The Nominations Committee has announced the slate of candidates for the upcoming 2011-2013 Board of Directors election. This year the membership will elect a President-elect (3-year term, President-elect, President, and Immediate Past President) and two Directors (2-year term). They will join the President, three continuing Board members, and the non-voting Immediate Past President and Executive Director, who make up the nine-member Board.

The slate was developed by the Nominations Committee, which received nominations from the membership and determined the willingness of those nominated to run. All the candidates meet the qualifications and criteria of the positions. For further information on the qualifications and criteria of each candidate, visit 2011 Candidates.

As a reminder, ISPI holds its annual Board election electronically, and active members vote for candidates to the Board online. Your link to the “voting booth” will be sent via email on January 18, 2011. It is, therefore, important for ISPI to have your most current email address. To review your record, visit www.ispi.org and click on Login. Or, you may call us at 301.587.8570.

The candidates for the 2011-2013 Board of Directors, listed in random order, are:

President-elect

Jack Phillips 2011 Election Photo

Jack Phillips, PhD

Carol Lynn Judge 2011 Election Photo

Carol Lynn Judge, CPT

Director

Gregory Nell 2011 Election PhotoGregory Nell

Stephanie Fuentes 2011 Election PhotoStephanie Christine G. Fuentes, PhD

Steven Kelly 2011 Election Photo

Steven J. Kelly, CPT

Ingrid Guerra Lopez 2011 Election Photo

Ingrid Guerra-López, PhD

Thank You Nominations Committee
ISPI would like to thank the members of this year’s Nominations Committee for their hard work. The committee consisted of Anne Apking (Chair), Eileen Banchoff, Jennifer Eichenberg, Lynn Kearny, Kenneth Dutkiewicz, and Harold Stolovitch.

In addition, ISPI would like to commend all the nominees for their willingness to serve the Society. The committee received more well-qualified nominees than the final ballot required and selecting the candidates was difficult.