Committee Nominations - Ruby Australia
We are currently welcoming nominations for the positions on the Ruby Australia Committee that will be up for election at the May 2019 Special General Meeting.

You are welcome to nominate yourself, or someone else you feel is deserving of the nomination. If you are nominating someone else, please confirm with them before submitting this form that they accept the nomination, and are willing to be a part of the Ruby Australia committee.

More information on the committee, open positions, and the association more generally can be found at https://ruby.org.au and https://forum.ruby.org.au/c/ruby-au.

Elections for these roles will be held at the Rails Camp 25 Special General Meeting, which will be held at Woodman Point Recreation Camp in Perth, Western Australia, on the 12th of May 2019 at 2:30pm.

Who are you nominating? *
This can be yourself or somebody else.
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What is the nominee's email address? *
This will only be used to confirm their nomination, and will not be shared with any third parties.
Your answer
Will they be attending Rails Camp 25 and the Special General Meeting? *
Which position are they being nominated for? *
The Vice President role will be filled first, and then the two general member positions. If this person is being nominated for both positions, they will only be considered for a general member position if they are unsuccessful in being elected to the Vice President role.
What is the reason for this nomination?
If it's yourself, tell us why you're keen to be a part of the committee. If it's for someone else, why do you think they should be on the committee? This response will be shared at the general meeting as part of the election process.
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What is your name? *
Your answer
What is your email address? *
This will only be used to confirm the nomination, and will not be shared with any third parties.
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