- When: Friday, September 21st at 12:00 noon
- Where: NCSU University Club
- Cost: $25 (includes lunch)
- Registration Deadline: Monday, September 17th
Kim Westbrook Strach, executive director for the NC State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement, will discuss efforts to secure our elections through deepening partnerships with state and federal agencies, post-election audits and the modernization of the statewide elections management system, among other efforts. She will touch on the nearly $11 million the State Board is receiving to keep elections secure and will answer audience questions.
Kim Westbrook Strach has served the NC State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement for 18 years, first as an investigator (2000-01), then deputy director for campaign finance (2001–13) and executive director (2013 – present). Strach led public corruption investigations of political figures and political organizations that have led to criminal convictions on both sides of the aisle. Designated as North Carolina’s chief elections official, Strach coordinates overall compliance with state and federal election laws, issues advisory opinions interpreting campaign finance laws, implements strategic objectives set by our Board, and approves all employment decisions affecting State Board staff and county directors of elections. Strach and her husband, Phil, live in Garner with their two daughters, Sophie and Zoe. She holds a degree in Criminal Justice from East Carolina University.
This event is $25 and includes lunch. Please register and pay via Eventbrite by clicking the button above.
Lunch Menu: Shrimp scampi, fresh fruit salad, rice pilaf, filed peas and sugar snaps, key lime pie. (To request a vegetarian meal, please email Pat Butler at email@example.com.)
[We have had to increase our ticket prices for the League’s Timely Topics luncheons at the NCSU University Club. The increased ticket price for Timely Topics luncheons reflects a price increase by the venue. The $25 covers lunch with dessert, room set-up fees, and ticket processing fees. We will continue to offer our members the option of attending the program without lunch for free.]