2012 Board elections
First ever CNU member-led Board elections
As we enter our 20th year, CNU will be conducting member-led elections for a number of seats on the Board of Directors.
Are you ready to directly shape the voice of the CNU? Want to discuss the best ways for CNU to remove obstacles to urbanism, and apply the principles of our Charter? Here’s your opportunity, as the Call for Candidates for the CNU Board of Directors is now officially open!
CNU will fill three seats by member election in 2012 and an additional four in 2013. Member-elected Board members will serve two-year terms. Elected representatives will have full voting rights and be held to the same level of expectation as internally selected candidates.
Member-elected Board seats are open to all current CNU members who have not served four (4) consecutive terms on the board and who comply with all application requirements.
Online voting begins March 5, 2012 and will run through May 11, 2012, with a chance to vote on-site at CNU 20. Winners will be announced at CNU 20 on May 12. Each CNU member will get three (3) votes, one (1) per seat.
For more information, candidate requirements, and to submit an application for candidacy, please visit our Board Elections page at www.cnu.org/2012boardelections.
CNU 20 Registration
Our 20th annual Congress will be held in West Palm Beach, FL, May 9-12, 2012 and is already filling up with speakers such as Richard Florida, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, Leon Krier, Andres Duany, Michael Dennis, and many, many more being added every day.
Don’t miss this chance to critically analyze CNU’s past efforts and set future goals. Experience a cross section of planning history within a compact, living laboratory. Be part of shaping the next 20 years of planning, development, and conservation.
Get the latest at www.cnu20.org to see the updated speakers list, review the tracks that will inform the conversations of the Congress, and book one of the many guided tours. Visit the interactive CNU Public Square (publicsquare.cnu.org) to find out exactly what you’ll get out of advanced 202 sessions this year.
Mark May 9-12 on your calendar for CNU 20: The New World.
Register today for the event Planetizen calls “a living, breathing forum.”