[NA-Discuss] NARALO Executive Positions
avri at acm.org
Mon Jul 14 22:01:06 UTC 2014
yeah, that was made clear.
On 14-Jul-14 17:18, Alan Greenberg wrote:
> Avri, it has been the ALAC and NARALO practice essentially since the
> organizations started to treat positions for which there is only one
> candidate as acclaimed. The nominations were open for a full month prior
> to this action being taken.
> Moreover the rules for both organizations call for consensus decisions
> and only resorting to a vote if there is clearly no consensus (in both
> cases it is the Chair's call).
> We certainly could have a rule that all selections must go to a vote
> including "none of the above", but it is currently neither a rule nor
> tradition. Feel free to propose it.
> At 14/07/2014 04:06 PM, Avri Doria wrote:
>> I must say I find this whole quick acclimation on a phone call a bit
>> unfortunate, seems more like an informal club than the aggregate of
>> bottom up groups.
>> But be that as it may. congrats.
>> On 14-Jul-14 15:34, Glenn McKnight wrote:
>> > Hi All
>> > We are pleased to announce that Garth Bruen has been affirmed as
>> > returning Chair for NARALO. Evan Leibovitch has been
>> affirmed as
>> > secretariat and lastly Louis Houle is affirmed as the NOMCOM
>> > representative.
>> > All three individuals were affirmed since they were not
>> contested in
>> > our annual elections.
>> > Please take the opportunity to welcome and congratulate them and
>> > them well in the forthcoming year.
>> > The only election position will be for the ALAC position and the
>> > election starts on Wednesday of this week.
>> > Glenn McKnight
>> > NARALO Secretariat
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>> > *www.naralo.org <http://www.naralo.org>*
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