Leadership and Governance

ACOG is governed by an Executive Board with day-to-day operational support from the Executive Staff and teams.

ACOG is composed of 12 districts and 98 sections, representing various geographical regions, countries, territories, and states in North and South America. Each district is led by a district chair, who also serves on the Executive Board.

ACOG and the College have more than 30 committees, whose members develop clinical documents and contribute to the organizations’ activities.


Bylaws of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Amended November 2018

Bylaws of the ACOG Foundation
Amended November 2018

ACOG Conflict of Interest Disclosure Policy

ACOG Conflict of Interest Policy for Executive Board Members, Committee Chairs, Task Force Chairs, and Executive Staff

Diversity Statement for Volunteer and Leadership Positions

ACOG Meetings Anti-Harassment Policy

National Election & Nominations Process

Statement of Values (College and ACOG Foundation)

Whistleblower Policy (College and ACOG Foundation)

ACOG Executive Board

Executive Staff

 

The College's Code of Professional Ethics
The College's Code of Professional Ethics was approved by the Executive Board in 2011.

Scope of Practice of Obstetrics and Gynecology
The College's Scope of Practice of Obstetrics and Gynecology was approved by the College Executive Board on February 6, 2005.

Committee Descriptions
There are more than 30 committees, which are focused on topics that impact the ob-gyn specialty or the organization.

Grants, Sponsorships, and Other Support
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists accepts industry funding to support the College's mission of improving health care for women. In 2014 and 2015, grants, sponsorship, and other support comprised only a small fraction of the College's total revenue

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