Voting Continues for AAPG Executive Committee

Voting continues for the 2014-15 AAPG Executive Committee, with members having the option of casting a ballot either online or via mail.

Voting will remain open through May 15.

Biographical information on all six AAPG officer candidates for the 2014-15 Executive Committee, plus their responses on the topic: “Why I Accepted the Invitation to be a Candidate for an AAPG Office,” are available online.

Also available online are videos of all six candidates – featuring a conversational question-answer format – where they will remain throughout the election season.

The videos show candidates responding to six specific questions, and are intended to allow members around the world to have a better introduction to those running for office.

The person voted president-elect will serve in that capacity for one year and will be AAPG president for 2015-16. The terms for vice president-Sections and treasurer are two years.

View the videos now.

The slate is:

President-Elect

  • Alfredo E. Guzmán, consultant, Veracruz, Mexico.
  • John R. Hogg, MGM Energy Corp., Calgary, Canada.

Vice President-Sections

  • Steven H. Brachman, Wapiti Energy, Houston.
  • Hannes E. Leetaru, Illinois State Geological Survey, Urbana, Ill.

Treasurer

  • Vlastimila Dvorakova, Czech Geological Survey, Brno, Czech Republic.
  • James W. Tucker, consultant, Houston.

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