2021 OPEN NOMINATIONS
In Accordance with the ASQ procedures, nominations are open for Section 104 Elected Leadership Team positions:
Open Nomination Period: 09/01/20 – 09/30/20
Slate of Nominees Announced: 10/05/20
Membership Voting: 10/10/20 – 10/25/20
Officers List Reported to ASQ: 11/01/20
If you are interested in any of these, REQUIRED positions, please contact the ASQ 104 Nominations Chair
Paul Alling (email@example.com)
It is critical that the Section find volunteers to fill the above positions, otherwise the Section would face the possibility of closing.
Position Descriptions are available upon request.
Paul Alling, CQE, CMQ/OE, CQA, CSQP
Nominations Chair, ASQ Granite State Section 0104
Top five reasons to join the Granite State section leadership team:
Are you interested in moving from individual contributor to a managerial role but finding that these positions require management experience? How do you get management experience if you can’t get a management position? By managing a group outside of work, you can gain this experience and demonstrate that you have the skills to be successful leading a team. What’s more, the section already has members who have a history working in the management team who are ready and excited to ensure your success. Run for chair and get the experience you need to meet the pre-requisites you need for the job you want.
Setting up professional development opportunities and events requires planning and coordination of resources. Join the section leadership team in the events and arrangements role to exercise and sharpen your project management skills.
Like the general membership of the section, the leadership team members come from a variety of different industries and backgrounds.
Who wants to sit at a computer for four or more hours to take a test? Rack up 2.0 recertification units for elected positions (chair, chair-elect, secretary, or treasurer) and 1.5 recertification units by serving in appointed positions (programs/arrangements, database/internet liaison, membership, voice of the customer, newsletter, etc.)
Maybe you haven’t felt engaged by the topics of member meetings in the past, or maybe the location or timing haven’t been ideal. Joining the leadership team is the loudest way for your voice on these matters to be heard – at the source of the planning. Are you in a far-flung part of the state? Good news – leadership team meetings can be virtual so you can attend without having to drive an hour or more (or ten minutes).
If you have questions about being part of the leadership team, or when you’re ready to serve in either an elected or appointed role, contact nominations chair Paul Alling at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 30.