IATA Board of Directors
The Board of Directors shall be composed of the regularly elected officers, appointed officers, Past-President, and the 10 District Directors.
President, President-Elect, Secretary, and Secretary-Elect are elected to office at each summer in-service/conference where IATA business is conducted. Nominations are opened at SLC and accepted through summer in-service/conference until the last IATA meeting where voting takes place. IATA officers serve one year in each elected position.
Executive Treasurer, Legislative Liaison, CTEI Representative, CTEI Representative, Website Administrator, Professional Development Coordinator, and Mentorship Coordinator are all appointed positions. Time in office depends on the position.
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU): An agreement to give your administration so they understand the days required for office. Would be filled out prior to running for office. This form is not required to run for office.
2018-2019 IATA Officers
President: Nicole Lebsack, Jerome
President-Elect: Brian Wolf, Filer
Secretary: Tyler Johnson, Murtaugh
Secretary-Elect: Michelle Aoi, Wendell
Executive Treasurer: Alan Heikkila, Meridian
Past President: Sue Poland, Retired
Additional Officer Positions
CTEI Representative: Travis Edwards, Kuna
Website Administrator: Nicole Lebsack, Jerome
Professional Development Coordinator: Casey Sanders, Burley
Mentorship Program Coordinator: Josette Nebeker, Highland-Craigmont
Legislative Liaison: Shawn Dygert, Kuna
Legislative Liaison In-Training: Katie Mosman, Grangeville
North Idaho Legislative Liaison Representative: Kyle Stapleton, Nezperce
Eastern Idaho Legislative Liaison Representative: Marc Beitia, American Falls
Directors from each of the nine FFA Districts in Idaho work with the IATA officers as the executive board for the associations. District Directors are elected on three year renewable terms by the teachers in each district.
Advisors are selected by their districts, selection process may vary depending on district. They usually serve a one year term.