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Global and Regional Governance

2024 Global Governance Details

ASIS volunteer leaders are the heart of ASIS. ASIS is committed to creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive volunteer community and providing opportunities for security professionals around the world to participate at the highest levels of strategic leadership supporting our regional and global boards of directors.

The Global and Regional Boards help determine and support the direction for ASIS International around the world or in their region. The Nominating Committees identify and select officer and director candidates to serve on ASIS Boards.

2024 GOVERNANCE TIMELINE

Regional Board Nominating Committee Call for Candidates Process

Candidate Interest Forms Open     1 May
Candidate Interest Forms Due     31 May
Candidates Selected     Week of 29 July
Global Board Approves Candidates     13 August
Candidates Notified     No later than 30 August


Global and Regional Board Call for Candidates Process

Candidate Interest Forms Open     15 August
Candidate Interest Forms Due     30 September
Candidates Selected     Week of 21 October
Global Board Approves Candidates     12 November
Candidates Notified     No later than 3 December

Global and Regional Board Governance FAQs

Want to know more about global governance – what it is and how you can participate? Check out our FAQs.

What skills and competencies should someone have to serve on a Nominating Committee?
Members considering a role on an ASIS Nominating Committee must have a passion for the organization to ensure the leaders selected will do their duty to guide the organization to meet the mission of the organization and the global security profession

Who is eligible to serve on Nominating Committee?
Ideal candidates for a Nominating Committee must have been a member of ASIS and have served as a volunteer in a leadership role (Chapter Chair, Chapter Vice Chair, Community Chair, Community Vice Chair, global or regional board committee member, member of the PSB, PCB, Foundation BOT, CSO Center Board, etc.) for no less than 5 years.

What are the roles and responsibility for Nominating Committees?
In addition to selecting its own members, Nominating Committees identify and select officer and director candidates to serve on ASIS Boards who meet the desired competencies and characteristics identified for the overall composition of the Board. They will ensure that the selection process is properly implemented as prescribed in the association’s policies. In many respects, the nominating committees are the most important committees at ASIS; these committees are responsible for the selection of the leaders of the organization at the global and regional level.

What skills and competencies should someone have to serve on a Board of Directors?
To serve on a Board of Directors, candidates must have a global or regional view of the profession, want to elevate the profession by identifying opportunities for ASIS to support and advance security worldwide, and be a servant leader – putting the needs of ASIS members before individual needs. A complete list of skills and competencies are listed in our FAQs.

Who is eligible to serve on Board of Directors?
Ideal candidates for a Nominating Committee must have been a member of ASIS and have served as a volunteer in a leadership role (Chapter Chair, Chapter Vice Chair, Community Chair, Community Vice Chair, global or regional board committee member, member of the PSB, PCB, Foundation BOT, CSO Center Board, etc.) for no less than 5 years.

What are roles and responsibilities for Board Directors?
The Global Board of Directors provide strategic guidance, high-level oversight, and resource allocation for global direction of the organization. This is the ultimate fiduciary body of the organization, and its primary function is to determine resource strategy globally.

Regional Boards of Directors, reporting to and working in concert with the Global Board of Directors, determine the business plan that meets the needs of members in a specific region in alignment with the global strategic plan that is locally, regionally, and culturally relevant. Regional boards carry out strategy, policy, and standard operating procedures in their respective regions.

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Meet Your 2024 Global and Regional Boards of Directors

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2024 Nominating Committees

ASIS GLOBAL BOARD NOMINATING COMMMITTEE

Timothy McCreight, CPP, Chair
Gigi Agassini, CPP, At-Large Member
Axel Petri, CPP, Director Member
Bonnie Michelman, CPP, At-Large Member
Erik de Vries, CPP, PSP, Director Member
Phillip Bratton, CPP, PSP, Director Member
Mark Landry, CPP, At-Large Member
William Tenney, CEO, Non-Voting Member

ASIA PACIFIC REGIONAL BOARD NOMINATING COMMITTEE

Wilfred Bradford, Chair
Daniel Holtsjo, Member
Rex Lam, CPP, Member
Kevin Foster, Member

EUROPEAN REGIONAL BOARD NOMINATING COMMITTEE

Eric Davoine, CPP, Chair
Jean-Fernand Perenne, CPP, Member
Berndt Rif, CPP, PCI, Member
Erwin van de Weerd, APP, Member
William Tenney, Ex-officio, Nonvoting Member
Andy Williams, CPP, Vice Chair, ERBOD – Liaison

 

LATIN AMERICA CARIBBEAN REGIONAL BOARD NOMINATING COMMITTEE

Gerardo de Lago Acosta, CPP, Chair
Andrea Del Herrera, CPP, Member
Jose Barone, PSP, PCI, Member
William Tenney, Ex-officio, Nonvoting Member
Marco Vega, CPP, Vice Chair, LACRB – Liaison

NORTH AMERICAN REGIONAL BOARD NOMINATING COMMITTEE

Jason Caissie, CPP, PCI, PSP, Chair
Mark Gaudette, CPP, Member
Ter Govang, CPP, Member
Amy Poole, Member
William Tenney, Ex-officio, Nonvoting Member
Craig Russell, CPP, Vice Chair, NARBOD – Liaison

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