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Have your say in the 2022 ICE Council and Trustee Board elections

01 June 2022

Members can now vote in the 2022 Council and Trustee Board elections. Look out for an email from Civica Election Services (CES).

Have your say in the 2022 ICE Council and Trustee Board elections
Voting is open now – cast your vote before 12 July. Image credit: Element Digital/Pexels

Voting has opened for the ICE Council and Trustee Board elections.

ICE members have until 12 July 2022 to vote on:

  • 13 vacancies for ICE Council members
  • One vacancy for a Trustee Board member

Members can read what the candidates have to say about what they believe ICE should focus on and how they could make a difference.

ICE Council candidates Trustee Board candidates

Why vote

The Council and Trustee Board elections are an opportunity to choose the right people.

ICE needs visionary thinkers to help achieve long-term ambitions that benefit society.

The Trustee Board is responsible for the institution’s strategic decision making.

It’s supported by the ICE Council, which helps to direct the strategic lifelong learning and engineering knowledge of the institution.

ICE Council representatives are directly elected by the institution’s members.

How to vote

All members who are eligible to vote should have received details on how to do so via email. Otherwise, in the coming days they will receive their voting pack in the post.

If you’re registered with MyICE, these were emailed to you from [email protected].

If you aren’t registered with a valid email address, or if you have opted out of voting online, the ballot papers were sent to you by post.

ICE has chosen to use Civica Election Services (CES) as the independent scrutineer to administer the vote and to ensure the integrity of the ballot.

If you haven’t received your ballot email / postal pack or have any questions about how to vote, please contact [email protected] or [email protected].

More information

Learn more about the ICE Council and Trustee Board and the respective elections.

  • Yvonne Livesey, governance executive at ICE