Moodle User’s Association have selected the next committee – the governing body of MUA, for the year 2017-18. This time there are 5 new members to the Moodle User’s Association committee. The new committee was chosen out of the 13 candidates in total.
The new committee will have their first reconvened AGM meet at 14:00 UTC on October 10th. During the AGM, the committee will decide the leadership roles within the committee like the Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Treasurer, Secretary etc.

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Members of the new MUA committee:

The members of committee in descending order of votes are as follows:

  1. Thom Rawson – 10240
  2. Richard Samson (Committee Member) – 7385
  3. Joseph Thibault (Committee Member) – 7339
  4. Emma Richardson (Vice Chairperson) – 6733
  5. Mike Churchward – 6253
  6. Jessica Gramp – 4885
  7. Jeff Webster (Secretary) – 3915
  8. Kenneth Scott Huntley – 2200
  9. Steven Powell (Chairperson) – 2180
  10. Luiggi Sansonetti – 1980

The other candidates who couldn’t make it to the committee this year are as follows:

  • Dr. Laurie Korte
  • Andrew Chambers
  • Aurelie Soulier

The 5 committee members from last year who don’t participated in this year’s committee elections are Mark McKay, Hideto Harashima, Nick Thompson, Jean-Marc Doucet & Jaswinder Singh (myself). I opted out of the committee election this year due to my personal commitments.

About Moodle User’s Association Committee:

The Moodle Users Association Committee is an elected body of members responsible for the management of membership, activity and financial activity of the Association. The Committee comprises a Chairperson, a Vice-Chairperson, a Secretary, a Treasurer, and additional general Committee members.
My best wishes to the new committee to take the association itself and the project initiatives taken by the association to a new level. Wish you all best of luck!

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