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The IET has announced the results of the ballot for its board of trustees.
Hamish Bell and Dr NF Chin have been elected as vice presidents; Marguerite Fitzgerald and Andy Stringer have been elected to the board as ordinary members. All appointments take effect from 1 October 2007.
Bell is an active member of the IET and has served on the Institution’s Council and various boards. His career encompasses senior positions in computer design, software, complex systems and marketing.

Chin is a director of PowerNets Marketing in Hong Kong. A graduate in electrical and electronic engineering from Strathclyde University, Chin has served on the IET Hong Kong committee since its formation in 1988 and became chairman in 1992. He has also served a three year term with EC(UK)’s international advisory panel.

Fitzgerald, of Melbourne, Australia, is a strategy consultant with the Boston Consulting Group having previously worked in the power industry as a project engineer. She joined the Institution as a student and was instrumental in establishing the first younger members section in Australia.
Stringer read electronic engineering at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and has worked as a railway signal engineer in Britain, Germany and the Netherlands. He is currently a project engineering manager for Westinghouse Rail Systems, and is a science and engineering ambassador working with schools to promote technology based careers.

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