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Judy Zelisko becomes TEI's president.

At the conclusion of Tax Executives Institute's 2004 Annual Meeting of Members in Colorado Springs in August, Judith P. Zelisko of the Chicago Chapter became the 56th President of Tax Executives Institute. The Annual Meeting also saw the installation of other Institute officers as well as representatives from approximately half of TEI's 53 chapters, as well as the presentation of the Institute's certified financial statements, which reflected revenues totally more than $5 million, net revenues for the year of almost $600,000, and net assets of $4.4 million.

Ms. Zelisko, who is Vice President-Tax of Brunswick Corporation, used the occasion of the Annual Meeting to thank her predecessor, Raymond G. Rossi of the Santa Clara Valley Chapter, who is Director of External Tax Affairs for Intel Corporation. At as meeting of the Board immediately following the Annual Meeting, Ms. Zelisko presented a set of proposed goals and objectives for the year, under the general theme of "Be Effective, Stay Effective." The goals--which are set forth elsewhere in this issue--were approved by the Board. They include launching the Institute's new website. completing a survey of corporate tax departments, furthering the more timely communication of advocacy opportunities, analyzing membership demographic trends with a focus on expanding membership, possibly establishing a chapter in Asia, and expanding and realigning TEI's staff.

Ms. Zelisko previously served as TEI's Senior Vice President and chair of its Continuing Education Committee. A member since 1981, she has been a member of TEI's Executive Committee, has served as Regional Vice President, and chaired both the International Tax and the Communications Committees. She also served as President of the Chicago Chapter and its Chapter Representative.

Also installed at the Annual Meeting of Members were Michael R Boyle of the Seattle Chapter as Senior Vice President, David L. Bernard of the Northeast Wisconsin Chapter as Secretary, and Robert J. McDonough, Jr., of the New England Chapter as Treasurer.

For information concerning TEI's goals and objectives for the coming year, please see Ms. Zelisko's President's Corner Column.
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