2012 AIGA Charlotte Board Nominations

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So, you attend AIGA Charlotte events pretty regularly. You’ve volunteered a couple times to help out. You may even be involved as a mentor in our Mentor program. If you are still looking to make more of a difference in the Charlotte design community and be more involved in our chapter, AIGA Charlotte wants you!

AIGA Charlotte invites you to get further involved with our Chapter as we begin the election process for open positions on our 2012-2013/14 Board of Directors. We are seeking dedicated design professionals with a passion for advancing our craft and strengthening our creative community.

To nominate yourself or someone else, please send an email to the Nominating Committee with the name of the individual, their email address, their phone number, and a brief statement sharing why you’d like to join AIGA Charlotte’s Board of Directors or a brief recommendation of why the person you are nominating is a good candidate. You do not need to nominate an individual for a specific position. AIGA Charlotte’s Nominating Committee will be tasked with matching nominees to appropriate positions.

Nominees will then be contacted by a Board representative and asked to participate in an informational interview session in May. At this session, current Board members will discuss the available positions and the responsibilities attached to those roles. Nominees will participate in informal discussions with current Board members to help determine the best fit for each nominee.

To be eligible, individuals must be active an active member of the Charlotte Chapter of AIGA and must be good stewards of AIGA’s Standards of Professional Practice.

If you have any questions about the responsibilities of being a Board member, please contact AIGA Charlotte’s Vice President of Communications, Rhonda Sergeant.

The nominations close May 12th.

We look forward to hearing from you.

By aigacharlotte
Published May 2, 2012
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