PSR: Board Members: Transition to Three Year Distributed Cycle

Board Members: Transition to Three Year Distributed Cycle

EAN (2 BOD seats): elects 1 BOD member in 2020 and 1 BOD member in 2021.

Canada (1 BOD seat): elects BOD member in 2019.

French Canada (1 BOD seat): elects BOD member in 2019.

Great Britain (1 BOD seat): elects BOD member in 2020.

IAN (2 BOD seats):

  • Election schedule proceeds with 1 BOD member in 2020 and 1 in 2021.
  • 3rd seat maintained through 2019. Ends prior to 2020 Annual Board Session.
  • BOD member elected in 2017 (Cecily Harkins) completes full term prior to 2020 Annual Board session.
  • Replacement BOD member, elected end of December 2017 (Devorah Schesch-Wernick) completes full term prior to Annual Board Session in 2021.
  • Replacement BOD member selected in 2018 serves through 2019, completing a 2-year term prior to 2020 Annual Session when the IAN third seat is discontinued.

New Zealand (1 BOD seat): elects BOD member in 2019.

USA:(5 BOD seats):

  • Election schedule proceeds with 1 BOD member in 2019, 2 in 2020, 2 in 2021.
  • 6th seat maintained through 2019. Ends prior to 2020 Annual Board Session.
  • BOD member elected in 2016 (Ann Calandro) completes full term prior to Annual Board Session in 2019
  • Replacement BOD members, elected in 2017 (Sandy Moore-Furneaux and Helen Lowery) serve through 2019, complete full terms prior to Annual Board Session in 2020.
  • Two BOD members elected in 2018 complete full terms in 2021.
  • One BOD member elected in 2018 completes 2-year term prior to annual session, 2020 due to non-continuation of 6th

At-large seats complete full term prior to 2019 Annual Board session (Linda Smith and Carmen Vandenabeele).

Overriding principle: As many as possible, including replacement BOD members, complete a full term (3 years according to LLLI bylaws).

New BOD members: 4 in 2019 on 14-seat BOD, 5 in 2020 on a 13-seat BOD, 4 in 2021 on a 13-seat BOD. This will remain same in future years.

(2018)

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