Nomination Guidelines and Deadlines
All nominees must be ODTUG members who have paid their dues and are in good standing. Nominees must read and agree to the terms of the ODTUG bylaws. Please submit your nomination with a campaign statement, brief biography, brief summary of the member’s experience serving in user group volunteer positions (if any), headshot picture of the nominee in JPG format, and agreement to the bylaws.
The campaign statement (no more than 250 words) should include why you are interested in becoming a board member, your experience with ODTUG or similar groups, what specific talent/experience you possess that could enhance the leadership of ODTUG, and your goals if elected to the board. Feel free to add hyperlinks as nominations will be posted electronically. Hyperlinks will count toward the word limit.
- The biography (no more than 150 words) should include your professional biographical information, experience with Oracle tools, current and past employers, publication information, education, and other background information you feel would paint a clear picture of your leadership abilities and knowledge of Oracle tools. Please do not include personal information regarding family or hobbies.
- If mailing or faxing your submission, please include a written agreement to the bylaws. Electronic submissions must agree to the bylaws before the submission is accepted.
- You must agree that in regard to your service as a director of ODTUG, you will disclose any actual or potential conflict of interest, or any situation that might give the appearance of a conflict of interest.
Deadline: Thursday, September 21, 2023, 11:59 p.m. (PDT-US)
Submission Link: Online Nomination Form
Sample Campaign Statement and Bio
NOTE: ODTUG is in the process of revising its fiscal year calendar. Due to that transition, all board members elected this fall shall have terms of two years and eight months instead of the standard three years.