Nominations for Open Positions on the PMI Tulsa Board

PMI Tulsa members interested in seeking a nomination must be in good standing, have no known conflict of interest, and meet the expected characteristics for PMI Board of Directors found in Article V of the chapter’s Bylaws.

View more detail on each position

 

Nominations and Election Governance

Annually, the members of the Project Management Institute Tulsa Chapter will elect individuals to serve on the PMI Tulsa Board of Directors for two-year terms and an official Call for Nominations for Open Positions is published. The Call for Nominations provides valuable information on the nomination and election process including action items and timeline.

Board member duties are defined in the Bylaws; and the election process is also governed, with details found in Article V within the Bylaws. Board service requires great effort and a varying time commitment depending upon the position you are seeking.

To better understand the roles and obligations of an elected Director and for further details on the nomination and election process carefully read the following documentation:

PMI Tulsa Bylaws

 

Chapter Membership

Please note that you must already be an active PMI Tulsa Chapter member at the opening date of any election to be able to cast your vote.

 

Election for Open Positions on the PMI Tulsa Board

All PMI-SAC members in good standing are eligible to participate in the election of candidates to serve on the PMI Tulsa Board of Directors.. You may self-nominate by sending your name and Board position you are considering. Additional information will be sent to you.

 

Election timeline

  • Nomination process Start
  • Nomination process Finish
  • Nominees validated, and PMI Global election system configured
  • Election period Start
  • Election period Finish
  • Election Results Announced

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