with local educators/schools, and manages Design Loop, the chapter’s mentorship program. The committee is also responsible for events including Monthly Creative Meetups, Community Day, Holiday Party, 20×20, and creative talks.

  • Programming Chair
  • Programming Coordinator
  • Programming Ambassador

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Design Advocacy

Focus areas: design advocacy, DEI

The Design Advocacy Committee focuses on events, resources, and tools that advocate for the role of the designer, promote the value of creative work, and encourage social awareness and design-driven change. The committee develops programming, materials, and content that reflect design’s potential for impact on both the individual and social levels.

  • Design Advocacy Director
  • Design Advocacy Chair
  • Design Advocacy Coordinator
  • Design Advocacy Ambassador

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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

The Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee is dedicated to expanding social justice knowledge and encouraging members of the creative community to think critically about equity, inclusion, privilege, and bias. The committee develops programming and content that encourages dialogue, raises awareness of community issues, promotes inclusivity, and celebrates diversity.

  • DEI Director

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Focus areas: communications, DEI, email, social media, web

The Communications Committee oversees the chapter’s internal and external communications strategy and manages marketing, social media, articles, e-blasts, and the website.

  • Communications Director
  • Communications Chair
  • Communications Coordinator
  • Communications Ambassador

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Finance (Partnerships)

Focus areas: partnerships, DEI

The Finance (Partnerships) Committee identifies, secures, and maintains partnerships and sponsorships to support the chapter’s programming and activities. The committee is overseen by the Finance Director and develops benefits, maintains contact information, and serves as a key point of contact for current and potential partners/sponsors.

  • Partnerships Chair
  • Partnerships Coordinator
  • Partnerships Ambassador

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Ready to Nominate?



When & Where
Mon, Jan 8, 2024 - Fri, Mar 1, 2024
Houston, TX