First Slate of Board Nominations Approved
Additional nominations will be accepted in writing with 10 signatures until Friday August 31st.
In accordance with Section 4:17 of the By-Laws of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce, the Board of Directors has approved the following slate of nominees to fill (4) four positions open for the 2018-2021 term.
- Anne Antenucci – Salvation Army Community & Residential Services
- Andrew Berringer – Halfway Motors Power Sports
- Ken Boshcoff – Sign Face Systems Inc.
- Riley Burton – Confederation College
- Melissa Hardy-Giles – Hardy Giles Consulting|ORIGIN
- Lorne Kellar – Santorelli Husky Travel Centre
- Linda Kelly – Kelly Mental Health
- Norman Legault – Resolute Forest Products
- Myles Nucci – Royal Bank
- Andrew Shaver – UCB Canada
The general membership may exercise their option to nominate additional members who would then stand for election against the above listed individuals for one of the four positions.
Additional nominations, which must be consented to in writing, with 10 signatures of ten other members in good standing. Nominations must be received in the Chamber office by Friday, August 31, 2018. Please contact the Chamber office for an official nomination form for signatures.
See more information about the Responsibilities of a Board Director and Code of Conduct.
For additional information or to submit a nomination, please call the Chamber office at 624-2626 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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