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Community Champion

Board Elections

Has anyone seen the bios or platforms for any of the board candidates for this year.

 

I am curious what they offer and when any of them will stop by for one or two exchanges with us.

 

Elections are less than two months away.

 

d

 

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Contributor III

Re: Board Elections

I don't I've seen those in the past that far out from the elections.

 

Usually when the elections open up, there will be bios and their platforms (or their goals for the role) for each candidate as part of that.

 

This is what I've seen with other organizations as well.

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Michael Brown, CISSP, HCISPP, CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC, GSLC, GSTRT, ISSA Fellow
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Contributor III

Re: Board Elections

Also, in some groups, especially professional associations, to promote your candidacy before the election is seen as campaigning, and is either not allowed or frowned upon.

 

 

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Michael Brown, CISSP, HCISPP, CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC, GSLC, GSTRT, ISSA Fellow
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Community Champion

Re: Board Elections

The board announced their slate of candidates back  on June 12th via email (follows)

 

 

Dear Valued Member,

The election process for the (ISC)² Board of Directors is underway with voting to begin 15 September 2020. There are four board seats open this year. The following seven candidates have received the endorsement of the entire Board:
  • Biljana Cerin, CISSP (Croatia)
  • Tony Cole, CISSP, SSCP (United States) 
  • Thomas Kristmar, CISSP (Denmark)
  • Eiji Kuwana, CISSP (Japan)
  • Samara Moore, CISSP (United States)  
  • Jill Slay, CISSP (Australia)
  • Lisa Young, CISSP (United States)  


Their biographies and platforms will soon be available on the (ISC)² website.

The (ISC)² Bylaws provide an opportunity to petition to have your name added to the official election ballot for the Board of Directors. For those interested in submitting a petition, please find below an outline of the petitioning process and a recap of the election timeline.

Petition Instructions: (message clipped).

 

 

 

 

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Influencer I

Re: Board Elections

> emb021 (Contributor III) posted a new reply in Industry News on 07-21-2020 09:51

> Also, in some groups, especially professional associations, to promote your
> candidacy before the election is seen as campaigning, and is either not allowed
> or frowned upon.

Oh, I very much doubt that any of our Board members could *ever* be accused of
campaigning. It's almost impossible to get any of them to even *talk* to a
normal member.

But they, or the Powers-That-Be at ISC2 HQ, usually do post bios and "platforms"
on the Website, and that usually happens fairly early in July ...

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Community Champion

Re: Board Elections

@rslade 

>But they, or the Powers-That-Be at ISC2 HQ, usually do post bios and "platforms"
>on the Website, and that usually happens fairly early in July ...

 

I asked as I have not seen anything or any of the potential board members here......and it is late July....also not on the web site per the email.

 

d

 

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Community Champion

Re: Board Elections

Also note that on June 26, 2020 there was an email from (ISC)2 stating that there were two petitioners... the process is alive and well!

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Newcomer III

Re: Board Elections

There seems to be an error in Professor Slay's bio where it is stated that she was a Board Member between 2006 and 2012.  

https://www.isc2.org/-/media/ISC2/About/Leadership/Annual-Reports/isc2-annual-report-2011.ashx? (Page22)