Board of Directors Nominating Process<--Back
The Board of Directors does not maintain a separate nominating committee because the Board of Directors believes that it can select prospective Director nominees by acting on the basis of a consensus of the entire Board of Directors. Accordingly, all Directors participate in the selection of candidates for nomination as Directors of the Company. The Board identifies and deliberates on the merits of candidates, based upon education, and experience in the following areas: business, scientific, legal and financial. The Board of Directors does not have a separate charter pertaining to nominations. The Board of Directors will consider nominees recommended by shareholders. No special procedure needs to be followed in submitting such recommendation.