EAG Council Elections

November 1, 2019

The EAG Council is made of Officer Councillor and Councillor positions. Each year, several positions become vacant.
Officer Councillors are elected by the Council and serve for various terms according to the position.
Councillors are directly elected by the EAG Members and serve for three years, participate in council discussions, decisions and initiatives.
Up to two Councillors can be appointed by the Council in connection with specific activities.

 

Council Elections 2020

Three councillor positions will open in the EAG Council in January 2020. Councillors are elected by EAG members through electronic voting and we invite our members to select three candidates out of the six below.

Elections take place from 30 October to 22 November 2019. On 30 October, EAG members received an email ballot with a link to vote. If you have not received your ballot, please email office@eag.eu.com. Thank you for your participation.

 

Standing for Election:

Heather Buss

Attila Demeny

Ambre Luguet

Nadia Malaspina

Philip Pogge von Strandmann

Jill Sutton

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