Future Leaders Council Nomination & Application Process
Thank you for your interest in the nomination process for membership in NIC’s Future Leaders Council (FLC).
NIC is not seeking new Future Leaders Council members at this time and will reopen the nomination process in early 2022. Terms for current FLC members have been extended through September 2022 in recognition of the impacts to professional schedules caused by the pandemic.
We appreciate your interest in joining the FLC and encourage you to check back for future updates.
The NIC FLC was created to be an extension of, and resource to, the NIC Board in order to further the mission of NIC: to enable access and choice by providing data, analytics, and connections that bring together investors and providers. The FLC prepares tomorrow’s NIC leaders to face what lies ahead, grow the industry and positively impact America’s seniors population with NIC’s mission at the core of its activities. The FLC offers emerging leaders the opportunity to hone their leadership skills, address critical issues that impact the industry through NIC’s initiatives, and develop a network of trusted associates and resources.
There currently are 25 members of the FLC serving three-year terms. The selection of FLC members has become a highly competitive process, and there regularly are only eight (8) new members named each year. This year, FLC members are working alongside NIC leadership on key initiatives such as the NIC Boot Camp, the NIC Community Connector, and speaking engagements at universities regarding the seniors housing and care industry. FLC members are also serving on the 2021 Fall Conference Program Committee as well as University Outreach and Internship Committee. In addition, the members participate in a leadership development program.
Attributes Sought in FLC Nominees
The ideal FLC nominee will:
- Have a passion for the seniors housing and care field and a commitment to the mission of NIC.
- Have a minimum of five but not more than 10 years of relevant work experience.
- Possess a desire to grow within their company and the industry.
- Possess strong leadership potential, but not yet exercising industry-wide leadership.
- Have demonstrated the ability to think creatively and strategically about issues in the seniors housing and care industry.
- Be willing to commit volunteer time to work on NIC initiatives.
Commitment to NIC by FLC Members
Commitment to NIC:
- Members must be willing to commit volunteer time to work on NIC initiatives.
- FLC members will be expected to serve on NIC committees and task forces as requested.
- NIC leadership will request that the FLC take on specific projects to benefit NIC, and therefore the industry.
- Participants will gather formally as a group at major NIC events to discuss current issues, share ideas and successes, and ask questions of fellow members and industry leaders.
- The cost of sponsorship is $500 annually, to help defray FLC meeting expenses.
In the event a potential nominee would like to talk to a current FLC member or FLC Alumni to see what commitment and time are involved, a list is available here.