2013 Nominations and Ballot

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2013 Call for Nominations: Elected Offices and Nominees

Each year, the ESIP Federation conducts elections of its officers, committee chairs and Administrative Committee members. We are at the time of year when we begin accepting nominations for the following positions which are elected Federation-wide: (multiple nominees for a position are welcome)

(Click on each Position to view its description and Committee's role)



Karl Benedict, EDAC, UNM Jim Frew/Brian Wee

Vice President

Annette Schloss, UNH Stefan Falke/Margaret Mooney

Constitution and Bylaws Committee Chair

Finance and Appropriations Committee Chair

Charles Hutchinson, University of Arizona Peter Fox/Karl Benedict

Partnership Committee Chair

John Scialdone, CIESIN/SEDAC Annette Schloss/Chris Lenhardt

Data Stewardship Committee Chair

Curt Tilmes, NASA/USGCRP Steve Kempler/Ted Habermann

Education Committee Chair

Roberta Johnson, NESTA Patricia Reiff/Tom Whitaker

Information Technology & Interoperability Committee Chair

Matt Austin, NOAA Tyler Stevens/Karl Benedict

Products and Services Committee Chair

Chris Mattmann, JPL Ken Keiser/Phil Yang

Nominations will be accepted through December 15, 2012. Send nominations to carolbmeyer@esipfed.org and erinrobinson@esipfed.org. Multiple nominees for any office are welcome.

In addition, each ESIP Type elects representatives to each Administrative Committee. The current ESIP Type Representatives will be contacting their respective caucuses to begin accepting nominations for representatives to the following Committees:

Executive Committee (ESIP Type Representative)
Constitution and Bylaws Committee
Finance and Appropriations Committee
Partnership Committee

The President, Vice-President, Committee Chairs and Type Representatives serve on the ESIP Federation Executive Committee.
The President, Vice-President, Finance and Appropriation Committee Chair, and Type Representatives also serve on the Board of the Foundation for Earth Science.