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News: Advisory Board voting to begin next week

CDI Strategies, January 19, 2012

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Look for special e-mail instructions in the coming week directing ACDIS members to an online voting page to determine the association’s four new advisory board members. The page will include the nominees’ background in CDI and information on why they are seeking election.

After careful review and secondary interviews of the applicants, the nomination committee has chosen nine individuals from which the entire ACDIS membership community will vote. Members must be logged into the site to select their choice for the four candidates they believe are the best fit for the association, and then cast their vote.
 
The results of the election will be announced in early February.
 
Previously, existing members of the Advisory Board selected the four incoming members of the board. Starting this year, the process of voting for new Advisory Board members includes a combination of a nomination committee and a vote of the ACDIS membership.
 
For information, contact ACDIS Director Brian Murphy at bmurphy@cdiassociation.com.



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