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This message is forwarded on behalf of Adam Peake of the ICANN Nominating Committee.
From: Adam Peake email@example.com Subject: ICANN nominating committee 2005
I am a member of this year's ICANN nominating committee. Our task is to select people to join a number of ICANN's representative policy making bodies, including the ICANN board. This is my second year as a member of the nomcomm, I hope we will receive many quality candidates from the Asia & Pacific region.
We are to select 2 board members, 3 members of the At Large Advisory Committee (positions representing Asia Pacific, Latin American and Caribbean and African regions), 1 member of the Council of the Country-Code Names Supporting Organization (ccNSO), 2 members of the Council of the Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO).
Please read the material below and to consider who might be appropriate and strong candidates for such submissions, and to make recommendations of suitable individuals. Interested individuals may also submit a statement of interest directly. Please contact me directly if you would like to discuss any of the positions, etc.
And please feel free to redistribute this message to any and all relevant individuals and groups.
Adam Peake firstname.lastname@example.org
The ICANN Nominating Committee invites Recommendations and Statements of Interest from the community as it seeks qualified candidates for the following positions:
- two members of the ICANN Board of Directors;
- three members of the At Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) from: Asia Pacific, Latin American and Caribbean and African Regions;
- two members of the Council of the Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO); and
- one member of the Council of the Country-Code Names Supporting Organization (ccNSO)
Those individuals selected by the Nominating Committee will have a unique opportunity to work with accomplished colleagues from around the globe, address intriguing technical coordination problems and related policy development challenges with diverse functional, cultural, and geographic dimensions, and gain valuable insights and experience from working across these boundaries of knowledge, responsibility and perspective.
Additionally, those selected will gain the satisfaction of making a valuable public service contribution. Placing the broad public interest ahead of any particular interests, they will help ensure the stability and security of the Internet for critically important societal functions.
These voluntary positions are not remunerated, although direct expenses incurred in the course of duty may be reimbursed. These positions may involve significant international travel, including personal presence at periodic ICANN meetings, as well as regular telephone and Internet communications.
Candidates should be women and men with a high level of qualifications and experience with an international outlook including some familiarity with the Internet. They should be prepared to contribute to the collective decision-making process among ICANN's constituencies, supporting organizations and advisory bodies.
Selection criteria, eligibility factors, roles of each position, application procedure, and contacts are posted at:
Applications will be handled confidentially and should be received by 12:00 GMT on 15 June 2005 for full consideration. Selections will be made in October with service beginning in December 2005.