Please take some time to review the candidates and their qualifications, along with their ideas for moving URISA forward, and vote by 5:00 PM Pacific Time on Thursday, August 20.
You have a very important responsibility … selecting the individuals who will represent you, and the organization overall, on the URISA Board of Directors. Following is the list of candidates for URISA President-Elect and for Directors on the Board. Those individuals who are elected will begin their three-year terms at the close of GIS-Pro 2015 in Spokane this October.
Tripp Corbin, GISP (eGIS Associates, Inc – Dacula, Georgia)
Kim McDonough, GISP (Tennessee Department of Transportation – Nashville, Tennessee)
FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS (to fill 3 positions):
Stephen Berry, GISP (Clark County Consortium for GIS – Winchester, KY)
Keri Brennan, GISP (The Schneider Corporation – Indianapolis, Indiana)
Corey Halford, GISP (City of Airdrie – Alberta Canada)
Alex Hepp (EagleView/Pictometry – Rochester, New York)
Brent Jones (Esri – Vienna, Virginia)
Donna Phillips, GISP (City of Hayden, Idaho)
Each candidate has provided information about his/her professional background, education, and activities, along with his/her vision for URISA. Please read and thoughtfully consider each candidate’s qualifications and be sure to note your choices so that you may quickly complete the electronic ballot. The information (biography and statements) is NOT repeated on the ballot.
Get to Know the Candidates
Again, after you have decided which candidates you wish to vote for, proceed to the ballot and cast your vote by August 20.
Important Note: for verification purposes on the ballot, you will be asked to fill in your URISA Member ID Number and your Last Name. email URISA if you need your Member ID number.
CAST YOUR VOTE
Thank you in advance for your participation. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Executive Director, URISA
P.S. If you wish to cast your vote using a printed ballot, please let me know right away. We’ll send you a copy promptly.