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As Chair of the Internet Society Nominations Committee, I am pleased to announce the slates of candidates for the 2020 Board of Trustees elections. The candidates for each slate are listed below in alphabetical order by last name.
Chapters Election (two seats available)
Organization Members Election (one seat available)
Additional nominations for election to the Board of Trustees may be made by petition by the candidate, and filed with the Chair of the Nominations Committee using the online form available at the Petitions page: https://www.internetsociety.org/board-of-trustees/elections/2020/petitions/
The deadline for receipt of petition requests is Friday, 21 February at 15:00 UTC. The deadline for petition signatures is Friday, 28 February at 15:00 UTC. The names of any successful petitioners will be placed on the ballot. The final candidate slate will be announced on Monday, 2 March and voting will open on Thursday, 19 March.
Learn more about the candidates and the elections, including the petition process at: https://www.internetsociety.org/board-of-trustees/elections/
The Committee thanks all of the nominees who expressed interest and willingness to serve on the Internet Society Board of Trustees.
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The Internet Society Nominations Committee is now inviting nominations for candidates to serve on the Board of Trustees.
The Board provides strategic direction, inspiration, and oversight to advance the Internet Society’s mission of preserving the open, globally-connected, trustworthy and secure Internet for everyone.
In 2020 Chapters will elect two (2) Trustees; Organization Members will elect one (1) Trustee; and the IETF will appoint one (1) Trustee. The term of office is 3 years, beginning in August 2020 and ending mid-year 2023.
The Internet Society is a global non-profit organization that champions the open Internet for everyone. With offices in Washington, DC, USA and Geneva, Switzerland, as well as regional bureaus throughout the world, it is dedicated to ensuring the open development, evolution, and use of the Internet for the benefit of people globally. ISOC is also the organizational home of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and other Internet-related bodies who together play a critical role in ensuring that the Internet develops in a stable and open manner. ISOC has more than 100 Organization Members, over 130 Chapters and Special Interest Groups, and more than 60,000 individual members that play a role in driving the mission and work of the Continue reading
The Public Interest Registry (PIR) is the non-profit operator of the .ORG, .NGO and .ONG domains. If you or someone you know has the interest and qualifications to help guide the future of PIR, the Internet Society invites you to consider a seat on the PIR Board of Directors.
In 2019 there are three positions opening on the PIR Board. These three directors will serve a 3-year term that begins mid-year 2019 and expires mid-year 2022. Prior board experience is preferred. All directors must be able to read and understand a balance sheet, as well as read and communicate effectively in the English language.
More information about the position, the qualifications, and a link to the nomination form can be found at:
The deadline for nominations is 15:00 UTC on February 4, 2019.
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In the name of the Internet Society Nominations Committee, I am pleased to announce the final slates of nominees for the 2018 Internet Society Board of Trustees elections.
The ISOC Nominations Committee received many responses to the call for applications, with the following regional and gender distribution of candidates:
Total applications received: 26
The Nominations Committee chose a slate of 3 candidates for each election slate. One nominee, Stefano Trumpy, was added to the Chapters slate after he launched a successful petition. Therefore, the final slates consist of 3 candidates for the Organization Members election, and 4 candidates for the Chapters election.
The final slates are as follows. The candidates for each election slate are listed in alphabetical order by last name.
Organizations (one seat available)
Chapters (one seat available)
Biographical information on all the candidates is available here:
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The ISOC Nominations Committee is now inviting nominations for candidates to serve on the ISOC Board of Trustees.
In this years election cycle one Trustee will be elected by ISOC Organizational Members, one trustee by ISOC Chapters, and two will be selected by the Internet Engineering Task Force.
The Trustee positions are 3-year terms that will begin mid-year 2018 and expire mid-year 2021.
The Board of Trustees provides strategic direction, inspiration, and oversight to advance the Internet Society’s mission of preserving the open, global Internet.
If you or someone you know is interested in serving on the Board, please see the official Call for Nominations, additional information, and links to online nomination forms at www.internetsociety.org/trustees
Nominations close at 15:00 UTC on 15 December 2017.
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