SBE Releases Nominee Slate for 2011 Elections

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Indianapolis - May 16, 2011 - A slate of candidates has been submitted by the Society of Broadcast Engineers Nominations Committee for the upcoming 2011 election of the national board of directors.

Candidates for officer positions:

  • President - Ralph Hogan - Chapter 117
  • Vice-President - Jeffery Smith - Chapter 15
  • Secretary - James Leifer - Chapter 53
  • Treasurer - Jerry Massey - Chapter 86

    Candidates for directors:
    Raymond Benedict - Chapter 37
    Paul Burnham - Chapter 58
    John Demshock - Chapter 42
    Mark Heller - Chapter 80
    David Priester - Chapter 140
    Joe Snelson - Chapter 128
    Gary Stigall - Chapter 36
    Conrad Trautmann - Chapter 15

    The SBE by-laws provide that members may nominate additional candidates. To do so, candidates must be proposed by 10 voting members. Forward nominations with a statement that the proposed candidate approves the candidacy and will serve if elected to Ted Hand, national SBE secretary and chairman of the SBE Nominations Committee at by 11:59 p.m. EDT on July 11. Ballots will be sent to all SBE voting members from the Indianapolis office by July 25, 2011, and must be returned by August 25, 2011.

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