Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce announces nominations for new board members

  • Friday, November 10, 2017 10:34am
  • Business

The Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce 2018 Board Nominations are underway. Any member in good standing can be nominated to serve on the Board.

On Oct. 25, the Kirkland Chamber Board was notified that the following Board Members are stepping down due to the following reasons: Vince Isaacson has served two terms and is term limited in accordance with the bylaws; Kristen Gonzales resigned from the Board due to relocation out of state.

The names of the following individuals were submitted to the Board of Directors by the nominating committee to serve on the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce Board for the three year term starting Jan. 1, 2018, and expiring Dec. 31, 2020: Anne Hess from the Kirkland Living Magazine; David Bander from the Kirkland Performance Center; and Rich Bergdahl from RE/MAX Northwest.

In adherence to the Kirkland Chamber bylaws, the Executive Director of the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce is notifying all Chamber members of the above slate for the Board of Directors.

If any member would like to propose alternatives to the above slate they must do so by petition bearing the genuine signatures of at least 10 members in good standing of the Chamber. Such petitions shall be filed with the Nominating Committee Chairman, Ryan James, at ryan@ryanjamesfinearts.com, by Nov. 14.

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