Annual General Meeting and Call for Office-holders and other Executive Committee Positions
Annual General Meeting
The Global Product Stewardship Council is holding its Annual General Meeting via webconference at 0700 Eastern Standard Time in Australia on Tuesday, 11 December 2012. Due to time zone differences, this equates to the following:
- 2000 on Monday, 10 December in London
- 1500 on Monday, 10 December in Boston and Toronto
- 1400 on Monday, 10 December in Minneapolis
- 1200 on Monday, 10 December in Vancouver
Email email@example.com to register for participation in the AGM. While multiple representatives of member organisations are welcome to participate in the AGM, each organisation is entitled to one vote only. Participation details will be emailed to you once registered.
Items to be addressed during the AGM include:
- President’s report on Council activities during the last preceding financial year
- Member feedback / Q&A on Council member services
- Financial statement
- Election of office-holders and other Executive Committee Positions
Call for Office-holders and other Executive Committee Positions
In accordance with the Rules of the Global Product Stewardship Council, nominations for office-holders and other Executive Committee positions are now open. Only paid-up full Council members may nominate a candidate, or be nominated as a candidate.
The term of office of all currently elected Council officers and Executive Committee members will expire at the conclusion of the AGM. Nominations are called for the following positions (current office-holders are listed), to be in effect for one year:
- President (Russ Martin)
- Vice-President (David Perchard)
- Treasurer (Rose Read)
- Secretary (Russ Martin)
The Executive Committee currently comprises the office-holders plus Scott Cassel, Garth Hickle, Neil Hastie and Ed Cordner. All current office-holders and Executive Committee members have opted to run for re-election, as allowed under Council Rules.
Nominations for office-holders and committee members must be made in writing, signed by 2 members of the Council and accompanied by the written consent of the candidate. Candidates will be required to provide a recent high-resolution digital photograph and a statement of no more than 100 words in support of their candidature.
Nominations should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3 December 2012.