2017 IAPA Ballot

IAPA nominations are set, please see our slate of candidates below and take a moment to read the bios and Candidate Statements of Interest. You can visit the link below to cast your vote!

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Rachel Weinzimmer, MS, PA-C

Rachel Weinzimmer, MS, PA-C

President-Elect

Hello Colorado PAs! Thank you for your consideration for President-Elect. I am eager to continue to lead CAPA in a positive direction. CAPA has been making leaps and bounds as an organization and legislatively, and I believe I am fit to continue on that trajectory. Having worked in both a larger city and, currently, in rural Colorado I believe I have perspective and understanding from both areas and can relate to PAs in all varieties of practice across the state and help CAPA meet the needs of all Colorado PAs. Through my time on the Board and serving in multiple positions I have gained an intricate understanding of CAPA. As chair of the Judicial Affairs Committee I took the lead on a complete overhaul of our policies and bylaws in order to help us become a more streamlined and functional organization. I also took the lead on reestablishing our newsletter, and hope you have enjoyed it! I feel the newsletter is important way to continue communication with our members and highlight all of that amazing work that you do. As a delegate for the past six years I have gained intricate knowledge of both CAPA and AAPA. I’ve also served on multiple committees within AAPA and believe I can bring those experiences and lessons learned into CAPA. In the coming years I hope to engage more of you (the members) as we have significant legislative work ahead of us. I will strive to continue working with our Governmental Affairs Committee on legislative issues, including the upcoming sunset of our practice act. These are crucial times for Colorado PAs and I am constantly looking towards the future as to how we can make Colorado one of the best states to be a practicing PA. I am very committed to the longevity of this organization and ask that you consider me for President-Elect.

Rachel Weinzimmer, MS, PA-C

Rachel Weinzimmer, MS, PA-C

President-Elect

Hello Colorado PAs! Thank you for your consideration for President-Elect. I am eager to continue to lead CAPA in a positive direction. CAPA has been making leaps and bounds as an organization and legislatively, and I believe I am fit to continue on that trajectory. Having worked in both a larger city and, currently, in rural Colorado I believe I have perspective and understanding from both areas and can relate to PAs in all varieties of practice across the state and help CAPA meet the needs of all Colorado PAs. Through my time on the Board and serving in multiple positions I have gained an intricate understanding of CAPA. As chair of the Judicial Affairs Committee I took the lead on a complete overhaul of our policies and bylaws in order to help us become a more streamlined and functional organization. I also took the lead on reestablishing our newsletter, and hope you have enjoyed it! I feel the newsletter is important way to continue communication with our members and highlight all of that amazing work that you do. As a delegate for the past six years I have gained intricate knowledge of both CAPA and AAPA. I’ve also served on multiple committees within AAPA and believe I can bring those experiences and lessons learned into CAPA. In the coming years I hope to engage more of you (the members) as we have significant legislative work ahead of us. I will strive to continue working with our Governmental Affairs Committee on legislative issues, including the upcoming sunset of our practice act. These are crucial times for Colorado PAs and I am constantly looking towards the future as to how we can make Colorado one of the best states to be a practicing PA. I am very committed to the longevity of this organization and ask that you consider me for President-Elect.

Rachel Weinzimmer, MS, PA-C

Rachel Weinzimmer, MS, PA-C

President-Elect

Hello Colorado PAs! Thank you for your consideration for President-Elect. I am eager to continue to lead CAPA in a positive direction. CAPA has been making leaps and bounds as an organization and legislatively, and I believe I am fit to continue on that trajectory. Having worked in both a larger city and, currently, in rural Colorado I believe I have perspective and understanding from both areas and can relate to PAs in all varieties of practice across the state and help CAPA meet the needs of all Colorado PAs. Through my time on the Board and serving in multiple positions I have gained an intricate understanding of CAPA. As chair of the Judicial Affairs Committee I took the lead on a complete overhaul of our policies and bylaws in order to help us become a more streamlined and functional organization. I also took the lead on reestablishing our newsletter, and hope you have enjoyed it! I feel the newsletter is important way to continue communication with our members and highlight all of that amazing work that you do. As a delegate for the past six years I have gained intricate knowledge of both CAPA and AAPA. I’ve also served on multiple committees within AAPA and believe I can bring those experiences and lessons learned into CAPA. In the coming years I hope to engage more of you (the members) as we have significant legislative work ahead of us. I will strive to continue working with our Governmental Affairs Committee on legislative issues, including the upcoming sunset of our practice act. These are crucial times for Colorado PAs and I am constantly looking towards the future as to how we can make Colorado one of the best states to be a practicing PA. I am very committed to the longevity of this organization and ask that you consider me for President-Elect.