Results of the 2019 Elected Director Election

18 November 2019

The 2019 Elected Director Election has been completed with Scott Ellis from the Brisbane Metropolitan Area Committee and Pedro Mendiolea from the North Queensland Area Committee being re-elected to the Board of Directors of Endeavour Foundation.

Three nominations were received for the two positions open for election this year. The re-elected Directors will each serve for a term of 3 years commencing from the close of the Annual General Meeting being held on Monday 25 November.

Thank you to all candidates for their efforts in standing for election and congratulations to Scott and Pedro on their re-election.

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