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Monday, September 13, 2010


The ballot materials for the Board of Directors elections were mailed on September 2nd, so if you’re a voting member, you have probably received your packet by now. Be sure and complete the ballot and return it to ISA headquarters, postmarked no later than Monday, September 27, 2010.

Many thanks go to a dedicated and focused Nominating Committee who gave time, thought and effort to choosing a stellar ballot of candidate leaders for the Board of Directors positions. The present ballot represents individuals with exceptional skills in many areas. The committee concentrated on choosing those candidates with proven speaking and presenting skills as communication is the key to leadership. We also strongly considered those who demonstrated an understanding and capability with the ‘new technology’ and who held the promise of bringing the membership up-to-the-minute in our complex world. We held in highest regard those candidates whose professional life and commitment was clearly exemplary, as the representation by those who know and appreciate what appraisers do on a day to day basis is so important to our membership. Luckily, we found many candidates that fit our search for the ‘perfect package’. I know you will have as hard a time deciding as we did. In addition our thanks go to an extraordinarily capable group of volunteers who stepped up to the plate and offered to run for the position of Board of Directors. You are the backbone of ISA and we are in your debt.

Be sure to cast your vote in this important process!

Mo Aubry, ISA CAPP, Chair
The Nominating Committee

(As a reminder, voting in ISA elections is limited to current ISA Associate, ISA Member, ISA Accredited Member and ISA CAPP Members; ISA Prospect, Candidate, Retired and Affiliate Members are not eligible to vote, per approved Bylaws.)

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