State and District Offices

The Call for Nominations will be taking place soon.

The following table is an overview of important dates regarding nominations and voting.

January Call for Nominations will be posted on the TOTA website and printed in Revista. The chair of the Nomination Committee will be selected by the committee.
April Deadline for submission of all names to state and district nomination committees.
June Ballots will be live on the TOTA website. Deadline is June 30.
July Election results will be announced to the membership on July 5th.
 November New Officer orientation. All elected state officers and district officers shall assume office upon
adjournment of the annual business meeting at which their election has been announced.

 

Upcoming Positions

State Board: District Positions:
  Alamo South Capital Centex Great Plains West Gulf Coast East Rio Grande Trinity North

President Elect
Vice President
Secretary

Vice Chair
Secretary 
Chair
Treasurer
Vice Chair
Secretary
Chair
Treasurer
Vice Chair
Secretary
Chair
Treasurer 

 

Eligibility Requirements

State Officers:

  • Any candidate for the office of President, President-Elect or Vice President of TOTA must have been a member of the Association for three (3) years immediately prior to the nomination deadline. 
  • State officers may reside in a border state, but must be licensed to practice in Texas. 
  • All officers shall maintain membership in good standing with TOTA and AOTA during their terms of office. 
  • No state officer can concurrently hold a position as an elected officer in AOTA, a district division of TOTA, or another state’s OT membership organization.

District Officers:

  • Nominees for District Chair must have been a member of the district for a minimum of one year prior to the nomination deadline.
  • Officers must be licensed to practice in Texas and have chosen to be a member of that geographical district.
  • All officers must remain TOTA members in good standing throughout their term.
  • No District Officer shall concurrently hold more than one elected position in AOTA, a state office of TOTA, or another state’s OT membership organizations.

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