Will NCARB implement an elected body of Candidates

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    James Martzahl

    I agree, the people actually taking the test need some sort of representation, NCARB doesn't want anything to do with us except our $$$. We are only just asking for a pencil and paper. 

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    Leah Underwood

    It looks like Michael Armstrong is the CEO of two companies- NCARB and this other company that supplies all the tech for NCARB. In one, he has to disclose his 450k a year salary (because NCARB is nonprofit) but this other? I'm not finding how much he or senior staff makes. And there's a lot of people on both boards.
    This explains why we can't get them to fix the test crashing- that costs money.
    This explains why these exams are so confusing to decipher- our failure is their success
    This explains why they refuse to give us a basic human right- pen and paper! Because it cost them money to make and will make it harder for us to pass for SEVERAL reasons highlighted across hundreds of comments.
    Now explain to me how this isn't a major conflict of interest? Explain how this exam isn't designed to be failed and is therefore a poll tax?
    Disclaimer: screenshotting all comments because now NCARB has gone to great lengths to delete comments that highlight Michael Armstrong and senior staff's conflict of interest. I did not violate your little terms. It's a truth.
    Oh and your CEO needs to resign. And if you knew about this Nick, you should go too.

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    Dean Schimmenti

    Can we include the illegal act of insider trading to this deal too.  Probably not public knowledge, but I'm sure those involved have made some recent stock purchases in this company........it's only an assumption though............

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