Annual General Meeting
The Society is run by and for its members.
The highest decision-making body of the society is the Annual General Meeting of its members. The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is held once a year at the society’s annual conference. At the AGM, the society discusses all the activities conducted by the society during the past year, passes its accounts, elects the executive committee, and decides on activities for the coming year.
Dear PESGB member,
I look forward to seeing many of you at the Society's Annual General Meeting on Saturday 30th March 2019 at New College, Oxford.
I would like to draw members’ attention to the notice of elections to the Executive Committee attached here.
One order of business I must highlight is a proposed amendment to the Constitution of the PESGB. This is a minor amendment, and details are outlined within the paperwork below.
Members who cannot attend the AGM may vote by proxy. To make proxy voting possible, members are warmly encouraged to put forward nominations for election to the executive committee no later than 31st December 2018. Details of the elections and proxy-voting timeline can be found here.