The International Society for Disease Surveillance is governed by a ten-member Board of Directors comprised of dedicated and committed ISDS members. This Board is responsible for governance of the society and adherence to the ISDS mission and values. While upholding these responsibilities, the Board provides strategic and fiscal oversight of ISDS activities. Board members take leadership roles within specific committees or areas while ensuring all programming furthers the goal of advancing public health surveillance. The Board of Directors are elected for 3 year terms at the end of which they may be reelected.
Current ISDS Board of Directors
Board Election Process
ISDS Board of Directors Membership History (pdf)
Roles and Responsibilities (pdf)