Call for Candidates:TBIAA Inc. Board - Chamber Representative
The Chamber is looking for a candidate that has:
- A high level of knowledge about the local business community
- A strong professional network to realize business opportunities for the airport
- Leadership experience on previous boards, particularly those using the Carver Policy Governance model, since the Airport Authority uses the Carver model
- Strong ties to the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce, preference will be given to a past or current Board member.
- In keeping with Chamber Board term limit policies (6 years), successful representatives to the TBIAA may be approached to apply for a second three-year term. A third consecutive three-year term application will only be considered if the individual is acting as Chair or First Vice Chair for the TBIAA board.
Please forward expressions of interest and resumes to the Thunder Bay Chamber, Attn: Charla Robinson, President
- By mail to: 34 Cumberland St N, Suite 702, P7A 4L3, fax: 622-7752 or
- Email: email@example.com
The deadline to receive applications is Friday, February 28th at 4 pm. For questions or additional information, please call the Chamber at 624-2626.
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