[AfrICANN-discuss] AfriNIC Board Nominations CLOSED;
Nominations still OPEN for two PDP-MG seats
dogwallah at gmail.com
Fri May 14 12:22:29 SAST 2010
(apologies for multiple mails due to cross-posting)
While the Nomination period is CLOSED for the AfriNIC Board of
Directors seats, AfriNIC is still seeking nominations for
two (2) postions in the Policy Development
Process-Moderator Group (PDP-MG).
The PDP-MG is a group of volunteers elected by the community as per
the current Policy Development Process (PDP) with the responsibility
* Conduct policy discussions during public meetings
* moderate discussions on the the Resource Policy Discuss
* Report on Policy development matters to the Board.
* Evaluate consensus on policy discussions both online and at
face to face meetings
* Recommend the creation of a special working Groups on the
Resource Policy Discussion List
Nominated candidates must be from the AfriNIC community but not
members of AfriNIC staff. Candidates can be nominated by any one,
excluding AfriNIC or other RIRs staff, and must permanently reside in
a country within the AfriNIC service Region.
To nominate a candidate to be elected at the open position, please
send an email to the Nomination and Election committee
(nomcom2010 at afrinic.net)
with the following information:
(a) Information of the Nominee:
* Nominee (Full Name):
* Organisation name (or Affiliation):
* E-mail address:
* Postal/Physical address:
* Phone number:
* Country of residence:
* Brief Bio with a highlight of how the Nominee intends to
contribute to the PDP-MG in particular and the Region's Policy
Development Process (PDP) in General (not more than 500 words):
(b) Information of the Nominator:
* Nominator’s Name:
* E-mail address:
* Motivation for nomination:
If self-nominated, indicate "self" in section (b) above.
You can find out more about the AfriNIC Policy Development Process at:
The nomination deadline is Saturday 15 May 2010 at 12:00 UTC.
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