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GSI Board Nominations 2021

The nominating committee of Greater Spokane Inc. has completed its task to nominate new members for three-year terms to the Board of Trustees commencing January 1, 2021.

The nominees are:

  • Nadine Burgess, Spokane Gymnastics
  • Brooke Baker-Spink, Baker Construction
  • Matt Ewers, IEDS Logistics
  • Roger Flint, Parametrix
  • Rustin Hall, ALSC Architects, PS
  • Julie Honekamp, SNAP
  • Jeff Johnson, NAI Black
  • Otto Klein, Spokane Indians Baseball
  • Chris McFaul, Horizon Hospice
  • Patricia McRae, KHQ-TV
  • Ben Small, Central Valley School District
  • Keva Sonderen, Sonderen Packaging
  • Adam Swinyard, Spokane Public Schools
  • Linda Underwood, U.S. Bank

According to the bylaws of Greater Spokane Inc., additional nominations to the Board of Trustees, other than those made by the nominating committee, may be made by endorsement of ten (10) members and submitted to the Treasurer by October 15. In the event this occurs, a ballot will be sent to all members above in good standing in accordance with Section 3.6, with all ballots to be returned on or before 5:00 P.M. October 30. Those members having the most votes will be declared elected and the Treasurer will certify their election at the annual trustees’ meeting.

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