Click on AGM notification 2021 for details including ZOOM connection link.
AGM papers are all uploaded for you, click on the items below and they will download to your computer. Open them from your downloads folder (or use the small downward pointing arrow near the top right of your screen).
Due to COVID-19, we will be holding a virtual AGM this year on ZOOM. Click here to access the ZOOM meeting details.
The Business of the Meeting is to
- To consider and pass if agreed, a Special Resolution to amend the Association’s Constitution in line with the NSW Associations Incorporation Act (2009) with the addition of a clause allowing on-going use of technology / videoconferences to hold general meetings of members * new clause below
- To accept the Minutes of the 2020 AGM
- To accept the 2020/2021 Annual Report of the Association
- To accept the 2020/2021 audited Annual Financial Statements of the Association
- To appoint the Auditor for 2021/2022
- To elect the Board Members for 2021/2022
* New Clause 30.5
“The Board may also determine that a general meeting be held at 2 or more venues using any technology that gives each of the association’s members a reasonable opportunity to participate.
Please follow this link to see synopses of current Board Members (you will need to scroll down the page).
Proposed new Board Members are listed below.
Mark has been duly nominated to join the Board as Treasurer in November 2021. Mark’s professional career includes over twenty years as senior executive and director in the vocational and international educator sector. In that time, Mark has also served on a number of not-for-profit Boards, with a remit to support the needs of disadvantaged young people. Mark’s family has a long history of living with Huntington’s disease, which has motivated him to improve the quality of life for those affected and their loved ones.
Kim has been duly nominated to become Secretary, after being elected to the Board in November 2020. He is an IT Project Manager and brings to the board more than 20 years of experience in the public (Defence) and private sector and has experience as a non-profit director of soldiers clubs in NSW. Kim has a strong background in strategic planning, project management and regulatory compliance.
Following the meeting there will be an address by Prof Kenneth Serbin (aka Gene Veritas), Professor of History at San Diego University, USA. To read more information click here.
Phone 02 9874 9777 or email us for more information.