Jericho, N.Y. – E&I Cooperative Services (E&I), the only member-owned, non-profit procurement cooperative focused exclusively on higher education, recently held its annual Stockholders’ Meeting via virtual conference. Year-end financial results for the Cooperative were presented along with the results of its Board of Directors election.
The following 2020 financial and performance results were shared:
Elizabeth Moss, Esq., CPPO, Executive Director of Procurement & Strategic Sourcing at University of Maryland, Baltimore County and this year’s Teller of Ballots, announced the results of the Board of Directors election. E&I members voted three new members to the Board:
Additionally, the following incumbent directors were re-elected:
“Throughout 2020 we provided solutions aimed at helping our members procure goods and services needed during the pandemic, and focused on developing a clear strategy for E&I to grow the value of the services that we offer to members into the future. We restructured the organization to support that new strategy,” E&I CEO Eric Frank said. “Additionally, we made substantial strides on board, staff, and supplier diversity while simultaneously improving transparency and good governance. I am incredibly proud of our accomplishments and look forward to continuing our momentum in 2021.”
E&I Cooperative Services (E&I) is the only member-owned, non-profit procurement cooperative exclusively focused on serving education. E&I delivers unsurpassed value and an exceptional experience to its members through a broad portfolio of competitively solicited contracts with industry-leading suppliers as well as innovative sourcing solutions. The Cooperative empowers its members to make informed, analytics-driven decisions to capture more spend and optimize their education dollars. For more information, please visit stage.eandi.org.