[ARIN-consult] Community Consultation on Increasing the Size of the ARIN Board of Trustees
cja at daydream.com
Thu May 11 18:29:40 EDT 2017
I believe that in an environment where the incumbents are always on the
slate of candidates and they always get re-elected that increasing the
board size is an important step in getting new folks and diversity on the
board. Diversity in the nomcom is also important. The number of
candidates allowed to be chosen by the nomcom is important. The directions
to the nomcom about diversity is another great step. I do not believe we
have ever had a person from the Caribbean on the nomcom either. Maybe
seeking out a more diverse nomcom would help get board candidates from that
I do believe this is a good first step. Lots more needs to be done,
On Thu, May 11, 2017 at 12:20 PM, David R Huberman <daveid at panix.com> wrote:
> Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the Board of Trustees decision
> to increase the size of the elected Board membership.
> I am strongly in favor of diversity as a goal for the makeup of the ARIN
> Board of Trustees. ARIN is turning 20 this year, and not a single woman or
> non-white person has ever been elected to the Board (though two women have
> served: Kim Hubbard as CEO and Merike Kaeo as a current appointee).
> It is difficult, however, to offer support for the current consultation
> without knowing why the Board collectively feels this is the correct
> solution to the problem. There are many options on the table (term limits,
> evaluations, etc.), and the Board chose this one. Why did it do so, and why
> is this better than other solutions?
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