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Board Members Speak: Todd Pownell

I have always admired SNAG for its unique mix of critical thought and useful knowledge sharing. I truly felt It would be both challenging and rewarding for me to work with this important organization.

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2013 Election Results

The SNAG 2013 election took place this month. Here are the results:

 

     
Board of Directors: Jim Bové and Becky McDonah


Nominations & Elections Committee: Laura Wood

All amendments passed with strong support from the membership:
Amendment shortening the term of board service and changing the structure of appointed positions
Amendment making the Treasurer an appointed position
Amendment shortening the term of the President

Thank you to all the candidates, to the members who voted, and to the Nominations & Elections Committee.


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Sharon Massey – Board Members Speak (February 2013)

I started reading Metalsmith magazine at age 15 while in my first jewelry class, and I’ve been a member of SNAG for as long as I can remember. I always thought that I would like to serve on the board at some point, and during the past year the time just seemed right. During the past seven years I have completed graduate school, taught at a variety of institutions, worked for an arts non-profit, and made several bodies of work. I feel like I have a unique perspective of the field as a result of my experiences, and I hope I use that knowledge to enhance my board service.

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Brigitte Martin – Board Members Speak (December 2012)

I am the “Community Liaison.” My job is to be a direct and neutral communication portal between the board and the membership at large. I am available to listen to what members have to say and to bring their concerns and requests to the attention of various board members, the Executive Director or the President, whoever is in the best position to answer the question at hand.

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Anika Smulovitz (February 2012) – Board Members Speak

Upon joining the Board, I took on the responsibilities of secretary, liaison to the Volunteer Coordinator, and liaison to the Program Review Committee. In my second year, my responsibilities changed. I am now the liaison to, as well as a member of the Editorial Advisory Committee (EAC) for Metalsmith magazine.

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