Did you know the Aramco Brats, Inc. is run by volunteer Brats just like you? It is time to elect officers for the 2019-2021 term. The following Brats are candidates for elected offices. Cast your votes now!
c/o Dawn Kolb
2501 Tanglewilde Ave Apt 271
Houston, TX 77063
If keeping the Brat tradition is important to you, consider volunteering. Most volunteer work is done via conference call and/or by email. If you are interested in learning more, please let us know at www.aramco-brats.com/getinvolved.
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|Candidate for President: Liz Germani, RT84
Liz Germani has been a proud Aramco Brat since 1973 when her family moved to Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. She graduated from Ras Tanura Jr. High School in 1984 and has been an active participant in organizing numerous Brat gatherings stateside and around the world. Liz has visited over 60 countries throughout her global jaunts and, as you know, there are always plenty of Brats to visit along the way! In addition, Liz worked at Aramco Services Corporation for three years where she further solidified her Aramco contacts and desire to unify the Aramco Brat community.
|Candidate for Vice President: Sandra Kerr-Louchard DH84|
|Sandra has nearly 20 years of professional expertise in sales, marketing, account management, and brand licensing. She was raised in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia and attended Aramco Schools from Kindergarten through the ninth grade. She attended her first Aramco Brat Reunion in Asheville and has not missed one since. It was such an incredible experience to reconnect with old friends that she became a very active Class Rep for DH’84. Since then she has, with the help of many classmates, located several long lost Brats and generated a significant turnout for our class at the past five reunions. Along with the generous support of local Brats in the reunion cities, she has also coordinated the past four DH’84 Class Dinners that have expanded to include many of the other 80’s classes. She looks forward to having the opportunity to continue to serve the Brat community as part of the ABI Board. #Bratlove|
|Candidate for Treasurer: Tom Littlejohn DH84|
|I first joined the ABI Board in 2009 and am currently serving my fifth term as the ABI Treasurer. I truly enjoy serving the ABI membership and would be honored to continue as Treasurer for another term. During my term of service we have evolved ABI’s accounting from simple spreadsheets to a more robust QuickBooks accounting system, improved online and onsite payments, and boosted investment returns on ABI’s funds. I have over 24 years of experience in the Treasury/Corporate Finance organization of a fortune 500 company. My goal for the next term will be to continue to institute best practices in finance and accounting in serving the ABI membership and to keep ABI financially sustainable for many reunions to come.
|Candidate for Secretary: Amber Perkins-Neal DH86
|It is with great enthusiasm that I respectfully submit my application to serve as Secretary. I’m a seasoned administrator with expertise implementing and managing programs in a variety of settings including private foundations, nonprofit organizations, higher education, and scientific research. These skills provide me the opportunity to give back to the Brat community that has had a profound impact on my life and to remain better connected to those with similar experiences and background.
In 2015, I was appointed to the AramcoBrats, Inc. Board as Database Director and in 2017 I was elected Secretary. In addition, I am the Class Representative for DH86 and serve on the Nominations Committee and the Reunion Oversight Committee. As Secretary, my goal is to continue to keep Board business organized.