APM board election 2015 [video]

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Posted by APM on 26th Sep 2015

 

 

APM members have no better opportunity to influence the future direction of the profession than to help chose who sits on the APM board. In a video interview, APM board member Sue Kershaw outlines the reasons why you should vote. 

This is your personal chance to have your say on what happens at APM. Secondly, it is an opportunity to select the strongest and most decisive board we can, who can lead our strategic direction and make sure that we are successful. Lastly, it is your voice - it’s the voice of the profession, so the more people who vote then the better outcome we will have.

The candidate statements from the five nominees for the three board vacancies will be instrumental in helping you make your decision. In addition to this you can read each candidate's response to a range of questions already posed to them and take part in the online forum with the candidates.

Eligible members of APM will shortly receive their voting packs and have until 12pm on Saturday 31st October 2015 to cast their vote. The results of the board election will announced at the APM Annual General Meeting on Monday 9th November 2015.

Voting has never been easier as there are three ways to cast your vote:

1.    Online: the quickest and easiest way is to vote online – all you need is your unique security code printed on your ballot paper.
2.    By SMS: simply send a text message from your mobile phone as instructed in the voting pack.
3.    By post: return your completed ballot paper in the pre-paid envelope.

We look forward to receiving your vote and welcoming your chosen candidates to the board in November.

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