[APAC-Discuss] APRALO elections 2016
silvia.vivanco at icann.org
Wed May 11 01:38:13 UTC 2016
Dear Siranush and APRALO leadership team,
On behalf of staff I would like to congratulate the APRALO leadership team!
Following previous practice I have noted the wiki page with "selected by acclamation".
Manager, At Large Regional Affairs
ICANN | Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
From: apac-discuss-bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org [mailto:apac-discuss-bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org] On Behalf Of Siranush Vardanyan
Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2016 5:38 AM
To: apac-discuss at atlarge-lists.icann.org
Subject: [APAC-Discuss] APRALO elections 2016
Dear APRALO members,
My appreciation goes to all those who supported current leadership team and expressed their confidence in us to continue our roles to serve you all.
May 9 was the deadline for nominations/self-nominations, there was no other candidates who put their names forward for the elections and all current incumbents accepted their nominations and submitted their statements.
At the same time APRALO LT announced about the mentorship program which we envisage to start from 2016 AGM (ICANN 57) and I have seen the following people expressed their willingness to be a part of this new initiative:
1. Bikram Shrestha, ISOC Nepal
2. Nadira Alaraj, ISOC Palestine
3. Jahangir Hossain, ISOC Dhaka
4. Rahul Sharma, DSCI
5. Lianna Galstyan, ISOC Armenia
6. Aris Ignasio, ISOC Philippines
At least, these are the names who stated their interest via our mailing list. If there are other people who would like to be a part of this process, or I missed somehow, please, let us know and we will also come to you in helping us shaping this strategy to understand your needs and capacities.
I thank once again for all of your support and looking forward to our continuous fruitful cooperation. Do not forget that we have one of the next planned ICANN meetings to be held in Abu Dhabi (ICANN 60), which is our region, so this will be our milestone from now on to start working with more commitment and devotion, engagement and cooperation.
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