Report of the 2000 Nominating Committee

Report of the 2000 Nominating Committee Report of the 2000 Nominating Committee The 2000 Nominating Committee of the American Me- Fo r President-elect teorological Society, consisting of Eugenia Kalnay, chair; Dave Blaskovich; Brant Foote; Joe Friday; Paola Peter R. Leavitt Malanotte-Rizzoli; Ed Zipser; James Kimpel, president of Richard D. Rosen AMS (ex officio), submits the accompanying list of nomi- nees for president-elect and councilor to be elected by mail ballot prior to the next annual meeting in January 2001. Fo r Councilo r (2001-2003) The person voted president-elect in 2001 will serve as Patricio Aceituno president in 2002. Robert F. Brammer Frederick H. Can- It is provided in Article VI of the Constitution of the So- Marvin Geller ciety that nominations also may be made by petition signed Jill F. Hasling by at least 50 members eligible to vote on the preceding 1 Dennis P. Lettenmaier May, provided the petition is received by the secretary-trea- Pamela L. Stephens surer together with the written consent of the nominee not Anne M. Thompson later than 1 September. CLIMADATA JOINS THE AMS/INDUSTRY MINORITY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Founded in 1991 by Univision Television Network Meteorologist John Toohey-Morales, ClimaData has become the nation's leading private weather forecasting firm serving clients that do most of their business in the Spanish language. Through ClimaData's client Radio Unica Network, their weather forecasts reach a market of over 20 million Hispanics in the United States on more than 60 Spanish language radio stations in over 20 major markets. The presence of ClimaData is well known in Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and the Dominican Republic as well, where residents can tune in for the company's weather forecasts on some of those islands' top-ranked radio and television stations, or even read the ClimaData Forecast in local newspapers. ClimaData also serves the industrial sector, with daily faxed forecasts and severe weather outlooks for clients such as Intel and Johnson & Johnson in Puerto Rico. ClimaData even has a hand in the sports entertainment field and the hospitality indus- try, serving, among other clients, the Florida Marlins Major League Baseball Club. President and Chief Meteorologist John Toohey-Morales said, "It is essential to encourage and facili- tate studies in the Atmospheric Sciences, especially for often-underprivileged minorities. Personally, I couldn't have completed my degree at Cornell if it wasn't for minority scholarships, and I am very proud of our commitment at ClimaData to invest in our young students' futures." Vol. 8 7, No. 7, July 2000 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Report of the 2000 Nominating Committee The 2000 Nominating Committee of the American Me- Fo r President-elect teorological Society, consisting of Eugenia Kalnay, chair; Dave Blaskovich; Brant Foote; Joe Friday; Paola Peter R. Leavitt Malanotte-Rizzoli; Ed Zipser; James Kimpel, president of Richard D. Rosen AMS (ex officio), submits the accompanying list of nomi- nees for president-elect and councilor to be elected by mail ballot prior to the next annual meeting in January 2001. Fo r Councilo r (2001-2003) The person voted president-elect in 2001 will serve as Patricio Aceituno president in 2002. Robert F. Brammer Frederick H. Can- It is provided in Article VI of the Constitution of the So- Marvin Geller ciety that nominations also may be made by petition signed Jill F. Hasling by at least 50 members eligible to vote on the preceding 1 Dennis P. Lettenmaier May, provided the petition is received by the secretary-trea- Pamela L. Stephens surer together with the written consent of the nominee not Anne M. Thompson later than 1 September. CLIMADATA JOINS THE AMS/INDUSTRY MINORITY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Founded in 1991 by Univision Television Network Meteorologist John Toohey-Morales, ClimaData has become the nation's leading private weather forecasting firm serving clients that do most of their business in the Spanish language. Through ClimaData's client Radio Unica Network, their weather forecasts reach a market of over 20 million Hispanics in the United States on more than 60 Spanish language radio stations in over 20 major markets. The presence of ClimaData is well known in Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and the Dominican Republic as well, where residents can tune in for the company's weather forecasts on some of those islands' top-ranked radio and television stations, or even read the ClimaData Forecast in local newspapers. ClimaData also serves the industrial sector, with daily faxed forecasts and severe weather outlooks for clients such as Intel and Johnson & Johnson in Puerto Rico. ClimaData even has a hand in the sports entertainment field and the hospitality indus- try, serving, among other clients, the Florida Marlins Major League Baseball Club. President and Chief Meteorologist John Toohey-Morales said, "It is essential to encourage and facili- tate studies in the Atmospheric Sciences, especially for often-underprivileged minorities. Personally, I couldn't have completed my degree at Cornell if it wasn't for minority scholarships, and I am very proud of our commitment at ClimaData to invest in our young students' futures." Vol. 8 7, No. 7, July 2000

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