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Elections for the 2016 Board of Directs has concluded. Results can be found here.

 

 

The CSTA Board of Directors consists of eleven voting representatives, elected by the more than 22,000 CSTA members worldwide. In addition to working with the Executive Director in setting the organization's direction, Board members carry out many of CSTA's operational tasks through committees and task forces.

 

For the 2016 election, there are five open Board positions to be filled. The call for applications went out on December 15, 2015, and a large number of highly qualified applicants responded. The Nominations and Elections Committee reviewed the applicants and selected two candidates for each position:

 

9-12 Representative: A classroom teacher who is currently teaching computer science at the high school level.

 

Stacey Kizer

Chinma Uche

 

At-Large Representative: An educator with responsibilities for K-12 CS education.

 

Myra Deister

Michelle Lagos

International Representative: An international (outside the United States) classroom teacher who is currently teaching or promoting computer science at the pre collegiate level.

 

Miles Berry

Michael Jones

 

State Department Representative: An educator or administrator who reports to a state department of education and oversees, in some capacity, computer science education.

 

Anthony Owen

Doug Paulson

 

University Faculty Representative: A faculty member from a university computing department offering graduate degrees in computer science.

Darcy G. Benoit

Fred G. Martin

 

  

Each candidate submitted a personal statement and answers to the following questions:

 

  • What experiences and/or interests in K-12 computer science/information technology education qualify you to serve as a leader for the organization?
  • What previous experience do you have with CSTA?
  • What leadership skills do you have that would enrich the Board and the organization?
  • What do you think are the most important issues for K-12 computer science education?

Their statements and answers can be viewed by clicking on their names, as well as on the electronic ballot.

 

The 2016 CSTA Board of Directors election will run from February 22 to March 22. At some point during the day on February 22, CSTA members should receive an email from ElectionBuddy, the service provider for our online election. This email will contain a personalized link to a ballot. If you are a CSTA member and do not receive your election email by Tuesday, February 23, first check your spam filter, then contact customerservice@csteachers.org. Voting ends March 22. In order to vote, you must have a valid email address and be an active CSTA member as of February 16, 2016.

 

CSTA Board Election Timeline 

 

Dec 15, 2015

Call for applications posted on CSTA Web site

and emailed to members.

Dec 15, 2015 – Jan 31, 2016

Applications for open board positions accepted via email to nominations@csta-hq.org.

Feb 1, 2016 – Feb 10, 2016

Nominations & Elections Committee reviews the applications and selects the top two candidates for each position.

Feb 22, 2016

The election begins, with personalized email ballots sent to each CSTA member.

Feb 22, 2016 – March 22, 2016

Voting continues, using the ElectionBuddy online voting system, until 11:59pm PDT on March 22.

April, 1 2016

The results will be posted on the CSTA Web site and emailed to members by this date.


 

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