IIAR Election Results – The New Board

The IIAR is delighted to announce the election results of its new Board Members for 2014. Following transitional board meetings in December and January the new board will be effective for 12 months.

 Alyssa Gilmore Alyssa Gilmore (@Alyssa4AR, LinkedInPrincipal and Proprietor at LongArm Consulting: Boston, MA, USA
Bill Reed Bill Reed (LinkedIn) Manager, Analyst Relations at AGT International: Zürich Area, Switzerland
Ludovic Leforestier Ludovic Leforestier (@lludovicLinkedIn), AR Director – firm wide at BearingPoint. Location: London, UK
Simon Levin 2013 Simon Levin (@theskillsconxn ,LinkedInMD, The Skills Connection
Location: London, UK
Yash Khanna Yash Khanna (@khannayash, LinkedIn) Director & Head, Analyst Relations, UK & Europe at Tata Consultancy Services: London, UK

Congratulations to each of the new Board Members! The new Board’s aim is to take the IIAR forward on its path towards growing into becoming a truly global organization and support members in meeting their wishes, objectives and career goals over the coming year.

The turnout for this year’s election was 54% (compared to 40% last year), with some 50% of voters also responding to the additional IIAR governance questions. Many thanks to all who participated in the election process.

The new Board will be holding a conference call early next year to present their ideas and plans to members – further details to follow. In the meantime IIAR members can find out more about each Board member’s goals for the institute and the detail of the election results by clicking here.

Thanks to the outgoing board for their hard work:

Finally, thanks a lot to Hannah Hyman for her participation on the IIAR Board earlier in the year, to Callum Heckstall-Smith and John Gallagher for standing as IIAR Board candidates (we may call on you in 2014 for your assistance) and to Ann Maisey (IIAR Secretary) and Trevor Howard (IIAR Maketing and Community Manager) for organising and running the election process.

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