2022 Election of Vice Presidents

Author: Dr Kristy MacDonald

Date published

12 July 2022

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2022 Election of Vice Presidents

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Dr Kristy MacDonald

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12 July 2022

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Dr Kristy MacDonald

The first stage of the 2022 election process has completed. Find out more about the second stage of the 2022 elections.

As per the outcome report, we have three excellent candidates, elected by the UK & Europe electoral region, standing for election as Vice-President (UK & Europe). There are two vacancies and all voting Members across the world may cast their votes in the second stage of the 2022 election process.

The second stage of the 2022 elections

All voting members will shortly receive (on the 18th July) an email from CIVICA, the Institution’s independent electoral provider. Your email will contain a unique reference code to enable you to vote securely and in confidence.
 
Vice-President (UK & Europe) – 3 candidates for 2 vacancies
Council Member 2023 – 2025 – 8 candidates for 4 vacancies.
 
Your vote is very important, ensuring that the elected Vice Presidents and Council Members are supported by you and your fellow members, ensuring continued inclusivity, and representation of all members, on the IStructE Board and Council.
 
Please vote! With best wishes,
 
Dr Kristy MacDonald
Board Secretary


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