Elections will be held at the Annual Meeting of the House of Delegates on June 14, 2022.

Officers and four councils are elected by the American Medical Association House of Delegates (HOD) at the Annual Meeting. The elections are by secret ballot and are conducted under the supervision of the Committee on Rules and Credentials and the chief teller, who are appointed by the speaker and vice speaker, who are responsible for overall administration of the elections.

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Dr. Kevin Reilly has served the AMA and the Constituent and Component Societies of the AMA for nearly three decades, starting as a first-year medical student. He has become an expert on structure and governance, focusing on organizational bylaws both inside and outside the AMA. Kevin has also served in the AMA-HOD for nearly three decades. He has the pulse of the AMA-HOD. He has applied this knowledge in assisting multiple AMA sections to grow and change within the AMA, and even helped bring new sections into being as a member of the AMA Council on Constitution and Bylaws. He currently serves the council as the vice chair.

The RSNA nominates, and without reservation endorses, the candidacy of Dr. Kevin Reilly for re-election to the AMA Council on Constitution and Bylaws.

Dr. Reilly attended his first AMA meeting in 1994 and has attended every annual and interim meeting, except when deployed to Afghanistan and to sit for specialty board examination. Over the course of his career, he has served on the AMA-HOD delegations for New York, Hawaii, the Army, American College of Radiology, and American Society of Neuroradiology. Since 2011 he has served on the Radiological Society of North America Delegation to the AMA-HOD.

“My first experience with bylaws and incorporation articles occurred with my promotion to president of the engineering firm I worked for before medical school. The change in leadership required restructure of the S-Corporation. I worked with the other new officers to rewrite our founding documents. In the AMA-MSS I unsuccessfully ran for the slotted seat on the BOT. The MSS Governing Council asked me to serve on the AMA Council on Constitution and Bylaws, as no student had expressed interest. As a military officer, I accepted out of a sense of duty. I fell in love with bylaws.

As an engineer, I turned the vision of clients into drawn and written plans, bringing those visions into being. On CC&B, I have helped take visions of AMA members adopted by the HOD and write bylaws to ensure fidelity to those visions when put into operation. I served six years on CC&B as a student and resident prior to election to the BOT as a fellow. In 2018, I was honored to be asked by delegates, on and off the council, if I would be willing to stand for election to CC&B again. Buoyed by support of the delegations I served, I agreed. Returning to the council, I realized no loss of passion for this work. I relish working with delegates to understand and refine their desires, help frame their ask of the HOD and help craft bylaws bringing their vision to life. I humbly ask for your vote for re-election.”

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