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Officers & Council

The AAUP Constitution sets forth the officers, Council members, and Executive Committee members. A constitutional amendment proviso approved by the 105th Annual Meeting as part of the AAUP’s restructuring plan, along with 2020 Emergency Election Rules addressing the COVID pandemic, provided for a transitional Council that during the period from  the 2020 officer and Council elections (which concluded on July 20, 2020), through the close of any Council meeting held in or before June 2021, would consist of:

(a) the three AAUP officers and the two at-large Council Members elected to four year terms in the 2020 officer and Council elections,

(b) the previously directly-elected Council Members whose terms expire in June 2022, and

(c) the members of the AAUP-CBC Executive Committee whose terms expire in June 2021

At the June 2022 biennial Association Meeting and every four years thereafter, one at-large Council Member and the five regional Council Members shall be elected to four-year terms, and there will be no transitional members.

Officers/Executive Committee Members

Irene Mulvey, President (2024)
Mathematics, Fairfield University

Paul Davis, Vice President (2024)
History and American Government, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

Christopher Sinclair, Secretary-Treasurer (2024)
Mathematics, University of Oregon

At-Large Members, Transitional and Newly Elected

Linda Carroll (2022)
Italian, Tulane University

Nivedita Majumdar (2024)
English, John Jay College

Patricia Navarra (2022)
Irish Studies, Hofstra University

Glinda Rawls (2024)
Counseling, Western Michigan University

Diana I. Rios  (2022)
Communication/El Instituto, University of Connecticut

David Sanders (2022)
Biological Sciences, Purdue University

Council District Members, Transitional

District I
Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah

Alexander Zukas (2022)
History, National University

District II
Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, Wyoming 

Jonathan Rees (2022)
History, Colorado State University–Pueblo

District III
Michigan 

Charles J. Parrish (2022)
Political Science, Wayne State University

District IV
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin

Loren Glass (2022)
English, University of Iowa

District V
Alabama, Arkansas, Canada, District of Columbia, Florida, Foreign, Georgia, Guam, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virgin Islands, Virginia, West Virginia

Monica Black (2022)
History, University of Tennessee

District VI
Ohio 

Huey-Li Li (2022)
Educational Philosophy, University of Akron

District VII
New Jersey

Zoran Gajic  (2022)
Electrical and Computer Engineering, Rutgers University

District VIII
New York

James Davis (2022)
English and American Studies, Brooklyn College, City University of New York

District X
Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont

Carolyn Betensky (2022)
English, University of Rhode Island

AAUP-CBC Members, Transitional

John Castella, Member-at-Large of the AAUP-CBC Executive Committee (2021)
Labor Studies, Rutgers University

Antonio Gallo, Member-at-Large of the AAUP-CBC Executive Committee (2021)
Chicano/a Studies, California State University, Northridge

Other Members, Non-Voting

Rudy Fichtenbaum, ex officio past President (2022)
Economics, Wright State University

Risa L. Lieberwitz, General Counsel (2020)
Law, School of Industrial & Labor Relations, Cornell University