The IAC Annual Meeting date has been moved from April to July 2005 and will be held at the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, Wisconsin Fly-in. Since the results of the 2005 election of officers and directors is announced at the annual meeting, the deadline for nominations for IAC Board of Director candidates will now be due on May 16, 2005.
Up for re-election this year are two Officers (President and Vice President) and three Directors (Southeast Region, Southwest Region, and Mid-America Region). In order to run for a position on the IAC Board, candidates must be a member of EAA and IAC in good standing. To run for the IAC presidency, in addition to being a current member, the candidate must have been an active member for the past three years and have served a minimum of a one-year term on the IAC Board of Directors within the three years prior to nomination. All candidates must submit the following prior to the deadline:
1. Ten current IAC members’ signatures
3. Recent Photo
Candidate resumes should be one paragraph in length and should focus on personal background information and qualifications for office. Candidates may want to include answers to the following questions when writing a resume':
1. What are your qualifications for office?
2. What are your ideas for improving the financial strength of IAC?
3. What do you see as your responsibilities and role as a Director?
4. What are your views on increasing the IAC membership?
A nominating petition is available online in the member’s only section of the IAC website at http://members.iac.org. Forms should be sent to the IAC Nominations Chair, Ann Salcedo by May 16th, 2005 by e-mail at AnnSalcedoRN [at] aol.com
, or fax at 954-434-7498, or by regular mail at 20117 SW 54th Place, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33332.