2024 Call for FAICP Nominations

Do you know someone in the planning industry who has contributed to the planning profession and positively impacted their community?

They may be eligible for nomination as a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners (FAICP).

The APA Florida Chapter’s FAICP Nomination Committee seeks input regarding potential nominations for the 2024 College of Fellows of the American Institute of Certified Planners.

Nomination Eligibility:

The minimum requirements for eligibility as a Fellow include the following:

  • Member of AICP for at least 10 years (at the time of nomination deadline, Aug. 30, 2023).
  • Member of AICP in good standing (dues paid, CM requirements up to date, and no ethical violations).
  • Outstanding contribution to the profession over an extended period.

There are specific criteria that all AICP members should achieve as outlined in the AICP Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct. Additionally, to qualify for Fellow status, the nominee must exhibit, and the nomination submission must document the following:

  • Exceptional and sustained leadership.
  • Innovation and excellence.
  • A legacy for their profession, community, and society.
  • Exceptional accomplishments in planning over an extended period.
  • The significance of the nominee’s role in the work is mentioned throughout the nomination.

To learn more about the College of Fellows, the selection criteria, and the nomination process, please go to the FAICP website planning.org/faicp/nomination/.

Please submit the name of anyone who you believe meets the qualifications stated above, along with a brief statement (1-3 pages; no resumes) of why you think this person meets the criteria above, by Monday, Feb. 20. Please submit this information to the APA Florida FAICP Nomination Committee Chair, Henry Bittaker, FAICP, by email at hbittaker@aol.com.