2015 Society Leadership Election Results

We’re excited to announce the results of our 2015 Society elections!

International Leadership Council President
Harriet Watkins
(Term of Office: 19 July 2015 – 19 July 2018)

All other positions will start on 1 June 2015. The results for these positions are:

International Leadership Council Student Member
Bradley Mason

Council of Advisors, Asia-Pacific Representative
Verity Greenwood

Council of Advisors, Canada Representative 
Cathrine Foese-­Klassen

Council of Advisors, US Region 2 Representative 
Amanda Wilson

Council of Advisors, US Region 3 Representative 
Michael Sanseviro

Council of Advisors, US Region 8 Representative 
Kathryn Clifford

Council of Advisors, South Africa Representative
Nicole Msomi

Council of Student Members, Asia-Pacific Representative
Timothy Ng

Council of Student Members, Canada Representative
Azin Zanganeh

Council of Student Members, US Region 1 Representative
Nicole Marte

Council of Student Members, US Region 2 Representative
Jason Richards

Council of Student Members, US Region 3 Representative
Kelvin Chavez

Council of Student Members, US Region 4 Representative
Hunter Cregger

Council of Student Members, US Region 5 Representative
Zenobia Bey

Council of Student Members, US Region 6 Representative
Billy Gurr

Council of Student Members, US Region 7 Representative
To Be Determined
(Bradley Mason was elected for this position. Individuals cannot serve on the Council of Student Members and the ILC simultaneously therefore a replacement will be named for the Region 7 CoSM position.)

Council of Student Members, US Region 8 Representative
Kellie Rollins

Council of Student Members, South Africa Representative
Gillian Bain

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