Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board of Directors Election 2007

2007-06-14 Thread David E. Smith
A minor note, in the interest of fair disclosure.

The first page of the WISPA voting site displayed, briefly, incorrect
voting instructions. (It said there were six candidates and that you
could vote for up to six, where there are eleven candidates and you may
vote for up to seven.)

In the few minutes this was displayed, several people voted. You may
wish to re-vote.

Votes can be changed at any time, at will, until the close of the election.

I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

David Smith
MVN.net
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Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Applications

2007-04-20 Thread John Scrivner
I just filled mine out. If any of you have not applied for the board and 
you want to help us run this organization then please go to 
http://nominations.wispa.org and signup. We did not get enough 
applications to even fill the board last time. We want a full 7 member 
board this time guys and it would be nice to have enough people applying 
to have a little bit of campaigning and debate about what the direction 
will be for WISPA. We have enough strong potential candidates out there 
that we should be seeing some new blood running this time along with our 
existing board hopefully all running. There is no need to delay this 
application. It took me about 5 minutes to complete. Please go apply now 
if you have an interest in helping run WISPA.

Thank you,
John Scrivner
President
WISPA


Rick Harnish wrote:


The WISPA Board Election schedule has been set.  All interested members need
to go to http://nominations.wispa.org/ and fill out the application for the
ballot.  We encourage and expect to get a very good response to this year's
call for directors.  We have grown substantially in the last six months and
WISPA is maturing into the lead association for the WISP community.

Applications are due on May 1st, so don't procrastinate.  Further
information about the election process and the responsibilities of the board
can be found in the bylaws at http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=4











THE NOMINATION  ELECTION PROCESS 




Here are the important dates for those of you following the election,
running for a board position and who will be taking part in the election
process.



May 1st, 2007 - Applications due.



May 14, 2007 - Qualified nominees compiled and submitted to the standing
Board of Directors. Nominee information made available via the WISPA Web
site for member review.



June 15, 2007 - Election of new Board members.



All members are eligible to run for a board position. Only Principal and
Vendor members may vote for board positions. Only one vote per company is
allowed. Instructions and credentials for voting will be sent to each member
company via email prior to election. If you are a member company and do not
receive instructions for voting or credentials it is your responsibility to
request such information by emailing [EMAIL PROTECTED] or calling 618-244-6868
and requesting help getting your instructions and credentials for voting.







UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD



The role of the board is to set policies that will ensure that it fulfills
its legal and professional responsibilities to members. The board sets the
strategic direction and leadership tone for the organization.



The WISPA Board of Directors is comprised of seven (7). Each director shall
serve for a term of one (1) year and until his or her successor is elected
and qualified, or until such director's earlier death, resignation,
incapacity to serve, or removal. 




All paid WISPA members are eligible for board positions, however the
majority of the board will be WISPA Principal Members. 




Sincerely,



Rick Harnish



Secretary



WISPA



260-827-2482



Founding Member of WISPA





 


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Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Applications

2007-04-20 Thread Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181

I'll not be running again so we need two new board members.

Marlon
(509) 982-2181
(408) 907-6910 (Vonage)Consulting services
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www.odessaoffice.com/marlon/cam



- Original Message - 
From: John Scrivner [EMAIL PROTECTED]

To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
Sent: Friday, April 20, 2007 6:26 AM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Applications


I just filled mine out. If any of you have not applied for the board and 
you want to help us run this organization then please go to 
http://nominations.wispa.org and signup. We did not get enough applications 
to even fill the board last time. We want a full 7 member board this time 
guys and it would be nice to have enough people applying to have a little 
bit of campaigning and debate about what the direction will be for WISPA. 
We have enough strong potential candidates out there that we should be 
seeing some new blood running this time along with our existing board 
hopefully all running. There is no need to delay this application. It took 
me about 5 minutes to complete. Please go apply now if you have an interest 
in helping run WISPA.

Thank you,
John Scrivner
President
WISPA


Rick Harnish wrote:

The WISPA Board Election schedule has been set.  All interested members 
need
to go to http://nominations.wispa.org/ and fill out the application for 
the
ballot.  We encourage and expect to get a very good response to this 
year's
call for directors.  We have grown substantially in the last six months 
and

WISPA is maturing into the lead association for the WISP community.

Applications are due on May 1st, so don't procrastinate.  Further
information about the election process and the responsibilities of the 
board

can be found in the bylaws at http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=4






THE NOMINATION  ELECTION PROCESS

Here are the important dates for those of you following the election,
running for a board position and who will be taking part in the election
process.


May 1st, 2007 - Applications due.


May 14, 2007 - Qualified nominees compiled and submitted to the standing
Board of Directors. Nominee information made available via the WISPA Web
site for member review.


June 15, 2007 - Election of new Board members.


All members are eligible to run for a board position. Only Principal and
Vendor members may vote for board positions. Only one vote per company is
allowed. Instructions and credentials for voting will be sent to each 
member
company via email prior to election. If you are a member company and do 
not
receive instructions for voting or credentials it is your responsibility 
to
request such information by emailing [EMAIL PROTECTED] or calling 
618-244-6868

and requesting help getting your instructions and credentials for voting.




UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD


The role of the board is to set policies that will ensure that it fulfills
its legal and professional responsibilities to members. The board sets the
strategic direction and leadership tone for the organization.


The WISPA Board of Directors is comprised of seven (7). Each director 
shall

serve for a term of one (1) year and until his or her successor is elected
and qualified, or until such director's earlier death, resignation,
incapacity to serve, or removal.

All paid WISPA members are eligible for board positions, however the
majority of the board will be WISPA Principal Members.

Sincerely,


Rick Harnish


Secretary


WISPA


260-827-2482


Founding Member of WISPA





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Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Applications

2007-04-20 Thread Carl A jeptha
I already filled out mine, now when can I start campaigning, I have my 
lawn signs ready


You have a Good Day now,


Carl A Jeptha
http://www.airnet.ca
Office Phone: 905 349-2084
Office Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm
skype cajeptha



John Scrivner wrote:
I just filled mine out. If any of you have not applied for the board 
and you want to help us run this organization then please go to 
http://nominations.wispa.org and signup. We did not get enough 
applications to even fill the board last time. We want a full 7 member 
board this time guys and it would be nice to have enough people 
applying to have a little bit of campaigning and debate about what the 
direction will be for WISPA. We have enough strong potential 
candidates out there that we should be seeing some new blood running 
this time along with our existing board hopefully all running. There 
is no need to delay this application. It took me about 5 minutes to 
complete. Please go apply now if you have an interest in helping run 
WISPA.

Thank you,
John Scrivner
President
WISPA


Rick Harnish wrote:

The WISPA Board Election schedule has been set.  All interested 
members need
to go to http://nominations.wispa.org/ and fill out the application 
for the
ballot.  We encourage and expect to get a very good response to this 
year's
call for directors.  We have grown substantially in the last six 
months and

WISPA is maturing into the lead association for the WISP community.

Applications are due on May 1st, so don't procrastinate.  Further
information about the election process and the responsibilities of 
the board

can be found in the bylaws at http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=4











THE NOMINATION  ELECTION PROCESS


Here are the important dates for those of you following the election,
running for a board position and who will be taking part in the election
process.



May 1st, 2007 - Applications due.



May 14, 2007 - Qualified nominees compiled and submitted to the standing
Board of Directors. Nominee information made available via the WISPA Web
site for member review.



June 15, 2007 - Election of new Board members.



All members are eligible to run for a board position. Only Principal and
Vendor members may vote for board positions. Only one vote per 
company is
allowed. Instructions and credentials for voting will be sent to each 
member
company via email prior to election. If you are a member company and 
do not
receive instructions for voting or credentials it is your 
responsibility to
request such information by emailing [EMAIL PROTECTED] or calling 
618-244-6868
and requesting help getting your instructions and credentials for 
voting.








UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD



The role of the board is to set policies that will ensure that it 
fulfills
its legal and professional responsibilities to members. The board 
sets the

strategic direction and leadership tone for the organization.



The WISPA Board of Directors is comprised of seven (7). Each director 
shall
serve for a term of one (1) year and until his or her successor is 
elected

and qualified, or until such director's earlier death, resignation,
incapacity to serve, or removal.


All paid WISPA members are eligible for board positions, however the
majority of the board will be WISPA Principal Members.


Sincerely,



Rick Harnish



Secretary



WISPA



260-827-2482



Founding Member of WISPA





 


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RE: [WISPA] WISPA Board

2007-04-17 Thread Mac Dearman

 Those kind words aren't just lip service for the current standing board!
All of you guys have put your heart and soul into this organization and the
effort is not only paying off in members, but in recognition and results as
well. I consider my membership in WISPA the most important of any
memberships and consider it a privilege to be here. I still hold the thought
that we will one day be a huge influential organization in D.C. as well as
other trade organizations. 

 Now as far as my seeking a seat on the board - I don't know about that! It
would be a great privilege and honor, but that's something that would take a
lot of thought as it would take a lot of commitment. I am not scared of a
commitment to WISPA (I have done that already) - just thoughts of not being
able to tow the line as all of you have towed the line thus far.

I appreciate the recognition of the work we accomplished in Mississippi
and Louisiana after hurricanes Katrina and Wilma, but that was a group
effort by many men and organizations. I am proud to have been a part of it
and proud to have lived through it both mentally and financially. :-)  I can
attest that I met some of the greatest people in my life during those times.
I am also glad it's a done deal now.

 WISPA was a saving grace in that ordeal and once again - - it's nice to be
a part of something where humanity, humility and genuine concern is not
measured in U.S. dollars! Thanks again to all of WISPA who contributed
money, food. Wireless gear, money and most of all - - THEIR TIME AND LABOR
IN THE HEAT, HUMIDITY AND MOSQUITTOS! 

Sincerely,
Mac Dearman

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of John Scrivner
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 10:10 AM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board

Thank you for the kind words, Mac. I will certainly run as long as the 
group wants me to be part of the board of WISPA. I do want all of you to 
know though that I think any good organization should have people move 
through the ranks. Anyone who is part of WISPA, has some leadership 
skills and wants to see things improve for the industry should try to 
serve on the board at some point. It is a valuable experience. We need 
fresh ideas and new blood infused over time to keep this a going concern.

I think it makes us all better followers if we have to be leaders at 
some point. I see so many people who take a leadership role in local 
government, a town club, a church or charity and they take it on the 
chin from people who have never had to lead. If we all take a shot at 
leading WISPA over time the work product of the entire group will 
improve because we will all know what it is like to try to run this 
effort. In effect, we will all become better followers if we have been 
leaders at least once.  We will also all know more about the structure, 
management and operation of the organization. I feel this diversity is 
very important for the organization to remain vital and sustainable into 
the future.

I have told Mac before that I wanted to see him serve on the board of 
WISPA. I want to publicly request that Mac Dearman run for the board. 
For those of you who do not know it, Mac led the efforts after Katrina 
which led to some of the best work WISPA has ever done. We helped many 
people in shelters, churches, etc. Mac did a god job of leading that 
effort. I have little doubt that he would make a good director for WISPA 
in our next board. Mac, please go over to http://nominations.wispa.org 
and fill out the form.
John Scrivner
President
WISPA


Mac Dearman wrote:

Scriv,

  How much of the current board is willing to take another turn in the
barrel? I personally feel like you and the others have done an outstanding
job and I feel inclined to nominate every one of you here now.

Y'ALL HAVE MY UTMOST RESPECT!

Mac Dearman



-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of John Scrivner
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 9:01 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Application Announcement

People will need to fill out their own application in my opinion. If you 
feel someone should run then feel free to tell us so here.
Thanks,
Scriv



Peter R. wrote:

  

Can we nominate people who need a nudge? :)

Now's the time for those that feel that their views of the Industry 
are undermet to stand up and be counted.

- Peter


Rick Harnish wrote:



The WISPA Board Election schedule has been set.  All interested 
members need
to go to http://nominations.wispa.org/ and fill out the application 
for the
ballot.  We encourage and expect to get a very good response to this 
year's
call for directors.  We have grown substantially in the last six 
months and
WISPA is maturing into the lead association for the WISP community.
Applications are due in 2 weeks, so don't procrastinate.  Further
information about the election process and the responsibilities

RE: [WISPA] WISPA Board

2007-04-17 Thread Mac Dearman
Harnish -

You cracker head! :-)


Mac Dearman

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Rick Harnish
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 11:34 AM
To: 'WISPA General List'
Subject: RE: [WISPA] WISPA Board

Ditto.MACMACMACMACMACMACMAC!

Rick Harnish
President
OnlyInternet Broadband  Wireless, Inc.
260-827-2482
Founding Member of WISPA

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of John Scrivner
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 11:10 AM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board

Thank you for the kind words, Mac. I will certainly run as long as the 
group wants me to be part of the board of WISPA. I do want all of you to 
know though that I think any good organization should have people move 
through the ranks. Anyone who is part of WISPA, has some leadership 
skills and wants to see things improve for the industry should try to 
serve on the board at some point. It is a valuable experience. We need 
fresh ideas and new blood infused over time to keep this a going concern.

I think it makes us all better followers if we have to be leaders at 
some point. I see so many people who take a leadership role in local 
government, a town club, a church or charity and they take it on the 
chin from people who have never had to lead. If we all take a shot at 
leading WISPA over time the work product of the entire group will 
improve because we will all know what it is like to try to run this 
effort. In effect, we will all become better followers if we have been 
leaders at least once.  We will also all know more about the structure, 
management and operation of the organization. I feel this diversity is 
very important for the organization to remain vital and sustainable into 
the future.

I have told Mac before that I wanted to see him serve on the board of 
WISPA. I want to publicly request that Mac Dearman run for the board. 
For those of you who do not know it, Mac led the efforts after Katrina 
which led to some of the best work WISPA has ever done. We helped many 
people in shelters, churches, etc. Mac did a god job of leading that 
effort. I have little doubt that he would make a good director for WISPA 
in our next board. Mac, please go over to http://nominations.wispa.org 
and fill out the form.
John Scrivner
President
WISPA


Mac Dearman wrote:

Scriv,

  How much of the current board is willing to take another turn in the
barrel? I personally feel like you and the others have done an outstanding
job and I feel inclined to nominate every one of you here now.

Y'ALL HAVE MY UTMOST RESPECT!

Mac Dearman



-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of John Scrivner
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 9:01 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Application Announcement

People will need to fill out their own application in my opinion. If you 
feel someone should run then feel free to tell us so here.
Thanks,
Scriv



Peter R. wrote:

  

Can we nominate people who need a nudge? :)

Now's the time for those that feel that their views of the Industry 
are undermet to stand up and be counted.

- Peter


Rick Harnish wrote:



The WISPA Board Election schedule has been set.  All interested 
members need
to go to http://nominations.wispa.org/ and fill out the application 
for the
ballot.  We encourage and expect to get a very good response to this 
year's
call for directors.  We have grown substantially in the last six 
months and
WISPA is maturing into the lead association for the WISP community.
Applications are due in 2 weeks, so don't procrastinate.  Further
information about the election process and the responsibilities of 
the board
can be found in the bylaws at http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=4





THE NOMINATION  ELECTION PROCESS
Here are the important dates for those of you following the election,
running for a board position and who will be taking part in the election
process.

May 1st, 2007 - Applications due.

May 14, 2007 - Qualified nominees compiled and submitted to the standing
Board of Directors. Nominee information made available via the WISPA Web
site for member review.

June 15, 2007 - Election of new Board members.

All members are eligible to run for a board position. Only Principal and
Vendor members may vote for board positions. Only one vote per 
company is
allowed. Instructions and credentials for voting will be sent to each 
member
company via email prior to election. If you are a member company and 
do not
receive instructions for voting or credentials it is your 
responsibility to
request such information by emailing [EMAIL PROTECTED] or calling 
618-244-6868
and requesting help getting your instructions and credentials for 
voting.



UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD

The role of the board is to set policies that will ensure that it 
fulfills
its legal and professional responsibilities to members

Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Application Announcement

2007-04-16 Thread Peter R.

Can we nominate people who need a nudge? :)

Now's the time for those that feel that their views of the Industry are 
undermet to stand up and be counted.


- Peter


Rick Harnish wrote:


The WISPA Board Election schedule has been set.  All interested members need
to go to http://nominations.wispa.org/ and fill out the application for the
ballot.  We encourage and expect to get a very good response to this year's
call for directors.  We have grown substantially in the last six months and
WISPA is maturing into the lead association for the WISP community.
Applications are due in 2 weeks, so don't procrastinate.  Further
information about the election process and the responsibilities of the board
can be found in the bylaws at http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=4





THE NOMINATION  ELECTION PROCESS 


Here are the important dates for those of you following the election,
running for a board position and who will be taking part in the election
process.

May 1st, 2007 - Applications due.

May 14, 2007 - Qualified nominees compiled and submitted to the standing
Board of Directors. Nominee information made available via the WISPA Web
site for member review.

June 15, 2007 - Election of new Board members.

All members are eligible to run for a board position. Only Principal and
Vendor members may vote for board positions. Only one vote per company is
allowed. Instructions and credentials for voting will be sent to each member
company via email prior to election. If you are a member company and do not
receive instructions for voting or credentials it is your responsibility to
request such information by emailing [EMAIL PROTECTED] or calling 618-244-6868
and requesting help getting your instructions and credentials for voting.



UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD

The role of the board is to set policies that will ensure that it fulfills
its legal and professional responsibilities to members. The board sets the
strategic direction and leadership tone for the organization.

The WISPA Board of Directors is comprised of seven (7). Each director shall
serve for a term of one (1) year and until his or her successor is elected
and qualified, or until such director's earlier death, resignation,
incapacity to serve, or removal. 


All paid WISPA members are eligible for board positions, however the
majority of the board will be WISPA Principal Members. 


Sincerely,

Rick Harnish

Secretary

WISPA

260-827-2482

Founding Member of WISPA
 



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RE: [WISPA] WISPA Board Application Announcement

2007-04-16 Thread Rick Harnish
Peter and others,

Yes, please feel free to nominate candidates.  I believe we still have an
email address [EMAIL PROTECTED] but also send it to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Follow the below procedure:

Nominations 
Nominees must be a representative of a WISPA principal, vendor or associate
member in good standing prior to the deadline for nominations. Nominations
may come from the membership at large or from the Board of Directors. 
Nominations coming from the standing Board of Directors should include a
letter of recommendation from the Director submitting the nomination. 

Nominations coming from a WISPA member should include a letter of
recommendation from the member.  Both the member submitting the nomination
and the nominee must be members in good standing at the time the nomination
is submitted.
Board members completing their first term and wishing to serve a second
1-year term are required to submit their candidacy for re-election.
Attendance records for all board meetings for the current term should be
supplied along with the statement of intent to run.
Credentials of prospective nominees will be reviewed and evaluated by the
Nominating Committee, which is responsible for ensuring that a sufficient
number of qualified candidates are available to stand for election. It shall
be the sole responsibility of the Nominating Committee to recommend a
proposed list of nominees to the Board of Directors for its approval.
Following approval of the nominees by the Board of Directors, nominee's
applications will be posted on the http://www.wispa.org website for review
of the membership, as well as voting instructions and a ballot. Voting will
be conducted an online ballot, and ballots will be tabulated by an objective
third party, outside of the WISPA Secretariat.

Rick Harnish
President
OnlyInternet Broadband  Wireless, Inc.
260-827-2482
Founding Member of WISPA

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Peter R.
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 8:50 AM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Application Announcement

Can we nominate people who need a nudge? :)

Now's the time for those that feel that their views of the Industry are 
undermet to stand up and be counted.

- Peter


Rick Harnish wrote:

The WISPA Board Election schedule has been set.  All interested members
need
to go to http://nominations.wispa.org/ and fill out the application for the
ballot.  We encourage and expect to get a very good response to this year's
call for directors.  We have grown substantially in the last six months and
WISPA is maturing into the lead association for the WISP community.
Applications are due in 2 weeks, so don't procrastinate.  Further
information about the election process and the responsibilities of the
board
can be found in the bylaws at http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=4

 

 

THE NOMINATION  ELECTION PROCESS 

Here are the important dates for those of you following the election,
running for a board position and who will be taking part in the election
process.

May 1st, 2007 - Applications due.

May 14, 2007 - Qualified nominees compiled and submitted to the standing
Board of Directors. Nominee information made available via the WISPA Web
site for member review.

June 15, 2007 - Election of new Board members.

All members are eligible to run for a board position. Only Principal and
Vendor members may vote for board positions. Only one vote per company is
allowed. Instructions and credentials for voting will be sent to each
member
company via email prior to election. If you are a member company and do not
receive instructions for voting or credentials it is your responsibility to
request such information by emailing [EMAIL PROTECTED] or calling
618-244-6868
and requesting help getting your instructions and credentials for voting.

 

UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD

The role of the board is to set policies that will ensure that it fulfills
its legal and professional responsibilities to members. The board sets the
strategic direction and leadership tone for the organization.

The WISPA Board of Directors is comprised of seven (7). Each director shall
serve for a term of one (1) year and until his or her successor is elected
and qualified, or until such director's earlier death, resignation,
incapacity to serve, or removal. 

All paid WISPA members are eligible for board positions, however the
majority of the board will be WISPA Principal Members. 

Sincerely,

Rick Harnish

Secretary

WISPA

260-827-2482

Founding Member of WISPA
  


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Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Application Announcement

2007-04-16 Thread John Scrivner
People will need to fill out their own application in my opinion. If you 
feel someone should run then feel free to tell us so here.

Thanks,
Scriv



Peter R. wrote:


Can we nominate people who need a nudge? :)

Now's the time for those that feel that their views of the Industry 
are undermet to stand up and be counted.


- Peter


Rick Harnish wrote:

The WISPA Board Election schedule has been set.  All interested 
members need
to go to http://nominations.wispa.org/ and fill out the application 
for the
ballot.  We encourage and expect to get a very good response to this 
year's
call for directors.  We have grown substantially in the last six 
months and

WISPA is maturing into the lead association for the WISP community.
Applications are due in 2 weeks, so don't procrastinate.  Further
information about the election process and the responsibilities of 
the board

can be found in the bylaws at http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=4





THE NOMINATION  ELECTION PROCESS
Here are the important dates for those of you following the election,
running for a board position and who will be taking part in the election
process.

May 1st, 2007 - Applications due.

May 14, 2007 - Qualified nominees compiled and submitted to the standing
Board of Directors. Nominee information made available via the WISPA Web
site for member review.

June 15, 2007 - Election of new Board members.

All members are eligible to run for a board position. Only Principal and
Vendor members may vote for board positions. Only one vote per 
company is
allowed. Instructions and credentials for voting will be sent to each 
member
company via email prior to election. If you are a member company and 
do not
receive instructions for voting or credentials it is your 
responsibility to
request such information by emailing [EMAIL PROTECTED] or calling 
618-244-6868
and requesting help getting your instructions and credentials for 
voting.




UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD

The role of the board is to set policies that will ensure that it 
fulfills
its legal and professional responsibilities to members. The board 
sets the

strategic direction and leadership tone for the organization.

The WISPA Board of Directors is comprised of seven (7). Each director 
shall
serve for a term of one (1) year and until his or her successor is 
elected

and qualified, or until such director's earlier death, resignation,
incapacity to serve, or removal.
All paid WISPA members are eligible for board positions, however the
majority of the board will be WISPA Principal Members.
Sincerely,

Rick Harnish

Secretary

WISPA

260-827-2482

Founding Member of WISPA
 




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RE: [WISPA] WISPA Board Application Announcement

2007-04-16 Thread Rick Harnish
Yes, they do still need to fill out an application, but there is no reason
we can't accept nominations.  It is up to the nominating party, to contact
the nominee and have them fill out the application.

Rick Harnish
President
OnlyInternet Broadband  Wireless, Inc.
260-827-2482
Founding Member of WISPA

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of John Scrivner
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 10:01 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Application Announcement

People will need to fill out their own application in my opinion. If you 
feel someone should run then feel free to tell us so here.
Thanks,
Scriv



Peter R. wrote:

 Can we nominate people who need a nudge? :)

 Now's the time for those that feel that their views of the Industry 
 are undermet to stand up and be counted.

 - Peter


 Rick Harnish wrote:

 The WISPA Board Election schedule has been set.  All interested 
 members need
 to go to http://nominations.wispa.org/ and fill out the application 
 for the
 ballot.  We encourage and expect to get a very good response to this 
 year's
 call for directors.  We have grown substantially in the last six 
 months and
 WISPA is maturing into the lead association for the WISP community.
 Applications are due in 2 weeks, so don't procrastinate.  Further
 information about the election process and the responsibilities of 
 the board
 can be found in the bylaws at http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=4





 THE NOMINATION  ELECTION PROCESS
 Here are the important dates for those of you following the election,
 running for a board position and who will be taking part in the election
 process.

 May 1st, 2007 - Applications due.

 May 14, 2007 - Qualified nominees compiled and submitted to the standing
 Board of Directors. Nominee information made available via the WISPA Web
 site for member review.

 June 15, 2007 - Election of new Board members.

 All members are eligible to run for a board position. Only Principal and
 Vendor members may vote for board positions. Only one vote per 
 company is
 allowed. Instructions and credentials for voting will be sent to each 
 member
 company via email prior to election. If you are a member company and 
 do not
 receive instructions for voting or credentials it is your 
 responsibility to
 request such information by emailing [EMAIL PROTECTED] or calling 
 618-244-6868
 and requesting help getting your instructions and credentials for 
 voting.



 UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD

 The role of the board is to set policies that will ensure that it 
 fulfills
 its legal and professional responsibilities to members. The board 
 sets the
 strategic direction and leadership tone for the organization.

 The WISPA Board of Directors is comprised of seven (7). Each director 
 shall
 serve for a term of one (1) year and until his or her successor is 
 elected
 and qualified, or until such director's earlier death, resignation,
 incapacity to serve, or removal.
 All paid WISPA members are eligible for board positions, however the
 majority of the board will be WISPA Principal Members.
 Sincerely,

 Rick Harnish

 Secretary

 WISPA

 260-827-2482

 Founding Member of WISPA
  


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RE: [WISPA] WISPA Board

2007-04-16 Thread Mac Dearman
Scriv,

  How much of the current board is willing to take another turn in the
barrel? I personally feel like you and the others have done an outstanding
job and I feel inclined to nominate every one of you here now.

Y'ALL HAVE MY UTMOST RESPECT!

Mac Dearman



-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of John Scrivner
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 9:01 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Application Announcement

People will need to fill out their own application in my opinion. If you 
feel someone should run then feel free to tell us so here.
Thanks,
Scriv



Peter R. wrote:

 Can we nominate people who need a nudge? :)

 Now's the time for those that feel that their views of the Industry 
 are undermet to stand up and be counted.

 - Peter


 Rick Harnish wrote:

 The WISPA Board Election schedule has been set.  All interested 
 members need
 to go to http://nominations.wispa.org/ and fill out the application 
 for the
 ballot.  We encourage and expect to get a very good response to this 
 year's
 call for directors.  We have grown substantially in the last six 
 months and
 WISPA is maturing into the lead association for the WISP community.
 Applications are due in 2 weeks, so don't procrastinate.  Further
 information about the election process and the responsibilities of 
 the board
 can be found in the bylaws at http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=4





 THE NOMINATION  ELECTION PROCESS
 Here are the important dates for those of you following the election,
 running for a board position and who will be taking part in the election
 process.

 May 1st, 2007 - Applications due.

 May 14, 2007 - Qualified nominees compiled and submitted to the standing
 Board of Directors. Nominee information made available via the WISPA Web
 site for member review.

 June 15, 2007 - Election of new Board members.

 All members are eligible to run for a board position. Only Principal and
 Vendor members may vote for board positions. Only one vote per 
 company is
 allowed. Instructions and credentials for voting will be sent to each 
 member
 company via email prior to election. If you are a member company and 
 do not
 receive instructions for voting or credentials it is your 
 responsibility to
 request such information by emailing [EMAIL PROTECTED] or calling 
 618-244-6868
 and requesting help getting your instructions and credentials for 
 voting.



 UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD

 The role of the board is to set policies that will ensure that it 
 fulfills
 its legal and professional responsibilities to members. The board 
 sets the
 strategic direction and leadership tone for the organization.

 The WISPA Board of Directors is comprised of seven (7). Each director 
 shall
 serve for a term of one (1) year and until his or her successor is 
 elected
 and qualified, or until such director's earlier death, resignation,
 incapacity to serve, or removal.
 All paid WISPA members are eligible for board positions, however the
 majority of the board will be WISPA Principal Members.
 Sincerely,

 Rick Harnish

 Secretary

 WISPA

 260-827-2482

 Founding Member of WISPA
  


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RE: [WISPA] WISPA Board

2007-04-16 Thread David Weddell
I feel the same way. I am hoping that everyone on the board today is willing
to stay. You have accomplished so much in this last year...ie: membership is
UP, progress is being made with the FCC with spectrum, individual state
groups are being better organized to work together. I will second MAC on
this and nominate the current board to stay on the board. 

Regards,
David Weddell
Cue Connex, LLC
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
260 918 0737 Office
260 273 7547 Cell


-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Mac Dearman
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 10:45 AM
To: 'WISPA General List'
Subject: RE: [WISPA] WISPA Board 

Scriv,

  How much of the current board is willing to take another turn in the
barrel? I personally feel like you and the others have done an outstanding
job and I feel inclined to nominate every one of you here now.

Y'ALL HAVE MY UTMOST RESPECT!

Mac Dearman



-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of John Scrivner
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 9:01 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Application Announcement

People will need to fill out their own application in my opinion. If you 
feel someone should run then feel free to tell us so here.
Thanks,
Scriv



Peter R. wrote:

 Can we nominate people who need a nudge? :)

 Now's the time for those that feel that their views of the Industry 
 are undermet to stand up and be counted.

 - Peter


 Rick Harnish wrote:

 The WISPA Board Election schedule has been set.  All interested 
 members need
 to go to http://nominations.wispa.org/ and fill out the application 
 for the
 ballot.  We encourage and expect to get a very good response to this 
 year's
 call for directors.  We have grown substantially in the last six 
 months and
 WISPA is maturing into the lead association for the WISP community.
 Applications are due in 2 weeks, so don't procrastinate.  Further
 information about the election process and the responsibilities of 
 the board
 can be found in the bylaws at http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=4





 THE NOMINATION  ELECTION PROCESS
 Here are the important dates for those of you following the election,
 running for a board position and who will be taking part in the election
 process.

 May 1st, 2007 - Applications due.

 May 14, 2007 - Qualified nominees compiled and submitted to the standing
 Board of Directors. Nominee information made available via the WISPA Web
 site for member review.

 June 15, 2007 - Election of new Board members.

 All members are eligible to run for a board position. Only Principal and
 Vendor members may vote for board positions. Only one vote per 
 company is
 allowed. Instructions and credentials for voting will be sent to each 
 member
 company via email prior to election. If you are a member company and 
 do not
 receive instructions for voting or credentials it is your 
 responsibility to
 request such information by emailing [EMAIL PROTECTED] or calling 
 618-244-6868
 and requesting help getting your instructions and credentials for 
 voting.



 UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD

 The role of the board is to set policies that will ensure that it 
 fulfills
 its legal and professional responsibilities to members. The board 
 sets the
 strategic direction and leadership tone for the organization.

 The WISPA Board of Directors is comprised of seven (7). Each director 
 shall
 serve for a term of one (1) year and until his or her successor is 
 elected
 and qualified, or until such director's earlier death, resignation,
 incapacity to serve, or removal.
 All paid WISPA members are eligible for board positions, however the
 majority of the board will be WISPA Principal Members.
 Sincerely,

 Rick Harnish

 Secretary

 WISPA

 260-827-2482

 Founding Member of WISPA
  


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Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board

2007-04-16 Thread John Scrivner
Thank you for the kind words, Mac. I will certainly run as long as the 
group wants me to be part of the board of WISPA. I do want all of you to 
know though that I think any good organization should have people move 
through the ranks. Anyone who is part of WISPA, has some leadership 
skills and wants to see things improve for the industry should try to 
serve on the board at some point. It is a valuable experience. We need 
fresh ideas and new blood infused over time to keep this a going concern.


I think it makes us all better followers if we have to be leaders at 
some point. I see so many people who take a leadership role in local 
government, a town club, a church or charity and they take it on the 
chin from people who have never had to lead. If we all take a shot at 
leading WISPA over time the work product of the entire group will 
improve because we will all know what it is like to try to run this 
effort. In effect, we will all become better followers if we have been 
leaders at least once.  We will also all know more about the structure, 
management and operation of the organization. I feel this diversity is 
very important for the organization to remain vital and sustainable into 
the future.


I have told Mac before that I wanted to see him serve on the board of 
WISPA. I want to publicly request that Mac Dearman run for the board. 
For those of you who do not know it, Mac led the efforts after Katrina 
which led to some of the best work WISPA has ever done. We helped many 
people in shelters, churches, etc. Mac did a god job of leading that 
effort. I have little doubt that he would make a good director for WISPA 
in our next board. Mac, please go over to http://nominations.wispa.org 
and fill out the form.

John Scrivner
President
WISPA


Mac Dearman wrote:


Scriv,

 How much of the current board is willing to take another turn in the
barrel? I personally feel like you and the others have done an outstanding
job and I feel inclined to nominate every one of you here now.

Y'ALL HAVE MY UTMOST RESPECT!

Mac Dearman



-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of John Scrivner
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 9:01 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Application Announcement

People will need to fill out their own application in my opinion. If you 
feel someone should run then feel free to tell us so here.

Thanks,
Scriv



Peter R. wrote:

 


Can we nominate people who need a nudge? :)

Now's the time for those that feel that their views of the Industry 
are undermet to stand up and be counted.


- Peter


Rick Harnish wrote:

   

The WISPA Board Election schedule has been set.  All interested 
members need
to go to http://nominations.wispa.org/ and fill out the application 
for the
ballot.  We encourage and expect to get a very good response to this 
year's
call for directors.  We have grown substantially in the last six 
months and

WISPA is maturing into the lead association for the WISP community.
Applications are due in 2 weeks, so don't procrastinate.  Further
information about the election process and the responsibilities of 
the board

can be found in the bylaws at http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=4





THE NOMINATION  ELECTION PROCESS
Here are the important dates for those of you following the election,
running for a board position and who will be taking part in the election
process.

May 1st, 2007 - Applications due.

May 14, 2007 - Qualified nominees compiled and submitted to the standing
Board of Directors. Nominee information made available via the WISPA Web
site for member review.

June 15, 2007 - Election of new Board members.

All members are eligible to run for a board position. Only Principal and
Vendor members may vote for board positions. Only one vote per 
company is
allowed. Instructions and credentials for voting will be sent to each 
member
company via email prior to election. If you are a member company and 
do not
receive instructions for voting or credentials it is your 
responsibility to
request such information by emailing [EMAIL PROTECTED] or calling 
618-244-6868
and requesting help getting your instructions and credentials for 
voting.




UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD

The role of the board is to set policies that will ensure that it 
fulfills
its legal and professional responsibilities to members. The board 
sets the

strategic direction and leadership tone for the organization.

The WISPA Board of Directors is comprised of seven (7). Each director 
shall
serve for a term of one (1) year and until his or her successor is 
elected

and qualified, or until such director's earlier death, resignation,
incapacity to serve, or removal.
All paid WISPA members are eligible for board positions, however the
majority of the board will be WISPA Principal Members.
Sincerely,

Rick Harnish

Secretary

WISPA

260-827-2482

Founding Member of WISPA


 


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RE: [WISPA] WISPA Board

2007-04-16 Thread Rick Harnish
Ditto.MACMACMACMACMACMACMAC!

Rick Harnish
President
OnlyInternet Broadband  Wireless, Inc.
260-827-2482
Founding Member of WISPA

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of John Scrivner
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 11:10 AM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board

Thank you for the kind words, Mac. I will certainly run as long as the 
group wants me to be part of the board of WISPA. I do want all of you to 
know though that I think any good organization should have people move 
through the ranks. Anyone who is part of WISPA, has some leadership 
skills and wants to see things improve for the industry should try to 
serve on the board at some point. It is a valuable experience. We need 
fresh ideas and new blood infused over time to keep this a going concern.

I think it makes us all better followers if we have to be leaders at 
some point. I see so many people who take a leadership role in local 
government, a town club, a church or charity and they take it on the 
chin from people who have never had to lead. If we all take a shot at 
leading WISPA over time the work product of the entire group will 
improve because we will all know what it is like to try to run this 
effort. In effect, we will all become better followers if we have been 
leaders at least once.  We will also all know more about the structure, 
management and operation of the organization. I feel this diversity is 
very important for the organization to remain vital and sustainable into 
the future.

I have told Mac before that I wanted to see him serve on the board of 
WISPA. I want to publicly request that Mac Dearman run for the board. 
For those of you who do not know it, Mac led the efforts after Katrina 
which led to some of the best work WISPA has ever done. We helped many 
people in shelters, churches, etc. Mac did a god job of leading that 
effort. I have little doubt that he would make a good director for WISPA 
in our next board. Mac, please go over to http://nominations.wispa.org 
and fill out the form.
John Scrivner
President
WISPA


Mac Dearman wrote:

Scriv,

  How much of the current board is willing to take another turn in the
barrel? I personally feel like you and the others have done an outstanding
job and I feel inclined to nominate every one of you here now.

Y'ALL HAVE MY UTMOST RESPECT!

Mac Dearman



-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of John Scrivner
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 9:01 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Application Announcement

People will need to fill out their own application in my opinion. If you 
feel someone should run then feel free to tell us so here.
Thanks,
Scriv



Peter R. wrote:

  

Can we nominate people who need a nudge? :)

Now's the time for those that feel that their views of the Industry 
are undermet to stand up and be counted.

- Peter


Rick Harnish wrote:



The WISPA Board Election schedule has been set.  All interested 
members need
to go to http://nominations.wispa.org/ and fill out the application 
for the
ballot.  We encourage and expect to get a very good response to this 
year's
call for directors.  We have grown substantially in the last six 
months and
WISPA is maturing into the lead association for the WISP community.
Applications are due in 2 weeks, so don't procrastinate.  Further
information about the election process and the responsibilities of 
the board
can be found in the bylaws at http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=4





THE NOMINATION  ELECTION PROCESS
Here are the important dates for those of you following the election,
running for a board position and who will be taking part in the election
process.

May 1st, 2007 - Applications due.

May 14, 2007 - Qualified nominees compiled and submitted to the standing
Board of Directors. Nominee information made available via the WISPA Web
site for member review.

June 15, 2007 - Election of new Board members.

All members are eligible to run for a board position. Only Principal and
Vendor members may vote for board positions. Only one vote per 
company is
allowed. Instructions and credentials for voting will be sent to each 
member
company via email prior to election. If you are a member company and 
do not
receive instructions for voting or credentials it is your 
responsibility to
request such information by emailing [EMAIL PROTECTED] or calling 
618-244-6868
and requesting help getting your instructions and credentials for 
voting.



UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD

The role of the board is to set policies that will ensure that it 
fulfills
its legal and professional responsibilities to members. The board 
sets the
strategic direction and leadership tone for the organization.

The WISPA Board of Directors is comprised of seven (7). Each director 
shall
serve for a term of one (1) year and until his or her successor is 
elected
and qualified

Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board

2007-04-16 Thread Carl A jeptha

Ok we have a seconder on the motion, it seems that the motion is carried.
Mr Dearman, please report to nominations section and complete the 
necessary forms.


This discussion is closed. Also Mr Dearman, if we want your opinion on 
this matter we will give it to you and if you really want to insist 
about your opinion, we will beat it out of you. :o


What can I say, I am ex-navy. :-D

You have a Good Day now,


Carl A Jeptha
http://www.airnet.ca
Office Phone: 905 349-2084
Office Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm
skype cajeptha



Rick Harnish wrote:

Ditto.MACMACMACMACMACMACMAC!

Rick Harnish
President
OnlyInternet Broadband  Wireless, Inc.
260-827-2482
Founding Member of WISPA

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of John Scrivner
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 11:10 AM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board

Thank you for the kind words, Mac. I will certainly run as long as the 
group wants me to be part of the board of WISPA. I do want all of you to 
know though that I think any good organization should have people move 
through the ranks. Anyone who is part of WISPA, has some leadership 
skills and wants to see things improve for the industry should try to 
serve on the board at some point. It is a valuable experience. We need 
fresh ideas and new blood infused over time to keep this a going concern.


I think it makes us all better followers if we have to be leaders at 
some point. I see so many people who take a leadership role in local 
government, a town club, a church or charity and they take it on the 
chin from people who have never had to lead. If we all take a shot at 
leading WISPA over time the work product of the entire group will 
improve because we will all know what it is like to try to run this 
effort. In effect, we will all become better followers if we have been 
leaders at least once.  We will also all know more about the structure, 
management and operation of the organization. I feel this diversity is 
very important for the organization to remain vital and sustainable into 
the future.


I have told Mac before that I wanted to see him serve on the board of 
WISPA. I want to publicly request that Mac Dearman run for the board. 
For those of you who do not know it, Mac led the efforts after Katrina 
which led to some of the best work WISPA has ever done. We helped many 
people in shelters, churches, etc. Mac did a god job of leading that 
effort. I have little doubt that he would make a good director for WISPA 
in our next board. Mac, please go over to http://nominations.wispa.org 
and fill out the form.

John Scrivner
President
WISPA


Mac Dearman wrote:

  

Scriv,

 How much of the current board is willing to take another turn in the
barrel? I personally feel like you and the others have done an outstanding
job and I feel inclined to nominate every one of you here now.

Y'ALL HAVE MY UTMOST RESPECT!

Mac Dearman



-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of John Scrivner
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 9:01 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] WISPA Board Application Announcement

People will need to fill out their own application in my opinion. If you 
feel someone should run then feel free to tell us so here.

Thanks,
Scriv



Peter R. wrote:

 



Can we nominate people who need a nudge? :)

Now's the time for those that feel that their views of the Industry 
are undermet to stand up and be counted.


- Peter


Rick Harnish wrote:

   

  
The WISPA Board Election schedule has been set.  All interested 
members need
to go to http://nominations.wispa.org/ and fill out the application 
for the
ballot.  We encourage and expect to get a very good response to this 
year's
call for directors.  We have grown substantially in the last six 
months and

WISPA is maturing into the lead association for the WISP community.
Applications are due in 2 weeks, so don't procrastinate.  Further
information about the election process and the responsibilities of 
the board

can be found in the bylaws at http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=4





THE NOMINATION  ELECTION PROCESS
Here are the important dates for those of you following the election,
running for a board position and who will be taking part in the election
process.

May 1st, 2007 - Applications due.

May 14, 2007 - Qualified nominees compiled and submitted to the standing
Board of Directors. Nominee information made available via the WISPA Web
site for member review.

June 15, 2007 - Election of new Board members.

All members are eligible to run for a board position. Only Principal and
Vendor members may vote for board positions. Only one vote per 
company is
allowed. Instructions and credentials for voting will be sent to each 
member
company via email prior to election. If you are a member company and 
do not
receive instructions for voting or credentials it is your 
responsibility to
request