6.1 The Executive Committee of CTAM shall consist of eight members:

1) President

2) Vice President

3) Treasurer

4) Secretary

5) Past-President

6) 3 Members-at-large with a Past-President or 4 Members-at-large if there is a vacancy in the position of Past-President

6.2 The following members of the Executive Committee (President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, and Members-at-large) shall be elected at the Annual General Meeting, as required. Terms in office shall be for two years and shall commence immediately following the elections held at CTAM’s spring meeting. Executive Committee members are eligible for re-election for a limit of two consecutive terms for the same office. Terms for the first Executive Committee positions are indicated in Article 14.3.

6.3 Any member in good standing may be nominated to stand for election to the Executive Committee. Nominations submitted to the Secretary more than 10 days in advance of the Annual General Meeting shall be circulated to the membership prior to the meeting. Nominations may also be made by a motion from the floor at the Annual General Meeting.

6.4 Elections shall be conducted by an open vote following the close of nominations for each position. Elections shall generally proceed in the following order: President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, and Members-at-large. In the event of a tie vote between two candidates, a coin toss or some other mutually satisfactory method shall be used to resolve the matter. Only members of CTAM in good standing shall be entitled to vote.

6.5 In the event that an office becomes vacant, the vacancy can be temporarily filled by the Executive Committee, consistent with the eligibility requirements described in 6.3 above and the transition requirements described at 7.2.1 below. The individual appointed to fill the vacant position shall continue in this capacity until an individual is elected to the vacant office by action of the membership at the next Annual General Meeting. Back