The May First Movement Technology membership voting period has ended and results are shared below. This concludes our 2020 membership meeting activities and marks our second year successfully carrying out this excercise as a membership cooperative.
This year we had a total of 132 member ballots cast. As per our bylaws the votes of members registered as organizations count twice and individuals once.
Board Members completing their terms of service
We would like to acknowledge and thank the following board members who will be completing their terms for their participation and service:
New board members
The following May First members have been elected to carry out a 3 year term on the May First Movement Technology Board of Directors:
Name - Votes received
Lucia Sánchez Torres - 172
Ken Montenegro - 151
Suren Moodliar - 149
Kyung-Ji Kate Rhee - 146
Dave Britton - 127
Dave Lindorff - 122
The following members have been named directly by May First workers to carry out a 1 year term as per our by-laws
All of the above members will join the following 13 members who continue to serve their terms on the board of directors for a total of 24 active board members for 2021.
Samantha Camacho Guadarrama
Melanie E L Bush
Jerome w Scott
Change to bylaws approved
The ‘Change to bylaws to adjust membership dues’ as part of the new dues proposal has been approved with 179 votes in favor and 15 against.
Priorities for 2020
The staff and board took your feedback from our membership meeting activities over the past 7 weeks, condensed them into the following list of priorities and asked members to tell us which they felt were most important. The priorities are listed here with weighted scores in order of importance as ranked by members:
Unfortunately we must acknowledge an important error on the ballot. The MFMT board intended to provide a list of 10 priorities for members to rank but only 9 appeared. The following item was omitted by mistake.
Improve website and documentation
More detailed sub priorities include:
The staff offers a sincere apology for this error. The above issue received repeated feedback from members in the membership meeting consultations. This issue will still be included in the list of priorities for 2020 even though it could not be ranked by members.