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CALI 2021 Board Nominations & Elections Schedule

 

The California Association of Licensed Investigators (CALI) is seeking qualified members to serve a two-year term on the Board of Directors. Participation on the CALI Board of Directors is a unique opportunity to shaping the future of the world's largest PI association, advocate for its mission, and represent professional investigators. Members interested in running for office, please review the list of important dates and deadlines below for the 2021-2013 term.


Monday, March 1: Deadline for members to notify the Executive Director (ED) in writing (via email, fax, or USPS - contact information below) of their desire to run for a two-year term position of:

  • President
  • Vice President of Administrative Services
  • Vice President of Investigative and Security Services
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Director at Large

Excerpt from the CALI Bylaws:

 

9.05 Eligibility for Office.

To be eligible for the office of President, the candidate must have been an active member for no less than three years immediately preceding commencement of the term of office and have served on the Board of Directors no less than two years. Candidates for Vice President of Administrative Services, Vice President of Investigative and Security Services, Secretary, or Treasurer must have been an active member for no less than two years immediately preceding commencement of the term of office and have served on the Board of Directors no less than one year. Candidates for Director-at-Large, District Director or District Governor must have been an active member for one full year immediately preceding commencement of the term of office. No two members of the Board of Directors may be from the same agency.


Any member elected or appointed to a position as an Officer, District Director or District Governor cannot simultaneously serve in an elected or appointed leadership position for a competing organization. A competing organization is defined as a California state private investigator or private patrol association that provides similar services as CALI and seeks members with similar qualifications.

 

Friday, March 12: Candidates will be granted 3 minutes to address attendees at the virtual CALI Legislative Week if they choose.

 

Monday, March 29: The Executive Director must receive the candidate's statements (no more than 300 words) and picture (optional). Candidate's statements and photos may be placed on the CALI website and the Listserv.

 

Friday, April 2: CALI HQ will email the slate of candidates to Elections Committee members; Elections Committee Chair will distribute the slate of candidates to the membership via e-mail.

 

Thursday, April 8: Deadline for CALI HQ to have candidate statements and ballot formatted and sent to Elections Committee for proofing.

 

Monday, April 19: Deadline for CALI HQ to email ballots to all members.

 

Friday May 14, 5:00 pm PST: Deadline for ballots to be received by CALI HQ in order to be valid.
 

Wednesday, May 19: Ballots to be reviewed by ED and Elections Committee, candidates may participate in review of results. Tabulations will be examined. Votes will be verified and certified. Results will be announced during the Annual Business Meeting.

 


Contact HQ Information:

Maria Lagunas
Executive Director
California Association of Licensed Investigators

65 Enterprise

Aliso Viejo, CA 92656

949-715-5401

949-502-0450 Fax

info@cali-pi.org