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Nominations and Elections Committee
The role of the NOBCChE Nomination and Elections Committee (NEC) is to identify and select candidates who can provide quality leadership to NOBCChE. The composition of this committee is restricted to at least three (3) members of the Executive Board. The Chairman of this committee shall be appointed by the Chairman of the Executive Board.
NEC Roles and Responsibilities
Committee Chairman: Contact Dr. Vincent Ortiz. If you have election questions or feedback, please email the chair at email@example.com.
NEC Important Election Dates
How to Vote
Ballots for open positions to the Executive Board will be distributed electronically on April 15 of the current election year to all NOBCChE members eligible to vote. Information on how to vote online or by mail, and how to request a new or replacement ballot, will be posted on the NOBCChE elections site at that time.
To be eligible to vote in National Elections, you must be a regular member in good financial standing by March 15, 2017 11:59 pm PST
To be an eligible candidate, your nomination must be officially accepted by the elections committee and you must be a regular member in good financial standing by December 31, 2016 11:59 PST. Selected candidates will be asked to submit a candidate packet to the NEC. Nominations, biographical information, and statements must be uploaded electronically via the NOBCChE website by February 24, 2017. Candidate packets received after this date will not be accepted.
Nominations for Open Positions
The role of the NOBCChE Nomination and Elections Committee (NEC) is to identify and select candidates who can provide quality leadership to NOBCChE. If you would like to suggest yourself or another member for consideration, please click here to submit your suggestion to the committee. Any NOBCChE member in good financial standing may suggest a potential candidate. All potential candidates must adhere to the eligibility requirements and are subjected to review by the committee.
Past Election Information
To see past election information, visit our NOBCChE Elections archive site.