[AfrICANN-discuss] Recruitment for ICANN Leadership Positions: 2009 Nominating Committee

Anne-Rachel Inné annerachel at gmail.com
Thu Feb 12 22:30:11 SAST 2009

 News Alert

 Recruitment for ICANN Leadership Positions: 2009 Nominating Committee

12 February 2009

The 2009 Nominating Committee began its work in November 2008 following the
ICANN Annual Meeting in Cairo, Egypt, and is actively seeking qualified
candidates for the following key positions within ICANN:

   - Three members of the ICANN Board of Directors
   - Three members of the At Large Advisory Committee (for the African,
   Asia/Australia/Pacific, and Latin American regions)
   - Two members of the Council of the Generic Names Supporting Organization
   - One member of the Council of the Country-Code Names Supporting
   Organization (ccNSO)
   - Those selected by the Nom Com will take their seats at the end of the
   2009 ICANN Annual Meeting, 30 October 2009 in Seoul, Korea.
   - The Nom Com will be conducting a workshop and other outreach activities
   during the At Large Summit and the ICANN meeting in Mexico City (28 February
   - 6 March 2009), see http://mex.icann.org/ for more information.

The people 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.

Information on applying is available at http://nomcom.icann.org/.
Prospective candidates are invited to submit their Statements of Interest to
the Nominating Committee by 15 April 2009 23:59 UTC.

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