Well the nominations have ended. And we had one nomination for each position so there won’t be any voting for positions. We asked the Board of Directors for the next term to provide a brief bio so you can get to know them.
President – Aimee Blair
Aimee attended SUNY Oswego from the fall of 1999 until the spring of 2003; she joined STG during her 2nd year at Oswego. While she didn’t hold any office position within STG she helped out in different areas including the first and second Arcons. Some of her best memories from STG include late night Dance Dance Revolution parties, doing her first cosplay for MTTB (Jesse of Team Rocket!), and being able to hang out with a group of awesome friends. She helped form STGAA by doing some preliminary research on forming a non-profit corporation. She held the office of secretary for the first STGAA term. She is looking forward to having a more active role within the organization as the president.
Vice-President – Pete Sterpe Jr.
Pete joined the Story Tellers’ Guild in 2003, attending Oswego as an undergraduate and graduate student. He’s been on Arcon staff for seven years, and was Archdeacon of Arcon X and XI. He’s also been STG President twice, helped direct the club’s Human vs. Zombies game, and been head storyteller of Harry Potter LARP and two different generations of the NY:SH Vampire LARP.
Treasurer – David Blair
David attended SUNY Oswego from Fall of 2000 through Spring of 2003 where he was a member of STG for all three years. He held the position of Vice-President underneath Alan Gallagher during the 2001 to 2002 season and was one of the handful of members that comprised the Anime subgroup of STG. David served as the Anime Deacon during the first Arcon, ran a Big Eyes Small Mouth campaign during his time with the student organization, played in Deadlands, Hong Kong Action Theater, and countless other systems that were thrown his way. David Blair is a founding member of the STGAA and served as Vice-President during the 2011-2012 term of the non-profit organization.
Secretary – Chris Green
“I am Chris Green, most people just call me Green. I attended SUNY Oswego from 2003 through 2009, taking a year off in between. I majored and graduated with a degree in Information Science after having switched from Computer Science. I was astonished when I attended my first STG meeting and saw dozens of people who switched a lot of interests, until then I regarded fellow gamers as elusive as Bigfoot. I have been on a number of committees and served as Secretary through the 2007 – 2008 term. My biggest STG related interest are probably tabletop games, although I think at one point or another have enjoyed just about everything STG has ever offered.”