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Full and Honorary Members: Vote By November 22nd.

11 Nov 2020 9:03 PM | Travis Atkinson

If you are a Full or Honorary Member of ISST, please be sure to vote by November 22nd.

The ISST Election Committee, consisting of Kerry Beckley and Alexandra Yaltonskaya, nominated by the ISST Executive Board, is pleased to announce the opening of the 2020 ISST Executive Board Elections.

Executive board elections take place every two years. The ISST Executive Board consists of eight positions. Please note that seven of the current Board Members have announced they will be stepping down from their current positions.

As of November 8, 2020, active ISST Full and Honorary Members should have received log-in information via email to access ISST's voting ballot. You may submit your vote through the end of November 22, 2020 (11:59 pm CET).

If you did not receive an email with access to the ballot, please email:

For questions regarding the ISST Election Committee and the voting procedure, please refer to the ISST statutes at: STATUTES

You may also review the ISST Election Regulations at: REGULATIONS

Please read the rules to find out more about the election procedure: ELECTION RULES

Scroll or swipe down to see a list of the official nominations for 2020, along with the first two paragraphs of their personal statements. You can read the entirety of their personal statements on the ISST website. Only active ISST Full and Honorary Members are eligible to vote.

Again, if you did not receive an email with access to the ballot, please email: NEED BALLOT

Kind regards from the ISST Election Committee,
Kerry Beckley, Chair
Alexandra Yaltonskaya

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Timetable: 2020 ISST Executive Board Election
November 8 to November 22
Voting period.
November 26 (or earlier)
Announcement of successful candidates after they confirm their willingness to serve. Winning candidates have three days to formally accept the position.
December 1
Run-off elections, if needed.

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