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You have a lot going on in your life with work, home and everything else in between. So, why should you take the time to vote in the (ISC)² Board of Directors election?
This month, four seats on the (ISC)² Board of Directors will be filled by qualified volunteers who will join the rest of the board to provide governance and oversight for the organization, grant certifications to qualifying candidates, review and approve proposed new credentials or changes to existing credentials, and enforce adherence to the (ISC)² Code of Ethics.
Board members determine policies, develop procedures, and provide strategic direction for (ISC)². Members of the (ISC)² Board of Directors serve three-year terms, which are staggered so that one-third of the board stands for election each year. This provides continuity of leadership and stewardship. Board members also act as evangelists for the organization and the (ISC)² mission.
Candidates for the (ISC)² Board of Directors (in alphabetical order by first name):
Ajoy S. Kumar Dan Glass David Kennedy Hiroshi Yasuda Kevin Charest Richard Mogull Wim Remes
The candidates are qualified to serve and are willing to utilize their time to improve (ISC)². They are members in good standing who have established records of leadership, have experience managing or directing strategic programs across enterprises, and have earned the respect and trust of their peers. You can find out more about the candidates by reading their bios: https://www.isc2.org/board-slate/default.aspx .
All members who are in good standing, as of July 19, 2015 and the start date of the election, have the right to vote in the (ISC)² board election . Electronic voting officially started on November 16 at 8:00 a.m. EST, and will continue until November 30 at 5:00 p.m. EST. The newly elected board members will be announced early in December, and they will officially begin their terms on January 1, 2016.
Why vote? As a member in good standing, it is your right to participate in the election by casting your vote for the persons you feel would do the best work for (ISC)², and who would advance the organization on your behalf.