Join the NENA Chapter Challenge
NENA is issuing a
challenge to each chapter to
increase membership for the 2019
membership year -
with big prizes
for the winners!
4200 Surface Rd Columbus, Ohio 43228
Vendor setup by 830 AM
Training 9 AM to 10 AM
Training Topic: Navigating Line of Duty Deaths and
other Traumatic Events within your Center
Presenter: Amber L. Young ENP
Third Shift Supervisor II,
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Business Meeting 10 AM to 11 AM
Vendor Time 11 AM to 12:30 PM
Lunch 11:30 AM
Thanks to the follwoing vendors for participating at the May Meeting!!
Applied Digital Solutions, Inc.
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Steven Campbell &
Vendor Information for all
are welcome to attend the
joint quarterly meetings
free of charge and
membership is not a
requirement. If you are
interested in exhibiting or
sponsoring lunch at future
meetings the costs are $75
and $650 respectively. As a
you have an opportunity to
speak during the luncheon as
well as exhibit in the
participate in future quarterly
meetings or sponsor lunch contact
Norberto Colon at email@example.com
The Ohio Chapter of NENA will be holding Elections at the
November meeting. We will be voting on District 2 & 4 Trustees and
Secretary. (see descriptions below) If you are interested in
seeking one of the positions, please contact Rose Chambers (firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne Barr (email@example.com
or Brad Brubaker (firstname.lastname@example.org
The slate of Candidates will be presented to the Membership at the
A. The Secretary shall have such duties and exercise such authority
as from time to time may be delegated or assigned by the President
or the Executive Board.
A. Provide for the notice and keeping of minutes and records of all
B. Serve as Historian of the Chapter, coordinate the input and
maintain an archive which shall store, list and maintain that which
is deemed to be of historical value to the Chapter, including the
morgue of all official publications, and cause to be printed in
official publication information of historical interest to the
membership of this Chapter.
C. Maintain the records, files and library of the Chapter and handle
its general correspondence.
D. Serve as the secretary of the meeting of the Executive Board.
2.4.1 Duties A. Shall have such duties and exercise such
authority as from time to time that may be delegated or assigned by
the President or the Executive Board.
submit a written report annually for their District which will be
included in the Secretary Minutes of the November meeting.
C. Provide a written or verbal district report at each
D. Shall make every effort
to promote NENA throughout their District
Section 3. Voting and Officer
Restrictions All members, except Associate Members, as defined
herein above in good standing may vote for and hold elected
positions in the State Chapter.
Section 2. Election Procedure
2.1 The nominating
Committee shall call for nominations for particular offices from the
Active membership and prepare a slate of candidates. Officers
shall be elected from the slate submitted by the nominating
committee in accordance with Bylaws Article IV, section 1.1 of this
Article. The Executive Board shall establish voting procedures
for the election of candidates, which may include a procedure for
electronic voting/balloting or by a secret ballot. In the event
of more than one candidate for a particular office, Officers must be
eligible to hold office in accordance with the Constitution Article
II section 3.
2.2 After receipt of nominations
from the membership, the Nominating Committee will report a final
slate of candidates to the Active membership at least one month
prior to the September Meeting together with ballots.
Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary, and Active or
Commercial member in good standing may be nominated for any elected
position at the Annual Chapter Conference.
Elections shall take place at the regularly scheduled business
meeting in November, and shall be determined by a simple majority
(50% +1) of the ballots cast. In the event of more than two
candidates for a particular office, should be a simple majority not
be determined on the first ballot, the candidates receiving the two
largest number of votes shall engage in a run-off election to be
conducted at the same session of the November Meeting.
District 2: Ashland, Ashtabula, Carroll, Columbiana,
Coshocton, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Harrison, Holmes, Huron,
Jefferson, Knox, Lake, Lorain, Mahoning, Medina, Portage,
Richland, Stark, Summit,
Trumbull, Tuscarawas, Wayne
District 4: Athens, Belmont, Fairfield, Franklin, Gallia,
Guernsey, Hocking, Jackson, Lawrence, Licking,
Meigs, Monroe, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble, Perry, Pickaway, Pike,
Ross, Scioto, Vinton, Washington
The Nominating Committee (Rose, Anne & Brad)