Systems Thinking SIG committee election 2018/19 results

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Posted by Maya Creasey on 13th Jul 2018

The Systems Thinking SIG online committee election closed on Thursday 12 July 2018 at 23:59hours.

The following committee nominees put themselves forward for election, and were voted onto the Systems Thinking SIG with a majority result, 7 of the 9 APM individual members who participated in voting.

APM Systems Thinking SIG 2018/19 committee results

Existing members:

  • Kasun Chandrasekara
  • David Cole
  • Doug Cowper
  • Frank Curtolo
  • Michael Emes
  • Andrew Gray
  • Helen Nasser
  • Tony Thornburn
  • Darren Ward
  • Andrew Wright
  • Baney Young

New members:

  • Ifonima Essien


Following the online election, at the first committee meeting for the 2018/19 period the committee will elect the roles of Chair and Secretary.

Those on the current committee who will be changing their officer role this year, will continue in role and on the committee until Friday 31 August 2018 at 23:59hours for the handover and shadowing window.

Everyone who stood on the committee for 2017/18 put themselves forward to continue this year, 2018/19.

The new committee of voted on members for 2018/19, including those elected to the role of Chair and Secretary will formally begin their roles from Saturday 1 September 2018.

The Systems Thinking SIG’s annual report for 2017/18 will be attached here shortly for your reference as a reflection on the past year and also of the SIGs intentions going forwards.


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