Nominations are now open for 2019 – 2020 CEDIA Board of Directors
Nominations for the 2019 – 2020 CEDIA Board of Directors are open.
CEDIA’s Board of Directors influences the direction of the industry, governs the association’s activities, and represents the residential technology profession to the outside world.
“Every year CEDIA members have the opportunity to shape and drive the direction of the association by helping identify leaders and visionaries for the CEDIA Board of Directors. I would encourage every member to thoughtfully consider nominating someone,” says CEDIA chairperson David Humphries.
There are six open board positions for the 2019 – 2020 term. Positions will be filled in two ways:
Elected Directors: CEDIA members will vote to fill five elected positions. Home Technology Professional members who are employees of a member company may be nominated, vetted by the Governance Committee, and proposed as candidates for the global membership vote. The vacancies this election cycle may be filled by one CEDIA member in the EMEA region and four from the rest of the global membership. Elected board members will be announced immediately after the election and seated on January 1, 2019.
Appointed Directors: All other member types (manufacturers, service providers, etc.) and additional Home Technology Professionals are eligible for appointment to the Board of Directors. There is one open appointed position open for the 2019-2020 term to be filled from the EMEA region. The CEDIA Governance Committee reviews candidates based on the skills needed and makes a recommendation to the Board who vote to approve the appointment. This process runs in parallel with the election, with the appointments occurring at the January 2019 board meeting.
Nominations will be accepted until August 6, 2018. The Board election process is governed and outlined by CEDIA’s bylaws. Voting will be open from September 6 to October 19, 2018: all member types, whether integrator, manufacturer, service provider or other, may vote and each company has one vote.