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Posted by APM on 8th Nov 2011

Keep going; that was the message last night from the APM membership as the four board vacancies in the APM trustee elections were filled by the four candidates standing for re-election.

A total of six people were standing for the four vacancies, with the membership voting Jonathan Simcock, Mary McKinlay, John Gordon and Charles Egbu back in to roll out the associations new 2020 Strategy.

Three weeks after chairman Mike Nichols revealed an ambitious new vision for the profession - a world in which all projects succeed - the 12,022 eligible voters; APM full members, gave a firm endorsement for the direction the Association is taking.

2012 is set to be a landmark year for the association, along with APMs 40th anniversary, next year will see the launch of the APM Body of Knowledge 6th edition and APM fulfilling its role as a Learning Legacy partner for the London 2012 Olympics. This alongside it dedicated progress towards achieving Chartered status on behalf of the profession.

Mike Nichols, speaking at the AGM being held at Ibis House in Princes Risborough also paid tribute to Dr Martin Barnes CBE, who was awarded an International Honorary Fellowship by the Australian Institute of Project Management at the IPMA World Congress in Brisbane recently. APM vice-President Miles Shepherd was also awarded an International Honorary Fellowship at the congress last month.

Full details of the AGM will be released shortly.

Full result

Jonathan Simcock.............1165       Elected
Mary McKinlay...................1072       Elected
John Gordon.......................967       Elected
Charles Egbu.......................912       Elected
Steve Wake.......................661    
Nick Johns.........................601

A full list of board members can be found here.

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