ISACA Puget Sound Chapter 2022-23 Board Nominations & Call for Volunteers!
We are succession planning for the upcoming operating year 2022/23 (Sept. 2022 - May 2023) and pleased to announce initial nominations for Board Officers and Board Directors (see nominees below). Per our Bylaws, Board Officer terms are limited to 2 years, unless a successor is not identified. If board approved, they may continue if position requirements are being met. If you are interested in any open opportunities, volunteers or additional nominations need to be submitted by April 18, 2022, to be voted on at the Virtual Annual General Meeting (AGM) on May 17, 2022 at 11:30 am. Board members must be a current, active ISACA member. While we welcome anyone to volunteer for any position, it’s recommended that they serve on a committee or shadow a position before taking on increasing responsibility.
**We currently have openings for Education roles which are great opportunities to start in!
Board Perks and Other Important Information:
PERKS! Being a board member provides personal growth opportunities beyond your day job. Current board members represent several industries and have varying levels of experience which brings unique perspectives and diversity to keep the chapter viable. This is also a great way to give back to the information security, audit, technology and related professional community! Board members can attend monthly luncheons for free and there’s often discounts or compensation on other ISACA sponsored events. You can earn up to 20 CPEs in a fiscal year which helps maintain the annual CPE requirement if you have an ISACA certification.
Standard Operating Procedures are in place to assist board members in understanding their roles and responsibilities, and of course seasoned board members are here to help new people learn and grow. Board meetings are generally held once a month usually during the lunch hour via conference call throughout the year and we try to meet twice a year in person for a dinner meeting.
The perks are great, but it does take commitment (around 20 hours minimum per year depending on the role). All Board members must sign a Willingness to Serve statement which indicates attendance and commitment requirements including monthly board meetings. It is also recommended that board members attend at least 2 monthly membership/educational meetings throughout the fiscal year, although more may be required depending on the position.
If you’re interested in learning more, we encourage you to review the chapter Bylaws which can be found here. The Bylaws contain brief descriptions of duties for each board position. Feel free to reach out to email@example.com any of the board members for additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate what position you would be interested in learning more so we can direct you to the appropriate resource. We look forward to your interest in joining the team!
Board Officer & Board Directors Nomination List for 2022-23:
President - J. Eduardo Campos
Vice President - Marc Menninger
Secretary - Satnam Purewal
Treasurer - Will Serumgard
Immediate Past President/Advisor - Cynthia Damian
Treasurer Assistant / Academic Outreach - Jack Champlain
Program Coordinator - Steve Jue
Membership Director - Ivy Ho
Webmaster - Faith Porter
Marketing Director/Social Media - Eva Benn
Research Director / Certifications - Steve Mar
Education Director - Abigail Falcon-Rosa
- Zoom Administrator - Gagan Kaur
- Committee Support - OPEN (2 roles)
General Board Advisor - April Mitchell
IMPORTANT NOTICE - Due to COVID-19 and other variant concerns, the Puget Sound Chapter has cancelled in-person monthly educational luncheons until Sept. 2022. Check back for updates.