SCAI Call to Service—Now Open

SCAI succeeds as an organization because of our members' commitment, support, and hard work. We look forward to receiving your applications and nominations to become more involved in the Society.

Leadership Roles

SCAI's Board of Trustees is responsible for furthering SCAI's mission and setting its long-term priorities and goals. The Board establishes and oversees the strategic plan and all related activities. The Executive Committee is a subset of the SCAI Board of Trustees. It provides executive direction in between Board meetings. 

Download Board of Trustees Roles, Responsibilities & Portfolio

Open Positions 2023: 

  • Secretary
  • Board of Trustees (Two Members-at-Large) 
  • Nominations Committee (Three Members-at-Large) 

Leadership nominations close on January 5th, 2023


Council and Committee Positions

Committees and councils play an integral role in SCAI fulfilling its mission and implementing its strategic plan. SCAI has committees that cover education, publications, government relations, communications, membership, and international activities, among others. Councils focus on clinical interest areas and provide insight to further the education, advocacy, and information exchange for the community. See below for further information about SCAI's Councils and Committees. 

Download Council and Committee Roles, Responsibilities & Timelines

Download Organizational Chart—Committees 2022–23

Council and Committee applications close on January 5th, 2023


Please contact Brian Pedersen, Senior Manager, Board Governance. 

Board of Trustees

Trustees for Life
Binita Shah

Member Highlight

I joined SCAI at first because it was the organization that represented Interventional Cardiology. I stayed at SCAI because of all the value membership brought to my clinical and leadership growth, including: case reviews, step-by-step technique workshops, quality improvement protocols, and critical synthesis of the data in a didactic format readily available to my entire cath lab team (physician colleagues, fellows, nurses, CVTs) through the online learning center and during in-person SCAI meetings; ready access to a community of women in interventional cardiology through the WIN committee; and opportunities to participate in the process via a committee/council meeting structure that allows anyone to attend and contribute.
Binita Shah, MD, FSCAI