TUG Election 2017

We have 4 candidates for 3 open seats on the Toronto Users Group for Power Systems Board of Directors. Three candidates will be elected for three-year terms, taking office on June 12th 2017 ("... at the next TUG Board meeting immediately following their election"). Please review the candidate profiles below, and then press the VOTE button to cast your ballot.

All TUG members in good standing are eligible to vote (1 ballot per Individual member, 3 ballots per Corporate member). You may vote for one, two, or three candidates (on a single ballot) but not four. Ballots with four votes will be disqualified. If you vote more than once, only the first ballot submitted will count.

This poll will close on Friday May 12th 2017 at 11:59 pm. Results will be announced at the May 24th 2017 Meeting of Members (AGM).


Sherali Bhamani
Sherali Bhamani

Sherali Bhamani

(Scotiabank)

Sherali Bhamani started his IT career as a Computer Operator on IBM System/3 systems and then worked on System/34, System/36 and then AS/400 Systems progressing his career from Operator to Programmer, Programmer Analyst, Systems Analyst, Technical Specialist and Manager Technical Services.

Sherali has worked with different industries, i.e. Manufacturing, Food Processing, Propane Gas Distribution, IT Consulting Company and Financial Industry. Sherali loves to explore the world by travelling. He believes that learning never ends in a person’s life time.

He has a warm and friendly personality.

Marly Campbell
Marly Campbell

Marly Campbell

(The John Forsyth Shirt Company Ltd.)

Marly Campbell is an experienced IT professional specializing in IBM i.  While studying at Humber College in the Computer Studies program she was employed on the Student helpdesk and in Operations on their IBM Mainframe.  At her first full-time position Marly was introduced to the IBM System/38 and has never looked back.  Her background now includes operations, programming, system administration, project management, help desk and training within the Financial, Manufacturing and Wholesale sectors, in an IBM i environment. 

Marly's passion for the IBM i and a long-standing association with TUG from its inception (trying to enlist membership) was the impetus for her to join the TUG Board.  Marly wants to ensure that local IBM i professionals continue to have and enjoy a community to network with, to share their ideas and thoughts while providing them with education and support. 

Marly is currently working in IT at the John Forsyth Shirt Co. and is a Continuing Studies Instructor at Seneca College for IBM i related courses.

John Deluca
John Deluca

John Deluca

(Atlas Van Lines Canada Ltd.)

John Deluca has been working in Information Technology since 1981. His various rolls on System/38, AS/400, iSeries, and IBM i platforms include; System Operator, Programmer, Programmer/Analyst, Consultant (8 years) and Senior Systems Programmer/Analyst

The industries in which he has served include: Insurance, Manufacturing, Pharmaceuticals, Software Development Houses, and Transportation.

John currently serves on theToronto Users Group Board of Directors as Secretary.

Jamil Satti
Jamil Satti

Jamil Satti

(Shaw Satellite Communications Inc.)

An active member of the Board of Directors at TUG. Jamil Satti has an M.B.A. (Management Information) He has been working in I.T. about 25 years. An extensive knowledge and vast experience with IBM i (started with System/36) Programming experience with RPG2, RPG3, RPG ILE, RPG Free, SQLRPGLE, Java, .Net Technologies, VB 6.0, Java Script, VB Script, HTML, XML, HTML5, SQL, SQL/400, PHP etc.

Jamil has been working as Consultant with IBM, AT&T, Financial Sector Banks and Insurance companies in the areas of Systems Analysis & Design, Project Management, Database Design, Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, Users and Technical Resources Training, Business Process Engineering, Application Reverse Engineering, Load & Performance Testing , etc.

Having the knowledge of a variety of the areas of Information Technology will enable him to bring valuable suggestions for training and integration of IBM i (AS/400) with other computers and applications. Jamil's experience with TUG can help in the improvement of our future focus on training and provision of a solid and valuable information for improvement of TUG community knowledge.



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