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Author Topic: CAMPAIGN ANNOUNCEMENT  (Read 2800 times)
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Ehhh . . . What's up, Doc?

« on: April 13, 2007, 02:47:05 PM »

I just received this announcement from a candidate for Mensa Chairperson.  We welcome all announcements and neither recommend nor not recommend this or any person for any office:


Candidate Marghretta McBean:

   I am a non-traditional candidate. My running for election as your Chairwoman  is
unconventional: while having the requisite service (four years as Region1's  AMC
representative ), I am not waiting to slowly move up, finally acquiring the  top position
when I may no longer be at the peak of my powers.

   I am running because I have a dream: that with my energy, hopefulness, and  passion, I
can lead you and American Mensa towards a new direction, one more in  tune with America’s
social and cultural climate.

   An active Greater New York Mensa Inc. member since 1976, I fully understand  the dynamics
of local group leadership and politics.

   I have served Region 1 with diligence and fairness. Through my support and
encouragement, groups have produced a LDW, a Colloquium and hosted an AMC  meeting. A true
leader makes leaders of others and becomes a better leader in  the process.

   As an outspoken member of the AMC, I have acquired experience and insight  into Mensa’s
national and international inner workings. I also bring a  perspective that has not been
tarnished by political allegiances or personal  grievances.

   I am fortunate to enjoy excellent health and superb stamina, necessary  components for an
active leader.

   Some ideas that bear consideration: Student and Senior reduced_fee membership  classes;
"bundling" testing/prior evidence with membership; truly broadening our  outreach to
underrepresented groups. I would love to hear your suggestions and  comments; reach me at

   To visit my campaign headquarters go to
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