Election Committee – call for volunteers!

Hi everyone!

As discussed at our February chapter meeting, we are looking for 2 individuals to volunteer on our election committee to steer the upcoming Board election for the role of President.

To qualify for the election committee, you need to be an (ISC)² member in good standing who has been active with the Chapter this year (e.g. attended at least one event this year). Preference will be given to fully credentialed (ISC)² members.

If you are not a credential holder or an Associate of (ISC)², you are not eligible for the committee. However, you would be able to help us administer the voting survey link, validate (ISC)² membership of the voters, and other tasks that demand objectivity and independence from voting members, so your application would be welcome as well.

Please submit your application to [email protected] with the following information by March 1, 2020 at 12PM:

  1. Subject line: Election Committee Application – [Your Name]
  2. Your full name
  3. Your (ISC)² number
  4. Why you are interested in helping with the election process (max. 50-100 words)
  5. Skills and past experience that would help you with this duty (max. 200 words, or attach a resume)
  6. Your contributions to the Chapter this year, as applicable (max. 200 words)

More information about the Election Committee: 

  • The Election Committee will meet on a weekly basis from March 2 to April 15 to help the election process
  • Approximate commitment: 30 min per week
  • Duties include:
    • Review and finalize the mechanics of the election process
    • Review candidate profiles and vote on candidates who are eligible to run for the position of President
    • Oversee the election to ensure a fair and transparent process
    • May not run in the election, nor vote in the election
  • Some support from April 15 to April 30 to assist with the transition of the board team

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected] or [email protected]

Best regards,
The (ISC)² Toronto Chapter Team

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