Council election 2019-2021

We are seeking nominations for election to the CITMA Council for the period 2019-2021.

Ordinary members, Fellows and Corporate Honorary members of CITMA are eligible to be nominated for the vacant Council positions. 

Council is our governing body and meets six times a year to review and set the strategic direction of CITMA.

Our President, the First Vice-President and the Second Vice-President/Treasurer are elected from within members of the Council and the Council itself is responsible for keeping true accounts.

Council formally elects new members of CITMA and makes the final decision on policy and strategic matters.

Click here to download the nomination form. The period for nominations will close on Tuesday 26th February 2019.

Please take a moment to read the regulations regarding our Council elections

If the number of valid nominations received exceeds the number of places available, then a vote will be required. Voting is due to open on Monday 4th March 2019.

The results of the election will be announced at the CITMA Annual General Meeting which will be held on Wednesday 27th March 2019.

The following Council members shall retire at the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 27th March 2019 but are available for re-election for a further term in accordance with Bye-Law 64 and 65:

Catherine Wolfe

The following Council members are due to retire but have indicated they do not wish to stand for re-election:

Mark Bearfoot
Mike Lynd
Alison Melling

We are grateful to Mark, Mike and Alison for their time on Council and thank them for all their support.

The following Council members were elected in 2018 for a two year period and are due to continue in office for a further period and do not require any nomination:

Ese Akpogheneta
Oscar Benito
Tania Clark
Mark Foreman
Richard Goddard
Keith Havelock
Natasha Hinds-Payne
Sanjay Kapur
Chris McLeod
Maggie Ramage
Kelly Saliger (nee Clarke)
Rachel Wilkinson-Duffy
Aaron Wood

In accordance with Bye-Law 65, Kate O’Rourke automatically become the Immediate Past-President in 2018 and is entitled to serve on the Council for two years before election. Kate therefore does not need to be nominated.

It has been agreed that for operational reasons Council will not exceed 20 elected places. 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to Keven Bader via email