Oil patch bits: The Alliance seeks nominations for board members
The Alliance Board Nominations & Elections Committee said July 1 that it is seeking members to serve on the Alliance Board of Directors. There are seven, three-year terms available in the FY 2020 election. Election results will be announced at the annual meeting on Oct. 17. Newly elected members will begin serving their term Oct. 18.
Board members of the Alliance are leaders in the oil, gas, and mineral resource industries. The number one priority for the Alliance is to advocate on behalf of their members to the oil, gas, and mining producing and exploring companies. Board members facilitate this priority by focusing on improving the business climate for the support industry by communicating with legislators and the administration in Juneau, educating the general public about the support industry and issues that affect it, serving on committees and participating in and supporting Alliance events throughout the year. These events are prime networking opportunities for all members of the Alliance.
Board members review industry issues, voice Alliance positions and develop strategies to improve and empower its organization. An individual may serve a maximum of two consecutive 3-year terms on the board.
If you are interested in running for a seat on the Alliance Board of Directors, please forward the following materials to the Alliance office: Written statement of candidacy - Nominees must confirm their intent to run for a seat on the board. This may be provided in a letter format. Biography - A brief summary of employment, involvement in industry and/or business-related organizations and other pertinent information. Photograph - Electronic headshot preferred.
Nominations must reach the Alliance office by Sept. 3. Your company must be a member in good standing in order for you to qualify as a candidate for the Alliance Board. Email nominations to: [email protected] or mail: 3301 C Street, Suite 205, Anchorage, AK 99503.