Annual Board of Directors Election

The SVTC’s Board of Directors is administratively divided into two groups, called classes, for governance purposes. Each year, the term of one of the classes expires. To prepare, the council (the members) holds elections in the spring of each year so that a new class of directors is elected and can be appointed by the board of directors before the end of the term on June 30th.

The spring 2023 Board of Directors’ election concerns class I. (SVTC BoD – by class, PDF)  The SVTC manages the nomination and election process via its Governance and Organization Committee, and all members who are in good standing will be invited to vote in late May 2023. (Individual invitation links to vote are emailed to each member.) The term for the to-be-elected class I of directors will begin on July 1, 2023 and is two years long. 

The process, dates, and links:

  • The SVTC Organization & Governance Committee has set the schedule for the election and received nominations from the public (by May 24).
  • The approved slate of candidates and their biographies will be posted below.
  • Eligible SVTC members will be invited to vote -using a special one-time link- which will be sent to each member by email. Each member, whether individual or corporate, receives one vote per membership.
  • The process concludes at the Annual Meeting of the members. (June 1, 2023, at the Wood Grill, Harrisonburg)
  • The SVTC BoD meets before June 30, 2022 to review the election and to appoint directors to the 2-year term (which starts July 1, 2022).

Listing of the full board of directors, and executive committee (by class) (pdf)

The short bios of each candidate will be listed below

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