Voting begins on Monday for the SIS Alumni Society executive board annual elections.  Please visit and cast your vote for the new 2015 – 2016 SIS Alumni Society officers and members-at-large. 

Cast your ballot for one (1) vice-president/ president-elect, one (1) secretary, and up to two (2) members-at-large.

Ballots will be collected until Wednesday August 12 at 5 PM EDT. 


The nominees are (name, year of graduation, reason for nomination if given):




·         Leonard Kelsey (’14) “As a new librarian, Kelsey brings a great perspective and energy to her work.  I've worked with Kelsey for several years and seen her grow as a professional, obtaining the Academy of Health Information Professionals certification, publishing, and in contributing to the profession.  She would be a great addition to the board as secretary.”

Members-at large


Thanks to those who nominated candidates and congratulations to the nominees!


Reminder: Amy Dye-Reeves will be the 2015-16 President, Diana Holden and Courtney Fuson will serve another year on the board as members-at-large.  Two new members at large, a secretary and vice-president/president-elect will need to be nominated and elected.


Thanks to Chris Durman (2005) and Andy Madson (2006) for serving two years as Members-at-large and to Aaron Dobbs for his three years of service on the board (VP 2012-13, Pres. 2013-14, Past Pres. 2014-15)!


Thank you for the opportunity to serve,


J. Michael Lindsay

SIS Alumni Society Board President, 2014-5


J. Michael Lindsay, MSIS, AHIP
Serials/E Resources Librarian, Associate Professor

Health Information Center

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