The Academic Consortium for Integrated Medicine and Health (ACIMH), a national 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organization that advances the principles and practices of integrative medicine and health and serves over 70 esteemed academic medical centers and institutions seeks a progressive leader with association experience and knowledge of integrated medicine to advance this education, research, and policy formation entity.
The organization seeks an individual with strong alliance building, inclusiveness, and communication skills to serve as a leader for promoting physical, mental and social wellbeing. Integrative medicine is an approach to care that puts the patient at the center and addresses the full range of physical, emotional, mental, social, spiritual, and environmental influences that affect a person’s health. Employing a personalized strategy that considers the patient’s unique conditions, needs, and circumstances, it uses the most appropriate interventions from an array of scientific disciplines to heal illness and disease and help people regain and maintain optimum health.
The individual selected will lead a financially sound and dynamic organization that is well respected and has a high level of member engagement. The organization is moving away from an association management firm back to an executive that will report to the Board of Directors and manage an event management firm. The association has a budget of just over a million dollars, which includes grant funds.
The search committee prefers a progressive leader who is able to build collaborations, raise funds, foster a collaborative volunteer environment, write and speak effectively to motivate others, and understands the culture of healthcare academia.
Information on the organization and job description are available at: https://imconsortium.org/
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, salary expectations, and resume by November 6 to: Cheryl Ronk, CAE FASAE Attention: ACIMH Search Committee 420 Northlawn Ave. East Lansing, MI 48823 Fax: 517-664-2997 Email: ACIMHSearch@gmail.com Phone: 517-930-9149
Bachelor’s Degree required. Advanced degree or CAE preferred. Professional travel is required to represent the organization. Position requires utilization of new technologies. The organization prefers dedicated staff for the position. Ideally this is a full-time position but the Transition Task Force will consider 30 hrs a week. The “world headquarters” will be selected by the new executive director.
About Academic Consortium for Integrated Medicine and Health
The Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine & Health (“Consortium”) is a 501c3 not-forprofit
organization with a current membership of over 70 highly esteemed academic medical
centers and affiliate institutions.
The mission of the Consortium is to advance the principles and practices of integrative healthcare
within academic institutions. The Consortium provides its institutional membership with a
community of support for its academic missions and a collective voice for influencing change. Our
mission is accomplished through:
• Supporting and mentoring academic leaders, faculty, and students to advance
integrative healthcare education, research, and clinical care.
• Disseminating information on rigorous scientific research, educational curricula in
integrative health, and sustainable models of clinical care.
• Informing health care policy.
As an organization we are committed to sharing information and ideas, meeting challenges
together in a process grounded by the values of integrative medicine, supporting member
institutions, and providing a national voice for the advancement of integrative principles. The
Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine & Health r...ecognizes the opportunity to affect the
direction, assumptions and outcomes of healthcare. The involvement of strong academic
institutions and their representatives allows us to provide a forum for those committed to the values
of integrative medicine. The Consortium will provide the cohesion necessary to maximize
individual institutional efforts, and also move the field forward in a way that no one institution is