opinion

Nomination Period for FSC Board of Directors Election Opens Friday, November 1

Diane Duke

Free Speech Coalition (FSC), the adult industry trade association, will open its call for nominations for the 2014 Board of Directors Friday November 1, 2013. There are five board positions up for election, out of 13 board seats.

You must be an FSC member to make a nomination. Active FSC members will receive an email form that allows them to nominate candidates for election (sent through survey service Vertical Response). Any member making a nomination must supply contact information for each candidate.

Candidates must be active FSC members.

The FSC 2014 Board Elections Schedule is as follows:

November 1 – Call for nominations

November 4- Record date – individuals must be members by this date in order to be eligible to nominate, run or vote in the election

November 22 – Nominations close

November 25 – Slate of nominees announced

December 2 – Ballots sent

December 19 – Elections close

December 20 – Results announced

“This is a great opportunity for FSC members to take ownership in their trade association by nominating and voting for Board Members,” said Diane Duke Free Speech Coalition CEO.  “It is the Board of Directors that sets the policy, direction and tone for the organization and member participation in the election is not only welcome, but also greatly appreciated.”

For more information about the election process or to join FSC, contact (818) 348-9373, or diane@freespeechcoalition.com.

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