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Transcript: Timeline presented by mssni committee 2015/16 President's Speech Annual report presentation Treasurer’s financial report Motion: Constitution changes Nomination Speech and Voting Announcement of new committees Bowing and official retirement of MSSNI Committees 2015/16 Annual General meeting
Transcript: Annual General Meeting The Future Help ensure that Ontario's culture workforce is positioned to succeed in the knowledge economy, by creating opportunities to enhance technical and business skills training and foster learning opportunities for arts and culture sector students and workers, for example through experiential learning, including internships and mentorships, and other forms of professional and skills development. We're very pleased to welcome on board... Mona Afshari | Marketing Manager New Networks Thank You! Inclusion in the Creative Workplace The WIC team Growing Earned Revenue in Nonprofit Arts and Heritage Organizations What we do Strengthening Ontario's creative workforce through Career Focus Work Placement program, funded by Service Canada. Wishing the best to Susan Cohen & Mandy McNeil Our Board of Directors Research Yomi John | Marketing & Programming Assistant Who we are "The WorkInCulture Job Board has been invaluable to the success of both T.O. indie and T.O. Short Film Festival ... We could not have functioned this year without the invaluable volunteers who found us through WorkInCulture ..." Impact by the numbers Top 3 things you need to know when exporting art and craft Baby Oscar SURPLUS Our Supporters Wednesday, November 16, 2016 We will continue working with business centres, libraries, and other partners to deliver business skills training to Ontario's arts professionals Programs with our partners In partnership with the School of Creative and Performing Arts and The Business School at Humber College. The Ontario Culture Strategy WIC programs What people are saying... OUR GROWING NETWORK T.O. indie Film Festival/T.O. Short Film Festival
Transcript: Name We, the Spiritual Multipliers of 2015/2016, receive this charge in the presence of God and of Christ Jesus to preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage, with great patience and careful instruction; to keep our heads in all situations; endure hardships; do the work of an evangelist; and discharge all the duties of our ministry. Exam blessings YOLO Camp Cru-istmas Outreach Crux Programs Organised: "Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity." -1 Timothy 4:12 Total Revenue $531.08 Less Expenditure $527.23 Net Surplus $3.85 Year Ended 31st March 2015 Eric Yap Ho Si Hui Odelia Lee Belva Loke Joyce Wang Life Meeting Committee $1.25 New Office Bearers Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 Discipleship Committee Committee Reports Sub-Committee ICs President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Executive Committee Member Executive Committee Member Executive Committee Member Hospitality Worship Logistics 1 Peter 5:2-4 & it's a wrap ! Name Year Ended 31st March 2015 Academic Year 15/16 Committee Life Meetings Poly Day Of Prayer (PDOP) Movie Screening Academic Year 14/15 Commissioning of Spiritual Multipliers Any Other Business (AOB) Beginning Cash Balance $372.87 Add Net Surplus $3.85 Ending Cash Balance $376.72 Fixed Assets $0.00 Audited Statement of Income & Expenditure Date: 24th April 2014 Time: 6-8PM Venue: Ngee Ann Polytechnic Lecture Theater 77 535 Clementi Road Quantitative Facts Current Spiritual Multipliers: 13 (4 Staff, 7 Year threes & 2 Year twos) Current Ministry strength: 38 members involved in a DG Target for upcoming academic year: 11 new student SMs Hospitality Committee Be shepherds of God’s flock that is under your care, watching over them—not because you must, but because you are willing, as God wants you to be; not pursuing dishonest gain, but eager to serve; not lording it over those entrusted to you, but being examples to the flock. And when the Chief Shepherd appears, you will receive the crown of glory that will never fade away. We will now propose for the resolution appointing Mr Neville Lee to be the auditor of Ngee Ann Polytechnic Campus Crusade for Christ for the Academic Year 15/16 to be passed. Designation Audited Statement of Balance Sheet Minutes of 33rd Annual General Meeting Academic Year 15/16 New Comers Gathering Deepavali Outing Ministry Thanksgiving Name Evangelism Committee Joy Tijoe & Cheong Jia Qi David Mark & Natasha Tan Ye Wen Xiong & Priscillia Goh Programs Organised: Or forever hold your peace... The Charge Designation ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING President Secretary Treasurer Assistant Secretary Executive Committee Member Matilda Tay Eric Yap Melissa Chan Gladis Lin Lucas Loh Ho Si Hui Carissa Thong Programs Organised:
Transcript: 11. Venue for next Annual General Meeting 4. Adoption of the Minutes 28th Annual General Meeting Deaf Australia is the deaf-led peak organisation representing deaf people in Australia. We promote the advancement of human rights and equality for deaf people by collaborating with our members and stakeholders to influence governments in implementing the United Nations' Conventions and the National Disability Strategy. 6. 28th Annual Report 10. General Business $ 25,000 $ 3333333 $ 4444444 $ 4444444 Our Statements Strengthening deaf diversity The following positions are open for election: Secretary Board Members (2) 7. 28th Annual Financial Report That Deaf Australia Board wishes to propose that Greathead & Co of Stafford, Brisbane be reappointed as Auditor for the year 2014-15. 6. 28th Annual Report The Auslan Shop Deaf Australia Operations Operating Surplus 2013-14 Retained Surplus 2.1 Ordinary Members 2.2 Ordinary Corporate Members 2.3 State Branch Delegates 2.4 Proxy Votes 2.5 Observers and Associate Members 10.1 Awards Deaf Australian of the Year Deaf Youth Australian of the Year Fair Go Award Dot Shaw Writing Competition 2. Roll Call 5. Business Arising 8. Appointment of the Auditor Operating Results: 22 November 2014 (address) Perth - Western Australia That the 28th Annual Report be adopted. Moved: Todd Wright, President 1. Opening and Welcome Our Vision Expenditure 12. Vote of Thanks That the 28th Annual Financial Report be adopted Moved: John Wade, Treasurer 7. 28th Annual Financial Report Mission Statement Income 3. Apologies 9. Election of Officers Todd Wright, President That the minutes of 27th Annual General Meeting held on 16 November 2013 be adopted as a true and accurate record.
Transcript: Structure Culture Checking your memory Sisterhood history 5 decades of operation One of the Big Four leading group in VN 11% of Vietnam annual GDP Banking, property, export handicraft products - Parent company: Connerstone Group - U.S - international company - Subsidiary: Metrot - France - family own - Product: household goods Annual General Meeting Case Study: The Acquisition - Language uses within the company - Greeting manner - Break sessions Solutions - Factory inspectations - Redundancies - Further changes - Management style Culture Problems - Control of operations: + Difficult to control other family members - Capabilities of families members + Lack of talent + Losing Non - Family employees - Define the goals - Set paritcular responsibilites - Keep an open line of communication - Be professional - Create a specific measure for promotion and salary systems -Vision is out of date -Now: new trend, new genertation -Bureaucracy Structure Problems
Transcript: SITI FATIMAH MD HANAFIAH MOHD AZID BIN MAD DIN PUBLIC RELATIONS & INFORMATION CTS YEAR 3 WINNERS 337 ZAINAB SHOLEHAH ABDUL RASHID BIOTECH YEAR 1 MOHAMMAD SYAZWAN RAHIMI 319 PRESIDENT 3rd PLACE VOTES TREASURER SISTERS WINNERS MUHD FATAN FAUZAN VOTING STATISTICS BASED ON DEPARTMENT CTS YEAR 2 392 ISLAMIC AFFAIR 346 323 WINNERS VOTES CTS YEAR 3 80 SECRETARY WINNERS TOTAL TURNOUT VOTERS APPLIED PLANT NURUL HIDAYAH BINTI MOHD IHSAN 130 BIOTECH YEAR 3 VOTES BIOMED BIOTECH YEAR 3 MOHD KAMAROL ADZAM CHEMISTRY YEAR 2 180 CTS YEAR 3 PHYSIC YEAR 2 BIOTECH YEAR 3 377 MUHAMMAD TAJUDIN BIN ISMAIL AQILAH BINTI AZMAN AMIERUL HAFIZ MAULA MUHAMMAD AFFENDE BIN SAZUKI 448 CTS YEAR 2 ABDUL RAHMAN BIN FADZIL BIOTECH YEAR 2 ARTS & CULTURE MOHD KAMAROL ADZAM CTS YEAR 3 PUBLIC RELATIONS & INFORMATION WELFARE SPORTS & RECREATION BROTHERS VOTES AMIERUL HAFIZ MAULA MOHAMAD ZHARIF MURSYIDAH BINTI MOHAMAD UNCONTESTED VOTES UNCONTESTED 377 NUR NA'IEMAH BINTI OTHAMAN FIRDAUS BIN SHAHRUM VICE PRESIDENT ZATIL FARYANI MUHAMMAD ZAIN VOTES AQILAH BINTI AZMAN VOTES 316 CTS YEAR 2 PHYSIC YEAR 1 VOTES BIOTECH YEAR 3 VOTES UNCONTESTED CTS YEAR 3 BIOTECH YEAR 3 MOHAMMAD SYAZWAN RAHIMI MUHAMED ANSARY BIOTECH YEAR 2 CTS YEAR 3 273 SPECIAL TASK & ECONOMY CHEMISTRY YEAR 1 MOHAMMAD HAFIZ BIN YAZID DAYANG FATIN NADHIRAH SECRETARY VOTES PLANT SC YEAR 1 NOOR FAZILAH BINTI BAIJAN MUHAMMAD TAUFIQ 190 RIKHA KURNIA RAHMAWATI VOTES VOTES BIOTECH YEAR 3 VOTES NURUL MADIHA BINTI AB HALIM VOTES MOHD KAMAROL ADZAM VICE PRESIDENT 1 NABIILAH BINTI MAT YUSOFF 530 69.32 % UNCONTESTED SPECIAL TASK & ECONOMY VOTES BIOTECH YEAR 2 AQILAH BINTI AZMAN CTS YEAR 2 MUHAMMAD FAHMI BIN NOR HASMI SESSION 2014/2015 BIOTECH YEAR 3 NUR HIDAYAH SHAMSULBAHRI AISYAH BINTI ZAINAL ABIDIN BIOTECH YEAR 1 CTS YEAR 3 DAYANG FATIN NADHIRAH PUBLIC RELATIONS & INFORMATION PLANT SC YEAR 1 CHEMISTRY YEAR 2 VICE PRESIDENT WINNERS VOTES WELFARE MOHAMMAD SYAZWAN RAHIMI ABDUL RAHMAN BIN FADZIL MOHD AZID BIN MAD DIN WINNERS SPECIAL TASK & ECONOMY NABIILAH BINTI MAT YUSOFF CHE RAFIDAH BINTI CHE ISMAIL NUR HIDAYAH SHAMSULBAHRI CTS YEAR 2 PHYSIC YEAR 1 WON CTS YEAR 3 VOTES VOTES 58.90 % WELFARE SPORTS & RECREATION BROTHERS PHYSIC YEAR 1 WON 480 VOTES VOTES LIST OF EXCOS NUR NA'IEMAH BINTI OTHAMAN SECRETARY MOHAMAD ZHARIF YUSRA MONEM 92 VOTES SPORTS & RECREATION BROTHERS WELFARE UNCONTESTED WON MOHAMMAD HAFIZ BIN YAZID 547 VOTES ARTS & CULTURE CTS YEAR 3 VOTES CTS YEAR 3 BIOTECH VOTES VOTES VOTES 516 SPECIAL TASK & ECONOMY 176 TREASURER BIOTECH YEAR 3 BIOTECH YEAR 3 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING BIOTECH YEAR 3 WINNERS 295 UNCONTESTED NUR NA'IEMAH BINTI OTHAMAN CTS YEAR 3 MURSYIDAH BINTI MOHAMAD WON 547 AISYAH BINTI ZAINAL ABIDIN MUHAMMAD TAJUDIN BIN ISMAIL UNCONTESTED CTS YEAR 3 PRESIDENT ZATIL FARYANI MUHAMMAD ZAIN 70.36 % VOTES MARINE NURUL MADIHA BINTI AB HALIM MUHAMMAD HA'IZ BIN MOHD SOKHINI AHMAD FARID ASYRAF ABD RANI BIOTECH YEAR 3 CTS YEAR 3 CHEMISTRY UNCONTESTED ARTS & CULTURE CHEMISTRY YEAR 1 BIOTECH YEAR 2 FARHAH 'ATHIRAH ADZMI MUHAMMAD TAJUDIN BIN ISMAIL 80.94 % VICE PRESIDENT 2 448 VOTES VOTES MATRAH BINTI ABD RAHMAN BIOTECH YEAR 2 CHEMISTRY YEAR 1 SPORTS & RECREATION SISTERS CTS YEAR 3 CTS YEAR 3 WINNERS VOTES WINNERS 180 NUR HIDAYAH SHAMSULBAHRI WON CHEMISTRY YEAR 1 MUHAMMAD FAHMI BIN NOR HASMI 388 112 65.38 % PHYSIC YEAR 2 VOTES CTS YEAR 2 NURAIN SYAZWANI BINTI YUSNI CTS WON MUHAMMAD FAHMI BIN NOR HASMI CHEMISTRY YEAR 1 INTERNATIONAL CHE RAFIDAH BINTI CHE ISMAIL WINNERS WINNERS PHYSICS BIOTECH YEAR 3 186 SPORTS & RECREATION SISTERS MURSYIDAH BINTI MOHAMAD TREASURER BROTHERS PUBLIC RELATIONS & INFORMATION CTS YEAR 2 VOTES 68.6 % CTS YEAR 2 TRAINING & EDUCATION MUHAMMAD TAUFIQ CTS YEAR 3 WON 530 BIOTECH YEAR 3 NURAIN SYAZWANI BINTI YUSNI 323 TREASURER SISTERS 306 WON PHYSIC YEAR 1 95.24 % FARHAH 'ATHIRAH ADZMI VOTES WON BIOTECH YEAR 3 NUR ATIQAH BINTI JAMALUDIN UNCONTESTED SPORTS & RECREATION ABDUL RAHMAN BIN FADZIL NURUL HIDAYAH BINTI MOHD IHSAN CHEMISTRY YEAR 2 CTS YEAR 3 PHYSIC YEAR 2 CHE RAFIDAH BINTI CHE ISMAIL CTS YEAR 3 UNCONTESTED CTS YEAR 3 MATRAH BINTI ABD RAHMAN 346 PRESIDENT PHYSIC YEAR 2 PLANT SCIENCE CHEMISTRY YEAR 2 295 VOTES VOTES 516 TREASURER BROTHERS 234 CTS YEAR 3 VOTES 304 392 WON VOTES NURUL MADIHA BINTI AB HALIM MUHAMMAD KHUSAIRI IZZANI CTS YEAR 3 NUR ATIQAH BINTI JAMALUDIN BIOTECH YEAR 3 VOTES 201 MUHD FATAN FAUZAN 306 VOTES ADIBAH BINTI MOHD KADIR CTS YEAR 2 153 ZATIL FARYANI MUHAMMAD ZAIN WELFARE 480 CTS YEAR 3 PHYSIC YEAR 2 RESULTS OF VOTING CHEMISTRY YEAR 1 BIOTECH YEAR 3 MUHAMMAD HA'IZ BIN MOHD SOKHINI CTS YEAR 3 VOTES CTS YEAR 3 25 % ARTS & CULTURE 388 SITI FATIMAH MD HANAFIAH CTS YEAR 3 WINNERS BIOTECH YEAR 3 47.37 % MOHAMAD ZHARIF WINNERS VOTES
Transcript: Movie Screenings Introductions Hilary Henley ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Debates Address international political occurrences or issues No discrimination No plagiarism No anonymous posts - Email posts to: email@example.com with the listing "The International - Name - Year - Program" VP Events Sarah Lynde Trip to Toronto (Think Tank) Possible Events President Regulations: "The International" VP Academics Hillary Mosker AIR Positions Professor/Student Social Chelsea Rubin ...a blog for students, by students! Critical Analyses Media Reviews Newspaper Reflections Media Reflections VP Internal VP Finance Jamie Dilworth Association of International Relations Academic Panel + What will you do with your dgeree The Social Contract Editor-in-Chief NO ESSAYS: Rebecca Caron Your Interests VP Communications The Mirror EVENTS Types of Postings: Academic Opportunities Nick Schiavo Guest Speaker
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