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About Internet Society 20 April 2018

2018 Internet Society Board of Trustees Final Election Results & IETF Appointments

Hiroshi Esaki
By Hiroshi EsakiFormer Internet Society Board Trustee

The Internet Society Elections Committee is pleased to announce the final results of the 2018 elections for the Board of Trustees. The voting concluded on 9 April 2018. The challenge period (for appeals) was opened on 11 April and closed on 18 April.

There were no challenges filed. Therefore the election results stand:

  • Walid Al-Saqaf has been re-elected to the board by Chapters, and
  • Robert Pepper has been elected by Organization members.

Also, following the process documented in RFC 3677, the Internet Architecture Board has selected and the IETF has confirmed:

  • Gonzalo Camarillo
  • John Levine

to each serve second terms on the board.

The term of office for all 4 of these Trustees will be 3 years, commencing with the 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Internet Society, 29 June – 1 July.

The Elections Committee congratulates all of the new and renewing Trustees. We also extend our thanks again to all the candidates and to everyone who participated in the process this year.

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