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Proposal ID283
ProposalApproval of CHARLIE PILLSBURY for 2007 GPUS Annual Meeting Facilitato
PresenterGPUS Steering Committee
Floor ManagerHolly Hart
Discussion06/04/2007 - 06/17/2007
Voting06/18/2007 - 06/24/2007
Presens Quorum32 0.6666
Consens Quorum35 A Majority of Yes and No Votes


Proposal 121 (adopted 1/30/05) stipulates that "all face to face meetings of the Coordinating Committee of the Green National Committee will be facilitated by a person or persons who have been approved by the Coordinating Committee of the Green National Committee."

"It is encouraged that Committees, Caucuses and States consider the qualifications such as experience and familiarity with the Green Consensus process. No candidate who is registered with another party other than Greens, where Green registration is available, will be considered.

"The Steering Committee will schedule a vote by the CC for approval of individual facilitators. No Facilitator who failed to receive at least 50%+1 of the approval vote will be permitted to facilitate the CC meetings.

"Facilitators with the highest approval ratings will be given preference when assigning facilitators. The ANMC will strive to schedule two facilitators for any given time period to ensure backup if needed. Gender balance is strongly encouraged. The ANMC will notify the CC of the facilitation schedule no later than two weeks before the national meeting."


lease Vote Yes Or No On Whether To Approve CHARLIE PILLSBURY To Serve As One Of The Facilitators Of The 2007 GPUS Annual Meeting.


I have served since 1989, as the Executive Director of Community Mediation, Inc., a nonprofit community mediation program in New Haven CT. I co-chaired the Board of Directors of the National Association for Community Mediation from 1999-2001.

I am an experienced mediator and facilitator. I have led numerous workshops and training sessions on mediation, facilitation and conflict resolution for individuals, government agencies, including police and fire departments, businesses, schools, colleges, churches and other organizations.

I joined the Green Party in 2001 and in 2002 was the Green Party candidate in CTís 3rd Congressional District. I also was a candidate for New Havenís Board of Alders in 2003 and 2005. I currently co-chair the New Haven Green Party Chapter and am one of the CTGP representatives to the GPUS National Committee. I also co-chair the GPUS Dispute Resolution Committee.

I have four children: Leah, Susannah, Lydia and Andrew, and am married to the Rev. Allie Perry. We live in New Haven and are members of the Shalom United Church of Christ.


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