2016 Call for Nominations: CPMT Board of Governers
Positions open for election:
The CPMT Board of Governors (BoG) includes 18 Members-at-Large, elected by the full voting membership of the Society. The three-year terms of the Members-at-Large are staggered -- so that six Members-at-Large to the Board of Governors are elected annually.
Each Region/grouping of Regions will have a separate slate of candidates from that Region. Voting members will elect members-at-large from within their Region only (that is, members in Region 8 vote for Members-at-Large from Region 8, members in Region 10 vote for Members-at-Large from Region 10; etc.)
EligibilityCandidates for Member-at-Large must:
- be current member of both IEEE and CPMT
- be willing to attend two annual Board meetings
- be willing to participate actively in areas of their interest (publications, conferences, membership development, chapter development, etc.)
Candidates for election to Member-at-Large positions are selected in two ways -- either by the Society Nominations Committee, or by Candidate petition.
Selection via Nominations Committee
Self-nominations are allowed. If nominating someone other than yourself, it must be confirmed that the person is interested in being considered for the slate of candidates and willing to serve if elected.
- Brief biography, including employment/technical background, service to IEEE and CPMT Society/CPMT Society activities, education, other information (awards, other Society memberships, etc).
- Statement of interest (addressing areas/activities of the CPMT Society in which nominee would like to participate or contribute).
- Biography plus statement of interest should not exceed 525 words. Biography must be in paragraph format.
- Additional information/documentation (CV, resume) may be submitted in addition to the brief biography.
- Confirmation of active 2016 IEEE and CPMT membership.
- Photograph (digital) of candidate.
Selection via Petition
Submission of a petition nominating a CPMT Society member in good standing and supported by the identifiable signatures of at least 2% of the eligible voters shall automatically place that member's name on the slate. The minimum number of signatures required is 43 CPMT Society eligible voters (members in good standing above the grade of Student.) Petition candidates are responsible for compiling their own contact list for signature. The CPMT Executive Office will not provide candidates with a list of CPMT members.
- Request establishment of electronic petition process, allowing signatures to be collected on-line. Potential petition candidates must contact Society Executive Office - email@example.com to implement electronic petition process. Petition deadline will be Friday 22 July 2016.
- Prepare a petition that contains candidate name, member number, and statement of candidate qualifications for office.
- Provide lines for signatories. Each line should include space for a printed name, member number, and signature.
- Membership status of all signatories will be validated. It is suggested that the candidate gather more than 43 signatures in order to assure meeting the minimum required number of valid signatures.
- Submit petition by mail no later than Friday, 22 July 2016 to: