AGM 2020

The AGSC AGM will be held on Wed Dec 16th 2020 5pm AEST and we strongly encourage all members attend to gain an insight into what the Board has been working on this year and to vote on some important  resolutions. 


Here is a snapshot of what you will be asked to vote on:


1. Extension of current Board tenure from 12 months, due to finish in March 2021, to approximately 18 months (at the next AGM of 2021)


Click here to read the explanation why the Board is requesting this

Click here to read the Board members biography and their personal Board statement


2. Resolution for the provision of Treasurer and Secretary to be non-members

Click here to read more on this issue


3. Creation of optional two Vice President office bearer positions

Click here to read more on on this issue


If you are unable to attend, please send in your proxy form nominating a member to speak or vote for you at the AGM,  or you may also choose any Board member to send your proxy to.

Download your proxy form from HERE

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