Enabling Change SIG committee election 2017/18 results

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Posted by Maya Creasey on 13th Jun 2017

The Enabling Change SIG online committee election closed on Thursday 16 June 2017 at 23:59hours.

The following committee nominees put themselves forward for election, and were voted onto the Enabling Change SIG by the fourteen APM individual members who participated in voting.

APM Enabling Change SIG committee results

Existing members:

  • Tim Beaumont
  • Parag Gogate
  • David Packham
  • Martin Taylor
  • Donna Unitt
  • Simon Williams

New members:

  • Kevin Lovett

After the first committee meeting for the 2017-2018 period held on Friday 21 July, role of Chair and Secretary were elected by the committee for the coming year. The full committee were present and nominations were sought for Chair and Secretary. Martin Taylor was nominated for Chair and Tim Beaumont was nominated for Secretary the roles they have both held this last year.  The committee unanimously elected as follows: Martin Taylor was elected as Chair, and Tim Beaumont was elected as Secretary.

On 9 August at the second committee meeting Martin Taylor proposed to co-opt Nick Walker and Roger Batho to the committee and all six in attendance unanimously voted them in.

The SIG's annual report for 2016/17 is attached for your reference as a reflection on the past year and also the SIG intentions going forwards.



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