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ISA Headquarters posted on November 05, 2015 09:00

Elections for new officers to the ISA Governing Council (President, Vice Presidents, At-Large Representatives) are now open. The ISA officer election for the 2017-2018 term opens November 5th, 2015, and closes December 5th, 2015.  The following is a list of the nominated officers: Brett Ashley Leeds for president; Audie Klotz, Jennifer Sterling-Folker and Rorden Wilkinson for vice presidents;  and the following five candidates to stand in the election for our three at-large representative positions:  Belgin San Akca, Thomas Bernauer, Gunther Hellmann, David Hornsby and Omar McDoom.  

Please note that voting is only available for ISA members, so once the elections begin you will need to log in to our site to demonstrate eligibility. Once you have logged in, you will be able to access the voting form. ISA's Constitution requires a 15% turnout in order for the election to be valid. We will announce the winners on our news blog and in the December ISA newsletter. Thank you to the Nominating Committee for coordinating the election and to all the candidates for their willingness to stand.

You may view the candidates and vote here: http://www.isanet.org/ISA/Governance/Elections/2017-2018

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