[arin-announce] Call for Nominations: ARIN Board of Trustees and Advisory Council
memsvcs at arin.net
Wed Jul 23 08:27:01 EDT 2003
ARIN is issuing an open call for members to nominate candidates for two
(2) seats on the Board of Trustees and eight (8) seats on the Advisory
Council that become open when current terms expire on December 31, 2003.
Both new Board of Trustees terms are for three years and begin January 1,
2004. The Board seats opening are those currently held by Scott Bradner
and John Curran. Individuals may be re-elected to the Board.
Five of the eight Advisory Council seats are to fill three-year terms
beginning January 1, 2004. The remaining three seats are to fill interim
vacancies, with two seats available for one-year terms and the final seat
available for a two-year term. The seats opening on the Advisory Council
are currently held by Dana Argiro, Andrew Dul, Dale Finkelson, Avi
Freedman, Mark Kosters, Kevin Martin, Lea Roberts, and Stacy Taylor.
Individuals may be re-elected to the Council.
1. You must be an ARIN member in good standing (definition available at
http://www.arin.net/membership/goodstanding.html) to make nominations for
the Board of Trustees and Advisory Council. However, those nominated do
not need to be ARIN members. A petition process is available to nonmembers
seeking to nominate themselves. ARIN members are also welcome to nominate
2. The ARIN Board of Trustees has published a list of conflicts of
interest related to candidacy for its elections. The complete list is
available on ARIN's website at
Nominations must be received by 23:59 ET on Monday, September 22, 2003 in
order to be eligible. If you are interested in nominating an individual or
if you are interested in being nominated as a member of the Board of
Trustees or Advisory Council, use the Nomination Election Forms on the
ARIN website at http://www.arin.net/elections/bot_acnomcall.html. You can
also submit the required information to bot-nominations at arin.net or
ac-nominations at arin.net.
Nominations must contain the following information:
* Name, organization, e-mail, and phone number of nominee
* Name, organization, and e-mail of person making the nomination
All nominees will be contacted via e-mail and/or telephone to verify that
they accept their nomination and to request biographical information. If
the nominee cannot be reached, the nomination will be rejected.
To view the qualifications for Board of Trustees and Advisory Council
positions and for further information regarding the election process and
timeline, visit ARIN's website at http://www.arin.net/elections.
Now is a good time for ARIN member firms to check with Member Services
(memsvcs at arin.net) to make certain that they have a designated member
representative eligible to cast a vote in the upcoming election.
Direct any questions to Member Services at memsvcs at arin.net.
ARIN Member Services
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