a. Be highly regarded by their peers and CPA members for integrity, professionalism and leadership.
b. Have a balanced perspective of psychiatry in relation to important regional, national, and international issues, and reflect the ethical values and beliefs of the great majority of CPA members.
c. Should be willing to speak with decision makers on a variety of topics related to the profession.
d. Be willing and not otherwise ineligible to serve in the office of President-Elect if it is also their province’s turn in the established rotation for President-Elect.