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2017 Board of Directors Election Results

Posted By Administration, Thursday, June 1, 2017

We are pleased to announce that the 2017 Board of Directors election is complete.

We would like to take a moment to thank those of you who took the time to vote in our recent election. For those that do not already know, Vivit has a Board of Directors that consists of nine directors who manage our staff and provide leadership and direction to our Local User Group and Special Interest Group leaders throughout the world. This year Vivit held staggered elections to elect four of the nine board members.

It is our distinct pleasure to announce the 2017 class of elected Vivit Board Members:

Todd DeCapua

Corporation Service Company
Wilmington, Delaware, USA

Christopher J. Scharer

Berkley Technology Services
West Des Moines, Iowa, USA

Karen Semonson

Smart Solutions, Inc.
Madison, Wisconsin, USA

Chris Trimper

Independent Health
Buffalo, New York, USA

We would also like to thank the other board candidates who although they were not elected to the board this year, they were exceedingly strong candidates who volunteer their time as Local User Group or Special Interest Group leaders. We feel proud to have them as leaders within our organization and hope that they’ll consider standing for election in future years.

Pedro Mendez

Lisbon, Portugal

Alvin Sumter

ThyssenKrupp Elevator Americas
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Finally, we would also like to take a moment to thank Robbie Clay-Ament who is departing the Vivit Board this year. Robbie is stepping away from the Board due to work commitments and personal obligations and will be a loss to our team. We wish her well and hope that she will stay in touch.

Robbie Clay-Ament

Delta Air Lines
Atlanta, Georgia, US

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