PCS ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION

2021 ELECTION INFORMATION

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The Prescott Computer Society will conduct its annual meeting and election for positions on the Board of Directors at the General meeting to be held on March 13, 2021. PCS members may vote either by acclamation at that meeting or online prior to it depending on the number of candidates and open positions. The Board of Directors is composed of nine officers whose terms are for two years with about half of the positions open each year.

Are YOU interested in running for a two-year seat on the Board of Directors? We are always looking for new Board members and please be aware that you do not have to be a "techie" in order to hold any PCS office. The important attributes of a Board member include being conscientious, dependable and having organizational skills. You should be also be concerned about the direction and future of PCS and be willing to contribute a small amount of your time.

You may nominate yourself or any current member (with their permission, of course.) Candidates will be asked to supply a picture and a short statement of their history, interests and qualifications for office.

Please contact JB Burke for further information or to inform him of your desire to be a candidate for a position on the PCS Board of Directors.

After clicking the button below, your email program will open and you may then send JB your nomination. This procedure has become necessary in order to minimize the amount of spam received through this page.

CANDIDATES

Photos and statements of qualification of the candidates are posted below in alphabetical order.

JB Burke

JB Burke

I've been involved in the Computer Industry, one way or another, for the past 55 years, including 32 years with IBM. After a half century of immersion in computer technology it is too late to turn back now.

I am seeking reelection to the Prescott Computer Society because I enjoy the challenge of keeping up with what's new with computers and the internet and exposing the members to what I learn in the Special Topics SIG.

I really like doing presentations for the marvelous members of the PCS. And now that I am president I am all the more dedicated to moving the Prescott Computer Society forward in its goal of Sharing What We Know and Learning What We Don't.

Dick Mason

Dick Mason

I am a retired Mechanical Engineer who worked for many years in the aerospace electronics business, and for a few in a small custom design, high tech inspection equipment company. I ended my career designing and directing the use of computerized electronics assembly equipment.

I have been a member of the Prescott Computer Society for a number of years, and prior to moving to Prescott, was a member of the San Diego Computer Society since 1975. I am interested in all aspects of computers and computing and have built many personal computers over the years. I own my own domain and maintain a personal web page chronicling my travels and many projects at masonclan.org

In addition to computing, I enjoy traveling in my motor home, working in my machine shop, using my 3D printer, taking and editing photographs, and reading both ebooks and "real" books.

I have enjoyed working for you as a member of your board of directors and if you so desire, I will be happy to continue to do so.

Edi Taylor-Richards

Edi Taylor-Richards

I've been a member of PCS since moving to Prescott in the fall of 1998. Although I was a CPA with an international accounting firm, the last 10 years of my working career were spent managing computer networks and supporting users.

I've been a volunteer at the Prescott Public Library as a computer mentor for 20 years. I'm also active in various other organizations in Prescott. I have been the PCS Treasurer for several years. I'm willing to continue as a PCS Board member for another term.






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