Michelle Chapanian is the Vice President for Governance and Business Administration overseeing CMA’s physician decision-making bodies, including the Board of Trustees and the House of Delegates. 

In addition to governance, Michelle directs operations, manages office services and maintains the CMA headquarters. She has been with the CMA for 10 years, previously serving in the Center for Government Relations and Executive Management. (LinkedIn)


Center for Governance

The Center for Governance coordinates the Association’s physician decision-making bodies, including, but not limited to the Executive Committee, House of Delegates, Board of Trustees, and Councils and Subcommittees. The Center for Governance helps facilitate the smooth function of those bodies to enact business as well as ensuring compliance with relevant association policies and bylaws.




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