With just over one week to run the last of TEU’s 2012 leadership elections are nearly finished. James Houkāmau from Whitireia and Ngaroma Williams from Te Tari Puna Ora (NZCA) are contesting an election for the role of TEU’s Te Tumu Arataki (Māori vice president). Both candidates are experienced members of TEU’s Māori committee Te Toi Ahurangi. All TEU financial members who identify as Māori are eligible to vote. Read more here.
Five university academic members are also contesting for two positions on TEU’s Industrial and Professional Committee. They are Dov Bing from the University of Waikato, Megan Clayton from the University of Canterbury, Brent Lovelock from the University of Otago, John Prince from Auckland University of Technology and Paul Taillon of the University of Auckland. All TEU financial members who are academics working at a New Zealand university are eligible to vote. Read more here.
The election opened in mid-December and closes at 4pm on Friday 1 February.
If you have not received a ballot paper, or you are having trouble voting you should contact Susannah Muirhead at TEU’s national office; 0800 278348 or 04 801 4795.