Weaver Street Market’s Board Elections ended Tuesday. Owners elected a consumer owner and a worker owner to serve on the Board.
Congratulations, Nazmin and Allanah!
|Consumer owners elected Nazmin Alani to serve as a consumer-owner director for WSM’s Board. Nazmin ran unopposed for the Board seat. Read Nazmin’s bio here.|
|Worker owners elected Allanah Hines to serve as a worker-owner director for WSM’s Board. Allanah defeated Christina Sykes. Read Allanah’s bio here.|
New terms for the elected directors begin at the January Board retreat. The Elections Committee, which oversees the election process, presents the following results from this year’s two elections:
Results for Consumer-Owner Election
Nazmin Alani ran unopposed on the consumer-owner slate. Nazmin received 1,345 votes (100%). All votes were cast online.
Results for Worker-Owner Election
Worker owners had a slate of two candidates running for the open worker-owner seat: Allanah Hines received 103 votes (90%), and Christina Sykes received 11 votes (10%). Winners of WSM elections are by a simple majority.
This year, for the first time, worker owners had the option to vote online. Of the 119 votes cast, 90 ballots (76%) were submitted online. The committee reports that there were 5 invalid paper ballots cast.