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RSCVA Board Holding Meeting to Consider Replacement for CEO Chris Baum

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Christopher Baum, RSCVA president and CEO.

The Reno Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority (RSCVA) posted today a meeting agenda that announces the RSCVA board’s intention to consider a replacement for CEO and President Christopher Baum.

The meeting, scheduled for Friday at 8 a.m., contains agenda items for the “review, discussion and possible action regarding whether to enter a separation agreement thereby terminating the employment agreement dated February 3, 2015 with the President & CEO Christopher Baum, Without Cause Pursuant to Section 3.2.1.1 of the Employment Agreement…”

The next agenda item is a review and discussion to appoint an interim president/CEO, followed by an item for the selection of a permanent president and CEO.

It’s not clear whether the discussions are for termination of Baum by the board or a resignation by Baum.

Baum was not available for comment, according to a spokesperson for RSCVA.

A request for comment was left Bob Lucey, Washoe County commissioner and RSCVA board chair.

The meeting will be held at 4001 South Virginia Street, Suite G.

Special board meeting agenda items:

ITEMS FOR BOARD DISCUSSION AND/OR ACTION

A. Agenda Item #01-1016-15 (For Possible Action) Review, Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Whether to Enter a Separation Agreement and thereby Terminate the Employment Agreement dated February 3, 2015 with the President & CEO Christopher Baum, Without Cause Pursuant to Section 3.2.1.1 of the Employment Agreement…………………………………………..…Bob Lucey

B. Agenda Item #02-1016-15 (For Possible Action) Review, Discussion and Possible Action to appoint interim President and CEO (if applicable)…..Bob Lucey

C. Agenda Item #03-1016-15 (For Possible Action) Review, Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Process for Selecting Permanent President & CEO (if applicable)……………………………………………..Bob Lucey

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