Women in Standards Announces a Call for Board Nominations
04/17/2020

Women in Standards announces the approval of the Women in Standards Bylaws and formal call for Nominations of a Membership Representative to serve on the Board.

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April 16, 2020 - Women in Standards announces the approval of the Women in Standards Bylaws and formal call for Nominations of a Membership Representative to serve on the Board. The Bylaws are available for review on the Women in Standards website at: womeninstandards.org/about/

In accordance with Part V, Section 2 of the Women in Standards Bylaws, the organization’s membership is entitled to nominate a member to represent the membership on the Board. This individual must be a full member of the organization registered on the Women in Standards website at the time of nomination and a member in good standing.

The deadline to submit nominations is 18 May 2020. Nominations may be sent to admin@womeninstandards.org and must include a headshot and short biography of the nominee.

“Women in Standards was first formed in 2004 as an informal group of professional women working in standardization and has grown to become an incorporated nonprofit to promote inclusion in standards and to support the standardization community. I look forward to working with the selected member representative and see great things happening in 2020 and beyond.” - Women in Standards President, Karin Athanas.

Following completion of the nomination process, headshots and biographies of each nominee will be posted to the members-only section of the website and members will be provided 30 days to review and submit their selection via online ballot.

To register as a member, visit womeninstandards.org/register

About Women in Standards:

Women in Standards is a nonprofit membership society incorporated in Maryland, whose stated mission is “To develop and promote a diverse ecosystem of standards development participants.” Visit the WomeninStandards.org website for educational resources on topics such as standards development and standardization, conformity assessment, and professional development. The Women in Standards provides a community for standards developers and contributors to come together to grow and strengthen the field and promote issues of inclusion and diversity.