The CMAA Baltimore Chapter announces the
2020 Baltimore Chapter Open Nomination For Board Secretary
The application nomination process is open to CMAA Members with an enthusiasm to support and grow the local CMAA Chapter.
The deadline for nomination submission is
Monday, Dec 2nd, 2019 COB
and voting will take place at the Annual Holiday Party
Thursday, Dec. 12th, 2019.
Nominees should plan to be present at the Annual Holiday Party event. Details and registration for the event are on this website.
Please review and respond to the information below related to
nominees and the responsibilities for this position.
By willing submission, the nominee confirms an understanding that they are making a 4-year pledge to serve in the Chapter Board rotation. The successful candidate will be elected as Secretary for the 2020 calendar year and rotate up annually to Treasurer, VP and President of the Chapter. The nominee also understands that the Secretary is responsible for all Chapter communications and communication about events and registration set ups. It is an important position to the Chapter and may require additional resources to assist in coordinating events.
Nominees also commit to attending Board meetings and helping in the planning of Chapter business, and are expected to be a regular attendee at Chapter sponsored events. If elected and as a Board member you may also be the designated representative of a chapter committee. Monthly commitment is estimated to be between 10-12 hours.
Nominees are requested to email their answers the following questions to the Chapter Vice President Dave Wissmann at: email@example.com It is suggested that nominees submit a professional headshot photograph with the submission to assist in the election process.
Please briefly provide a professional bio that supports the nomination to this organization.
Please detail your involvement with either this CMAA Chapter or National level events to date.
Understanding the full term of this commitment, what innovative thoughts or ideas can you suggest for improving the Chapter during your board term?
All nominees are strongly encouraged to consider volunteering to committees at the Chapter level.
The Baltimore Chapter is committed to fulfilling the mission and vision of CMAA. The chapter hosts monthly events including presentations and lectures by industry leaders, tours of local project sites, and other events.
The Construction Management Association of America is North America’s only organization dedicated exclusively to the interests of professional Construction and Program Management. The Association was formed in 1982. Current membership is more than 16,000, including individual CM/PM practitioners, corporate members, and construction owners in both public and private sectors, along with academic and associate members.