[APAC-Discuss] NomCom Final report card
director at icfoss.in
Tue Jul 23 07:58:24 UTC 2013
Dear Siranush and APRALO colleagues
Thanks for the NomCom report card, and for the status update.
Congratulations on completing very successfully a two-year term in this
demanding and important position!
I'd like to thank you for the time you spent with me at Durban, explaining
the procedure and process of the NomCom. I look forward to continued
support and guidance from you and the whole APRALO community.
On Tue, Jul 23, 2013 at 11:40 AM, Siranush Vardanyan <
siranush_vardanyan at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Dear APRALO colleagues,
> I hope those who were in Durban reached your homes safe and sound as I
> did. First of all I would like to thank all those who were in Durban,
> especially Holly, my colleagues from different RALOs and ICANN staff for
> their support in my new position of APRALO Vice Chair. We had several very
> fruitful meetings related to our region, as well as meetings related to the
> topic of increasing the cross regional communication and cooperation
> between RALOs.
> There will be some follow up steps and activities coming later, but at
> this point I am still wearing my NomCom hat, and sending you the final
> report card, which explains the work, which was done in Durban.
> Would like to mention that we had very important decision making event in
> Durban and the whole selection process had been done in collegial manner
> with having unanimous consensus for all selected candidates. As you all
> know the names of selected candidates will be announced in September.
> I had also opportunity to talk with Satish Babu, who will be the new
> NomCom member from APRALO starting from Buenos Aires meeting and shared my
> experience in serving in NomCom. I wish Satish full of luck in this very
> important but also very interesting and learning process.
> Thanks again for all your support, my dear colleagues.
> Siranush Vardanyan
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