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2006 Executive Council Input Society Election Process. Submitted by Larry Jones July 30-31, 2006 Marriott Hotel Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A. 2007-2008 Society Year Open Positions Officers – 2 years President ExecutiveVice President Executive Secretary Treasurer Directors – 4 years

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2006 executive council input society election process

2006 Executive Council InputSociety Election Process

Submitted by Larry Jones

July 30-31, 2006

Marriott Hotel

Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A.


2006 executive council meeting society election process

2007-2008 Society Year Open Positions

Officers – 2 years

President

ExecutiveVice President

Executive Secretary

Treasurer

Directors – 4 years

Education and Professional Development

Chapter Services

Conferences

No two consecutive full terms in the same office

No concurrent offices may be held

Term begins July 1, 2007 (new Society Year)

2006 Executive Council Meeting Society Election Process


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Nominating Committee

Appointed by Society President with advice and consent of the EC

Committee consist of at least 5 voting members

At least one must be a current or Past President of the Society

Chapter Participation

Nomination committee shall seek advice and recommendations from each chapter

Nominee Qualifications

Currently a Professional Member of the Society

Fellow member

Senior member

Member

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Process

Committee shall nominate at least two candidates for each open office

Committee shall nominate more candidates for Directors than the number of positions to be filled

Slate of nominees shall be approved by a quorum of the EC

Slate of nominees shall be submitted to the Executive Secretary NLT 7 months prior to the end of the second Society Year (Nov 30, 2006)

Nominee responsibilities

Provide suitable biographical information

Provide a photograph for publication in the JSS

Provide written acceptance of their nomination

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At-large nominations

Requires written petition of at least 30 members

Submitted to Executive Secretary for consideration by the Nomination Committee and Executive Council NLT 9 months prior to the end of term of office (Sept. 30, 2006)

Voting Process

Executive Secretary submits mail ballot to all voting members NLT 5 months prior to the end of the term of office (Jan. 31, 2007)

Election requires plurality of ballots received within 30 days of mailing (March 2, 2007)

Results tabulated by a committee of NLT 3 professional members

Results announced by letter or JSS announcement

All ballots must be available for review for a period of NLT 1 year following the election

2006 Executive Council Meeting Society Election Process


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