Nominations are now open for eligible candidates to stand for election to the Adelaide Football Club’s Board of Directors.
There is one position to be contested with Kym Ryder seeking re-election for another two-year term.
Those wanting to stand must meet a range of criteria including being a Member for at least the past two years and nominations are being called from January 11 to 25.
To be eligible to vote, you must be a financial Member who has access to not less than three Crows home or away matches in a given season (includes Gold Members).
The process, including an online ballot if required, will once again be independently run by CorpVote.
Crows CEO Andrew Fagan called on talented prospective candidates to come forward and highlight their skills, qualities and relevant Board-related experience.
“It is important that our Members have a say in who plays a role in guiding the Club,” Fagan said.
“Much has changed since we last ran this nominations process, with the football industry suffering its greatest financial crisis due to COVID-19.
“We are now embarking on an 18-month recovery plan and importantly, we are among only a few clubs which remain financially independent of the League and in control of our own destiny.
“There are exciting times ahead as we ambitiously rebuild our men’s playing list, with a revamped and talented coaching group, while our women’s team is tracking towards more on-field success.”
The public announcement of the election result will be made at the Annual Club Members Meeting on March 3.