The Staff Advisory Council (SAC) is pleased to announce the results of the 2012 election. The SAC received nominations from March 12-23 and held the election from April 19-30. A run-off election was held for the Finance and Administration division which concluded on April 9.
The SAC received a total of 55 nominations across the six staff divisions – up from 39 last year. Additionally, staff voting participation reached a new high this year with 39.33% (702 of 1,785 staff members). Last year, voting participation was 33.17% (543 of 1,637 staff members).
As a result of the election, there are 14 new representatives from across the university staff:
In addition, Mary Cranfill (Procurement Services) and Paul Sheff (Facilities and Campus Services) have been re-elected to serve an additional term. Each SAC representative will serve a term of three years and may be re-elected to serve additional terms. As a result of this election, the SAC has completed its three-year plan to increase representation across campus while maintaining a balance of new and returning representatives.
The SAC would like to thank the representatives whose terms are ending this year:
For more information about the SAC, please visit: http://sac.wfu.edu
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