PCC Board of Trustees Report
This article was originally published in June 2018
PCC’s 2018 annual members’ meeting and board election
Wednesday, June 6, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The Swedish Club
1920 Dexter Avenue N., Seattle
The annual meeting of members is June 6 when you will have the opportunity to learn about the state of the co-op, ask questions, and meet with members of management and the PCC Board of Trustees (including the nominees for election). Additional information about the meeting and board election can be found online at pccmarkets.com/election.
Plan to arrive at the member meeting between 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. to check in and enjoy light PCC bites and beverages. Election results will be announced at the meeting and posted on our website shortly thereafter, along with messages from the CEO and board co-chair.
The board met on March 8. Management reported on various topics. The board adopted Governance Principles and Delegation of Authority Guidelines recommended by the Governance and Membership Committee. The board also approved 2018 committee rosters, reappointed the board co-chairs, approved the nominees selected by the Nominating Committee for election to the board at the 2018 annual meeting by PCC’s membership, and approved the nominees recommended by the Governance and Membership Committee for election to the Nominating Committee at the annual meeting. The Audit and Finance, Management Development and Compensation, and Social and Environmental committees delivered reports on their activities.
Next board meeting
The next board meeting will be on Thursday, June 7. The board of trustees generally meets four times per year, while board committees meet more frequently, as needed.
Contact the board
The PCC Board of Trustees oversees PCC strategies that are intended to achieve our cooperative purposes while building sustainable long-term value. The board also oversees PCC’s senior management in operating the business and sets the “tone at the top” for ethical conduct. Hearing from members enhances the governance and ongoing betterment of the cooperative. Members may communicate with the board by sending email correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org or postal mail to:
PCC Co-op Office
3131 Elliott Avenue, Suite 500
Seattle, WA 98121