The election results will be announced May 7, during NCBA Cooperative League of the USA’s Annual Business Meeting and Virtual Town Hall. Voting is for NCBA CLUSA members and will be open form March 25 until April 26.
If elected to the Board, the position will help introduce Bradley to others working in the greater cooperative sector. NCBA CLUSA International supports cooperative businesses in the United States and promotes international development projects around the world.
By fostering these relationships, the other cooperative leaders will then be able to meet with ROC Leaders to show how the different models compare.
This was one of the goals outlined in the latest Strategic Plan.
Bradley isn’t the only candidate in the ROC space vying for a seat.
Diane Gasaway, executive director of Northwest Cooperative Development Center, is also in the running for one of the five open seats.
Read more about the candidates here.