It's time to vote for your new President Elect!
Voting for The British Psychological Society’s President-Elect is now open.
The successful candidate will be President-Elect in 2021-22, President in 2022-23 and Vice-President in 2023-24.
The candidates standing for election are:
- Jamie Hacker Hughes - candidate statement
- Nicky Hayes - candidate statement
- Alan Kessedjian - candidate statement
- Peter Mitchell - candidate statement
The simplest way to cast your ballot is online - visit www.mi-vote.com and then enter your Unique Voter Code, which was sent to you by post or email earlier this month.
Voting is now closed.
only Chartered Members, Graduate Members and Student Members are eligible to vote.
only members who joined prior to 07 June are eligible to vote in the Presidential Election
If you haven't received your code call +44 (0)23 8076 3987 or email [email protected]
Please note: once a vote has been cast online, you will not be able to access the ballot again.
By voting online, you will also be able to register to receive information from us about voting electronically in the future.
You can also vote by post by completing and returning the ballot sent to you using the prepaid envelop supplied.
Voting closes at 12 noon on Monday 14 June 2021.
The results of the election will be announced at the Annual General Meeting, which is being held at 5pm on Monday 26 July 2021.
The election process will be administered and controlled by Mi-voice on behalf of The British Psychological Society.
If you have any questions about the election process, please contact the society on +44 (0)116 254 9568 or email [email protected]