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I will bring Riek to be second vice president after vice president James Wani Igga," he added.
National officers of NEHA's board of directors serve a one-year term in each officer position--progressing from second vice president to board president and then immediate past president--for a total of five years.
There was a security meeting in the police training centre at which the interior minister and second vice president were present," he said.
Also joining the board are Tim O'Connor of Pacific Espresso as second vice president, and Shawn Hamilton from Java City as Treasurer.
Other new officers include Marian Kohler, first vice president; Alma Gama, second vice president, programs; Sandy Corrales, third vice president, membership; Bernice Foley, fourth vice president, ways and means; Diane Shorter, fifth vice president; Denise Crowley, recording secretary; Elinor Adams, treasurer; Josephine Kollar, corresponding secretary, and Jeanette Soltero, parliamentarian.
Past: CalCPA Board of Directors, vice chair; CalCPA Human Resources Committee; CalCPA Nominations and Leadership Development Committee; San Francisco Chapter Board of Directors; San Francisco Chapter president, first vice president, second vice president, treasurer.
At the state level, she has been SAT handbook chair, second vice president, first vice president and president.
A one-time second vice president of the FCCJ, Abiko will succeed James Treece of Automotive News as president.