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- international co-op principles
- board of directors
- policy governance document
Board of Directors
Elections for open seats on the board are held yearly at our Annual Member Meeting.Voting for your Board of Directors is an important part of what it means to be a Member-Owner of a Co-op!
If you would like to contact our Board of Directors at anytime, please email email@example.com.
Here is an overview of the nomination and election process.
·The overarching duties of the Board of Directors are to direct and control the MMC’s business and affairs in the interests of the members.
·There shall be a minimum of nine Directors.
·Applications will be accepted from interested MMC members in good standing and who are not presently employees of the MMC.
·The Nominations Committee, a standing committee of the Board, will interview the applicants. The Committee will present the applicant information to the full Board who will then approve a slate of candidates.
·The slate of candidates will be placed on a ballot to be voted on by the full membership.
·The ballots will be counted and the outcome are announced at the Annual Meeting held in April.
·The term of the newly elected Directors begins 30 days after the election.
·The length of terms shall be for three years with the possibility of re-election for a second three-year term.
·The Secretary of the Board of Directors handles election proceedings.
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