PUG Steering Committee Elections 2017


Since we have not received enough nominations to fill all upcoming vacancies, the committee has decided to extend nominations till April 21

Elections will be pushed back by a week

From March 6st until April 21st 2017, members of the community can put their name forward for the PUG Steering elections.  Online voting will then take place from April 24th to April 30th 2017.

Nominations: March 6, 2017 to April 21, 2017
Voting: April 24th to April 30th 2017

What’s it like being on the Steering Committee?

Being a part of the Steering Committee is a challenging but rewarding experience.  You will have the opportunity to influence the direction of the PUG, improve our global community, help plan the Esri Petroleum GIS Conference, work with other passionate GIS professionals… the list goes on!

Steering Committee members come from all aspects of the Petroleum GIS community and any location.  There is a monthly meeting that committee members are expected to attend (in person or by phone) and there is work that needs to be done.  Being on the committee is not a free ride but the rewards are so worth the effort.

Elections are open to any PUG member, regardless of location, company, title, etc.  Voting is open to all members of the PUG Community and will be conducted online.

Sign me up!

Visit https://pugonline.org/about/policies/elections/ to learn about the nominations process.  Nominees will need to send in a bio and photo by March 17th, 2016.  And because of the required time commitment, it is advisable that you get support from your employer before submitting your name.

About PUG

We are a geospatial Petroleum User Group community comprised of operators, software companies, consulting companies, data providers and others.  We are all working as volunteers to improve the industry’s understanding of and ability to leverage GIS and related technologies.

The Steering Committee leads the PUG and owns the vision, mission, goals, and budget. They carry out projects which promote a more active and useful resource for the community.

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