Resultados de la votación: 2.014 At-Large Director Ejecutivo (asiento # 15) Proceso de Selección
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Asunto: Re: Resultados de la votación: 2.014 At-Large Director Ejecutivo (asiento # 15) Proceso de Selección
De: Kivuva en transworldafrica.com
Olivier, el usuario individual de Internet es un actor importante y
nunca debe sentir poco representados. Como ha observado cristiana,
"Los usuarios de Internet de todo tipo son incapaces de hacer oír su voz
efectivamente ". Esto exige una mayor representación e incluso un segundo
puesto en la junta. Esto debe ser una agenda de ATLAS II en Londres.
Mwendwa Kivuva, Nairobi, Kenya.
Internet Society Sección de Kenya Secretario
El 04/05/2014, Christian de Larrinaga <cdel en firsthand.net> escribió:
> As somebody outside this box but keeping half an eye out I am intrigued
> by some recent comments from past board, nomcom and others on the issues
> as they see them today. There is plenty of space where Internet users
> of all sorts are unable to get their voice heard effectively. ICANN is
> one place where this needs to be strengthened.
> But I urge those involved to look deeper than technocratic methods such
> as Nomcom, HR or systematic processes to explain why problems are coming
> up for air again. These process techniques take as read the culture,
> interests and remit of an organisation as it is now and tend to enhance
> it in some form. That is they reinforce existing structures and are not
> effective or desirable levers to reform by themselves.
> ICANN has a structural challenge in that its board is bottom up whilst
> its management is top down. This is possibly why Karl proposes to remove
> the CEO/President from the board. It is also why there is tension
> between ICANN as a manager and ICANN as mainly a community of
> responsible organisations that manage Internet resources.
> If you want change in a board you need to drive change from the board
> and attract board members who direct rather than manage. Is that what
> ICANN as it is today wants? I wonder.
> If intermediaries dominate the landscape at ICANN and many argue this is
> now the case then how does ICANN function in the public interest? At
> Large is one attempt in that direction. But in face of the NTIA
> challenge can it be argued that ICANN is multi stakeholder in the sense
> that it represents the broad public interest? In particular if one
> focuses on the board in that specific context.
> That seems a far deeper challenge than one you should delegate to HR as
> an issue of "skillsets".
> Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond wrote:
>> Dear Wolfgang,
>> thank you for this reminder of the history.
>> I'd like to hear more from our Community on whether they think we should
>> be pushing for a second director position now that we've had another
>> successful round of selection of a Board Director.
>> Fadi Chehadé mentioned today the Election in At-Large when speaking
>> about the multi-stakeholder model at the Hudson Institute
>> Kind regards,
>> On 30/03/2014 11:32, "Kleinwächter, Wolfgang" wrote:
>>> I also want to join the many thanks to Sebastian (great job), to Rinalia
>>> (great challenge) and Roberto and Tijani (well done). Nothing more to add
>>> what Veronica has said so nicely and well structured.
>>> I this context: Don´t forget the History. In the present NTIA transition
>>> discussion a lot of "orginal ideas" from 1998 are remembered. One orginal
>>> idea was to give the At Large Membership nine voting seats. Article V,
>>> Section 4 of the Orginal Bylaws (November 6, 1998) said in para. iv:
>>> "Nine (9) At Large Directors, selected pursuant to a process to be
>>> established by a majority vote of all the At Large Board members of the
>>> Initial Board".
>>> We know the history. Five voting directors were elected in 2000 for two
>>> years. In November 2001 the At Large Membership Committee, chaired by
>>> Carl Bildt, recommended the establishment of an At Large Supporting
>>> Organisation (ALSO) with the right to send six voting directors to the
>>> In 2002, as part of the general ICANN reform process the ideas of an At
>>> Large elections and the establishment of an ALSO with six regional
>>> councils were abolished and were substituted by an "At Large Advisory
>>> Committee" (ALAC) with five RALOs, a certification process for ALSs and
>>> the establishment of a NomCon which now sends eight directors to the
>>> board. The NomCom got five voting At Large Members. The chair of ALAC was
>>> invited to serve as a non-votong liaison in the Board (similar to the
>>> chair of the GAC).
>>> In the preparation for ATLAS I in Mexico in 2008 we were calling for two
>>> voting ALAC Board members. We got one. Now ATLAS II is at the horizon. We
>>> need a strong message from ATLAS II that the multistakeholder model -
>>> which is now under tough discussion and has to face its "moment of truth"
>>> - will work only, if you have a strong civil society role in policy
>>> development and decision making.
>>> Here we have to invest more how to do this and to go out of our silos
>>> both within the broader CS community (in particular with NCUC and NPOC)
>>> as well as in cross constituency communication, coordination and
>>> collaboration with private sector, technical community and governments.
>>> A big challenge.
>>> Von: euro-discuss-bounces en atlarge-lists.icann.org im Auftrag von Veronica
>>> Gesendet: Sa 29.03.2014 15:55
>>> An: Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond
>>> Cc: lac-discuss-en en atlarge-lists.icann.org;
>>> lac-discuss-es en atlarge-lists.icann.org;
>>> euro-discuss en atlarge-lists.icann.org;
>>> afri-discuss en atlarge-lists.icann.org;
>>> ALAC-Announce en atlarge-lists.icann.org;
>>> apac-discuss en atlarge-lists.icann.org; At-Large Worldwide;
>>> na-discuss en atlarge-lists.icann.org
>>> Betreff: Re: [EURO-Discuss] [At-Large] VOTE RESULTS: 2014 At-Large Board
>>> Director (Seat #15) Selection Process
>>> Dear colleagues, dear Olivier - thanks for this message and to echo and
>>> build up on it, I would also like to:
>>> - Thank *Sebastian* for the work done in his capacity as a member of the
>>> Board and wish him success in the upcoming new roles and initiatives. We
>>> all continue building on our previous experiences, so this process
>>> be a continuous exercise and include those who can learn from us - so, I
>>> sure Sebastian will find good ways to share the wealth of expertise
>>> in his role as a Board member and continue serve the community in the
>>> possible ways.
>>> - Congratulate *Rinalia* for being elected to the Board and wish her
>>> luck in this interesting, yet, challenging new role. These are important
>>> times for ICANN which will require several key competences, and
>>> of geo-political realities in different parts of the world. I trust
>>> will be able to deliver on the expectations on the community-at-large.
>>> - Thank *Roberto* for the wonderful leadership of the BCEC - it has been
>>> for me, personally, a great experience. Like in any experience there are
>>> always things to learn from and improve based on the input from members.
>>> On this note, hope everyone attending ICANN 49 managed to return home
>>> & sound, otherwise, wishing you safe travels back home!
>>> With very best,
>>> On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 1:20 AM, Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond
>>> <ocl en gih.com>wrote:
>>>> Dear All,
>>>> I wanted to extend my congratulations to Rinalia Abdul Rahim in what
>>>> a very balanced election that required many rounds to differentiate the
>>>> Rinalia has been selected by our community to sit on the Board at a
>>>> moment that is not only crucial for At-Large but also crucial for ICANN
>>>> as a whole. She will take her seat at the 2014 ICANN Annual General
>>>> Meeting - the last meeting of the year - which will take place in Los
>>>> Thanks to all of the candidates who have run for the position. It is
>>>> through a wide candidate list that we can assure a wider choice of
>>>> options for the future of our community.
>>>> Thanks to Roberto Gaetano and the Board Candidate Evaluation Committee.
>>>> Their work has been crucial in providing a first class short-list of
>>>> Thanks to Tijani Ben Jemaa and the Board Member Selection Process
>>>> Committee for their stewardship of a process that has been challenging
>>>> due to the multiple instances of Ties.
>>>> The work of these Committees is not over. They will analyse lessons
>>>> learnt and work together to provide the ALAC with an updated set of
>>>> recommendations to improve the selection process next time around.
>>>> Finally, I would like to remind you that until the 2014 ICANN AGM, the
>>>> Board Member selected by At-Large is Sébastien Bachollet and would like
>>>> to reaffirm the full support of our community in the challenging months
>>>> ahead of us. We are well aware that he is not on the Board to
>>>> us" but as a candidate from our community selected to the Board by our
>>>> community, he has proven himself to share his experience of Internet
>>>> Users with his Board Colleagues and we are grateful of his continued
>>>> involvement in all matters of ICANN.
>>>> Kindest regards,
>>>> Olivier MJ Crépin-Leblond
>>>> ALAC Chair
>>>> On 26/03/2014 15:06, ICANN At-Large Staff wrote:
>>>>> Dear All,
>>>>> Tijani Ben Jemaa, Chair of the Board Member Selection Process
>>>> (BMSPC) 2014, has asked that an announcement on the final vote results
>>>> the Board Director (Seat #15) selected by the ALAC/At-Large for
>>>> (to take their seat at the 2014 AGM) be published.
>>>>> This is to inform you that the 2014 At-Large Board Director (Seat #15)
>>>> Selection Process was completed on 25-March-2014.
>>>>> Below is the list of candidates (listed in alphabetical order of the
>>>> family name) who ran for the position:
>>>>> * Rinalia Abdul Rahim
>>>>> * Sébastien Bachollet
>>>>> * Alan Greenberg
>>>>> * Evan Leibovitch
>>>>> * Jean-Jacques Subrenat
>>>>> After the FIRST ROUND VOTE and the SECOND ROUND's first vote, tie
>>>> breaking vote, and second (final) vote, the candidate who is selected
>>>> the Board Director (Seat #15) by ALAC/At-Large for 2015-2017 is:
>>>> Abdul Rahim.
>>>>> You may review the results, as well as the detailed information about
>>>> the selection procedure, under: https://community.icann.org/x/WinRAg.
>>>>> Heidi Ullrich, Silvia Vivanco, Ariel Liang, Gisella Gruber, Nathalie
>>>> Peregrine and Terri Agnew
>>>>> ICANN Policy Staff in support of ALAC
>>>>> <mailto:staff en atlarge.icann.org%3cmailto:staff en atlarge.icann.org>
>>>> staff en atlarge.icann.org
>>>> 20Nathalie%20Peregrine%20and%20Julia%20Charvolen%20ICANN%20Policy%20Staff%20in%20support%20of%20ALACmailto:staff en atlarge.icann.org
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>>> *Veronica Cretu *
>>> *President, Open Government Institute**Republic of Moldova
>>> - http://opengov.si.md/ <http://opengov.si.md/>*
>>> *Member of the Steering Committee, *
>>> *Open Government Partnership (OGP);*
>>> *Member of the Multistakeholder Advisory Group*
>>> *To the Internet Governance Forum (IGF)*
>>> *Member of the Nominating Committee of ICANN*
>>> *(Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbering)*
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