APM board election 2011

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Posted by APM on 26th Sep 2011

APM election season is now upon us, when the membership will decide who will represent their needs as part of the APM board. Voting will be open to Full and Fellow members of APM, who will receive their voting papers during the week commencing 26th September. Voting closes on the 28th October, with the results announced at the APM AGM on the 7th November.

To help make your mind up, you can visit the 2011 board election group on the APM website, where you can read biographies for each of the nominees and get in touch with them if theres a particular area that concerns you. This years nominees are:

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