WCTA Director Nominations Deadline
An election of the WCTA Board of Directors will take place Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at the Annual General Meeting to be held during the 52nd Annual Conference and Trade Show in Victoria, BC.
DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS IS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2015.
Simply send current Past President, Keith Lyall, an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to put your name forward.
Every association needs diverse representation of its members. The WCTA is in a state of dynamic change making it a great time to be involved. It's time for new ideas and directions, time to step-up and get involved with the Industry that continues to do so much for all of us.
As an elected member of the Board, your voice represents WCTA members, the golf and sportsturf management industry and impacts the future direction of our association.
What are the requirements?
-You must be a member in good standing of the WCTA.
-You must care about what the WCTA stands for and be able to commit to at least two years of service on the Board of Directors.
-Be willing and able to attend up to nine board meetings per year.
-Be willing to step out of your comfort zone, learn new things and be solution oriented.
-Be willing to share and exchange ideas for the advancement of all members of the Association.
-Be willing to participate in a committee.
This is not a complete list. In general, Directors are leaders, those willing to step-up for the benefit of everyone by contributing time, knowledge and expertise in an effort to further the industry as a whole.
What is in it for you?
-Network with people from all walks of the industry and from different geographic areas.
-Get to know what others think, get to know the industry issues.
-Provide input and direction for the association, learn how an association works and how to be a leader.
-Have your conference registration paid for.
This isn't a complete list either. Numerous untold benefits come from involving yourself as a Director of any association and without volunteer leaders, we simply would not exist.
Thank you for your consideration.