Minnesota Conference Constituency Re-elects Officers

On May 15, the Minnesota Conference Association held their Second Quadrennial (108th Regular) Constituency Session. During regular Conference constituency sessions, electing officers for the next four years is a high priority. The names for each position are recommended by the Nominating Committee prior to the constituency session.

Twenty members of the Nominating Committee are selected by the delegates of ten territorial regions, meeting separately to select representatives from the region they represent. Three additional members are selected by the Board of Trustees. The committee is chaired by the Mid-America Union Conference President or his designee. This year, Gil Webb, Vice President for Administration of the MAUC, chaired the Nominating Committee a few weeks prior to the Constituency Session.

Justin Lyons (MN Conference)Brian Mungundi (MN Conference)We are pleased to announce that the constituency voted to re-elect Justin C. Lyons as our Conference President, and Brian K. Mungandi as our Vice President for Administration. Each candidate was recommended for re-election by the Nominating Committee, and was voted into their position by a sweeping majority. Reggie Leach has accepted the Vice President for Finance position in the Arizona Conference, and due to time constraints, a candidate to fill that role in Minnesota was not brought forth during the Constituency session. The position will be filled through the regular hiring process by the Board of Trustees.

Brian Mungandi

e-TNL Staff: Brian Mungandi, Director; Melisa Mauk, Website-editor; Carol Lyons, Editor
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