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TWHBEA Discloses Subjects of Executive Sessions



Copyright WHR 2006

By Christy Howard Parsons

TWHBEA Senior Vice President Jane Meredith provided The Report with details regarding the executive sessions called during the TWHBEA Executive Committee meetings held in 2006.

1 January 2006 Executive Session Motion made by Wittenmyer seconded by Hankins (Issue: waiving conflict of interest with TWHBEA Directors being NHSC judges)

2 February 2006 Executive Session Motion made by Martocci seconded by Wittenmyer (Issue: Business Conduct)

3 M arch 2006 Executive Session Motion made by Mrs.Wittenmyer, seconded by Mrs. Zeis (Issue: Personnel)

4 April 2006 No Executive Session

5 May 2006 Executive Session Motion made by Kuykendall seconded by Wittenmyer (Issue: Conduct of a National Director)

6 June 2006 Executive Session Motion made by Meredith seconded by Zeis (Issue: HPA Violation)

7 July 2006 Executive Session Motion made by Wittenmyer seconded by Lowman (Issue: NWHA lawsuit)

8 August 11, 2006 Conference Call Executive Session Motion made by Gambrell seconded by Schumann (Issue: NWHA lawsuit)

9 September 2006 Executive Session Motion made by Meredith seconded by Wittenmyer (Issue: Enforcement)

10 September 2006 Executive Session Motion made by Meredith seconded by Zeis (Issue:Request HIO Show Records)

11 September 2006 Executive Session Motion made by Wittenmyer seconded by Gambrell (Issue: Personnel)

12 October 16, 2006 Conference Call Executive Session Motion made by Baucom seconded by Meredith (Issue: Personnel)

13 October 2006 Executive Session Motion made by Wittenmyer seconded by Zeis (Issue: Personnel)

14 December 2006 Executive Session (Issue: Personnel)

Meredith responded regarding her thoughts on Executive Session, “I believe the only time we should go into Executive Session is when it deals with personnel issues, that by matter of the law are private. The only other time is regarding ongoing lawsuits that could be adversely effected by information disclosed."

TWHBEA President Jerrold Pedigo has also pledged to be as “transparent” as possible during 2006 proceedings to clear up any perceptions of impropriety.

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