BICSI elects 2016-2018 board members

Oct. 5, 2015
A new president-elect, treasurer, and regional directors for the U.S. North-Central and Northeast will be inaugurated February 2 during the BICSI Winter Conference and Exhibition.

Throughout the month of September BICSI members had the opportunity to vote for four positions on the association’s board of directors for two-year terms spanning 2016-2018. On October 2 BICSI announced the election results; the following individuals will be inaugurated into their respective positions on February 2, 2016, during BICSI’s Winter Conference and Exhibition. (Click each electee’s name to see a profile.)

BICSI President Michael Collins, RCDD, RTPM, CCDA, NCE said, “On behalf of the rest of the board of directors, I’d like to congratulate these newly elected board members. Assuming a volunteer role within BICSI can mean a lot of work, but the rewards are well worth it. Those who serve on the BICSI board work tirelessly to help shape the future of the industry. Together, we look forward to serving the BICSI membership and working toward our common goal of advancing the information and communications technology community. I would also like to extend a special thanks to the members of the nominations committee, whose hard work produced such an outstanding field of board candidates.”

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