From the Nominating Committee
Dear Members, Honorary Members and Emeritus Members,
Every year, the Nominations Committee chooses the slate for the Board of Directors that everyone eventually votes on at our MTA Annual Meeting (next Annual meeting in May-June, 2008). While thanking previously members who have served, the Committee is now totally open and I therefore need to hear from Members, Honorary Members and Emeritus Members who would like to serve on this important committee.
It is not too cumbersome a job but it is a key one since you will chose potential Board members that ultimately drive and lead the MTA in the future. For a more detailed explanation of the MTA Nominating Committee and its processes, please refer to the MTA By-Laws, Section BL 7.02 E. (Can be found in the “Mission” Section of our web-site).
I encourage all Members to apply, especially those Members outside the USA. I would really like to see this Committee reflect the diversity of the MTA membership.
Would all those interested please drop me an email with a very brief explanation of why you would like to serve and just a little about your background.
Please contact me at email@example.com
Jordan Kotick, CMT
Nominating Committee Chair & Board Member
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