Are you ready to take your CCC credential to another level? Why not consider running for the CCC board? You are invited to submit your name on the 2019 election ballot to serve as a director. There are six seats open for election on the 14-member board.
The CCC board is responsible for the program’s overall policy and direction, as well as for standards and requirements to become certified and maintain certification. You can find more information in the CCC
Operating Guidelines located on the CCC program governance page on
Who can be on the board?
All persons holding the CCC designation in good standing and who are employed within the national community of electric cooperative businesses can serve on the board. Good standing is defined as follows:
- Satisfactorily maintaining the CCC designation by adhering to the continuing education requirements
- Adhering to board policy and standards of conduct
- Current on professional fees as of December 31, 2018
I’m interested. What should I do?
If you are interested in standing for election, please submit your name to Angie Hylton via email: firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. Upon receipt of this email, Angie will send you a packet of materials including the position description, the CCC Operating Guidelines, campaign guidelines, and necessary forms.
Election materials are due on February 27. The elections will take place from March 13 – 27, and the results will be announced by April 3. New board members are invited (but not required) to attend the spring board meeting on May 6 in Houston, prior to the CONNECT conference.
What do I need to know?
Serving as a CCC director requires a significant commitment from you, as well as your co-op. You are required to attend at least two of the three in-person meetings per year and participate in monthly conference calls. Your CEO must be willing to bear the cost of travel and your time away from the office.
We hope you consider this invitation whether you are a brand new CCC or 20-year veteran. It is a great opportunity to grow professionally and to contribute to the CCC program.
For questions about the election process, Angie.Hylton@nreca.coop. For questions about serving on the board, contact email@example.com or call 703-907-5998.