2015 AIA San Diego – SLATE OF OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS

MEMBER ANNOUNCEMENT

2015 AIA San Diego SLATE OF OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS

OFFICERS

President*
Michael Roush, AIA

Vice-President/Pres-Elect
Dan Stewart, AIA

Secretary/Treasurer
Richard Nowicki, AIA

COMMISSIONERS

Advocacy
Philip Bona, AIA (2nd year of term)

Membership
Sue Skala, AIA

Practice
Katherine Lord, AIA

Public Awareness
Douglas Austin, FAIA (2nd year of term)

Emerging Professionals
Kevin Bussett, Assoc AIA

AIACC DIRECTORS**

President
Michael Roush, AIA

President-Elect
Dan Stewart, AIA

Immediate Past President
Matthew Geaman, AIA

*          Automatically succeeds from president-elect position.  Not put to the membership for a vote.

**     The chapter’s three AIACC directors, per our chapter bylaws, are the president, president-elect, and immediate past president.  In effect, they are ex-officio positions.

 

TIMELINE:

May 30        President and President-Elect determine composition of Nominating Committee.

Jul 21        Nominations due from Committee.

Jul 24        Nominating Committee requests the AIASD Board approve the proposed slate at July 24 Board of Directors meeting.

Jul 24        AIASD Board-approved slate mailed to members 60 days before election.

Aug 19        Deadline for additional nominations from the members. (Requires five letters/nominations
from members in good standing as well as an electronic profile to be distributed to the membership).

Aug 23        If no additional nominations received, Board Secretary can cast one ballot on behalf of all members for any/all uncontested seats.

Sep 3        Distribute ballots and post electronic profiles. (Only when additional nominations occur.)

Sep 16        Deadline for votes to arrive (if a mail ballot has been sent).

Sep 23        Annual Meeting/Election if Needed; votes tabulated and President declares elections.

Overview of the Nominating/Election Process for the 2015 Board of Directors

BYLAWS SECTION 4.3

(4.31)       Nominations.  [Committee’s] slate shall be approved by the Board of Directors and published in the Chapter newsletter at least 60 days prior to the election.  Noticed in this same publication will be the qualifications for each officer/director position and a time schedule and procedure that would allow more names to be added to the slate by the general membership. All Institute assigned members, in good standing, may be added to the Nominating Committee’s slate by producing letters from five (5) Institute assigned members (in good standing) nominating him/her for a specific officer or director position. Additional nominations are to be received by the Chapter no later than 25 days
after the mailing of the Chapter’s newsletter announcing the Nominating Committee’s slate. Profiles of all qualified candidates shall be published in the Chapter’s newsletter and mailed to the membership 20 days prior to the election.

(4.32)       Voting; When Required.  If there is only one nominee for any office or directorship, 20 days before the election, the Secretary may cast a ballot for the full number of votes of the membership for the said nominee, whereupon the President shall declare the candidate(s) elected by acclamation. Otherwise, each contested office and directorship shall be placed on ballots for the voting thereof. Such voting shall be by ballot in accordance with the provisions of these bylaws.