APM Board election 2013 results
Posted by APM on 11th Nov 2013
The APM Board will welcome three new and one returning member when it convenes on Tuesday following the 2013 Annual General Meeting held at APMs offices in Princes Risborough.
The election result, which was announced by APM acting company secretary Peter Van Duzer at the meeting, saw Kevin Barton, Susie Boyce and Christine Burt joining the board alongside Rod Baker who returns after a year.
The new members replace Alistair Godbold and David Hart, along with chairman Mike Nichols who chose not to stand for re-election, and Keith Robinson who resigned from the board due to time pressures last year.
The election saw a slight increase in the number of members casting their vote; the 1,683 votes gave a turnout of 13.5%. This was a marginal increase of 0.1% compared 2012. There was a slight increase in the proportion of members voting online.
The turnout compares favourably when benchmarked against the Institution of Engineering and Technology (10.3%), British Computer Society (7.42%) and Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (6.3%).
Rod Baker has previously sat on the APM board and APM Council, he is also on the board of GAPPS and a director of APM Group.
Kevin Barton is Maritime Projects Director within Mouchel. He is an RPP Assessor and Verifier, and member of the APM Membership Committee. He is a Chartered Civil Engineer, Certificated Project Manager, Registered Project Professional and an APM Fellow.
Susie Boyce has been a committee member of the APM Women in Project Management SIG for eight years and was joint-chair for two. She is currently Director, Clinical Project Management with a global company overseeing projects across the globe.
Christine Burt has been a project manager since 1999 originally managing IT projects; infrastructure rollouts and software implementations. She now manages portfolios of projects and programmes on an interim basis. Christine was an APM Committee member from 2008 to 2010 of the APM Swindon Chapter within the Thames Valley branch.
The four new members join current board members Sarah Coleman, Professor Charles Egbu, John Gordon, Alan Macklin, Mary McKinlay, Monica Sasso, Fernande Van Schelle, Jonathan Simcock and Steve Wake.
Full details of the AGM will be available shortly.
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