Dr. Marjaneh Issapour, the Chair of the IEEE Long Island section, announced the Call for Nominations for the Section’s 2018 officer positions is now open, and appointed the Nominating Committee members:
- Marjaneh Issapour;
- Nick Golas;
- Nazrul Islam.
Nominations deadline: June 30, 2017
How to nominate: send an email to email@example.com, or contact any of the Nominating Committee members via email.
To be eligible, a nominee must be:
- an IEEE Long Island Section member in good standing;
- of IEEE Member grade or higher;
- reside within the geographic boundaries of the Long Island Section (Nassau and Suffolk counties).
IEEE Long Island Section has seven officer positions. The following officer positions are up for election:
- 1st Vice Chair
- 2nd Vice Chair
The following officer positions are filled in accordance with the Section’s Bylaws and are not up for election:
- Junior Past Chair
- Senior Past Chair
The terms of these officers are one year, extending from January 1 to December 31. Exceptionally, an officer’s term shall continue until a successor is duly elected and takes office, but not for longer than two consecutive years.
Service as a volunteer on the Section’s Executive Committee in an officer position is a chance to help drive the decisions of our professional association and shape the future of our Section, associated Chapters and Groups, and the IEEE organization as a whole. The opportunity to work with other leaders in the Section’s Executive Committee allows one to be on the cutting edge of membership concerns and to be part of the decision-making process on the regional level, driving the strategic goals or the organization. It is an exciting time to join the leadership of the Section and help us move into our ambitious future.
Our Section is driven by volunteers, contributing their time and efforts to benefit all Long Island professionals, not only IEEE Section members. Your assistance in identifying outstanding professional and community leaders willing to serve our Section is essential for the productive operation of the Section.
Self-nominations are perfectly acceptable. Serving on the Section’s Executive Committee in any capacity is a valuable personal experience and the experience valued in the industry always on the lookout for effective and experienced leaders.
To help with the understanding of the officer’s responsibilities and expectations, please see the newly created document “Section Officer Position Description” published on the Section’s website here and in the June 2017 edition of Pulse.
Here is the message from Dr. Marjaneh Issapour, IEEE Long Island Section Chair:
Davor Dokonal, Editor