July 1, 2003 - NPCA Group Leader's Listserv: Election Results in for NPCA Board of Directors

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Election Results in for NPCA Board of Directors

Read and comment on this email from Pete Johnson, the head of the NPCA's Nominations & Elections Committee with the results of the latest elections to the NPCA's Board of Directors. Congratulations to the new members of the Board. We'll see you in Portland in August. Read the email at:

Election Results in for NPCA Board of Directors*

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Election Results in for NPCA Board of Directors

The election results for the NPCA Board for 2003 are in and the candidates have been notified of the results as have the group leaders in the effected regions. The newly-elected board members become official in Portland, OR on August 1 and all have committed to being there. In addition the 3 by-law amendments passed with more than the necessary two-thirds of those voting having voted "yes".

The new or re-elected board members are:

MetroDC/Nationwide - Ken Hill re-elected unopposed thru 2006

Southeast - Helene Dudley of the South Florida group won in a 3 way race thru 2006

Heartland - Deb Most re-elected unopposed thru 2006 for her second term

Northwest - Robert Findlay of Olympia, WA ran as a petition candidate and is on thru 2006

Mid-Atlantic - Bruce Anderson of Charlotte NC was elected unopposed to a two year term thru 2005 (filling a vacancy due to resignation).

South Central - David Wessel of the Louisiana group was elected in a competitive race to a two year term thru 2005 (filling a vacancy due to resignation).

Great Lakes - Stephanie Arnold of Chicago was elected in a competitive race to a one year term thru 2004 (filling a vacancy due to resignation).

North & East Africa - Jim Solomon of Friends of Ethiopia & Eritrea was elected unopposed to a 3 year term thru 2006

Central & Southern Africa - Sandra Lauffer of Friends of Malawi (and DC) won election in a competitive race to a 3 year term thru 2006

Pete Johnson NPCA Nominations & Elections Committee

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