[NA-Discuss] VOTE RESULTS: 2013 NARALO Secretary Selection
dharma.dailey at gmail.com
Mon Jul 22 17:39:02 UTC 2013
I agree with Allan. It seems like a win for the region if we have to motivated and qualified people each carrying part of the load. I'd like to hear from Glenn, Darlene, et al whether divvying up the job of Secretariat might be possible? Is there a standing description of the job somewhere or is it more or less self-defined?
On Jul 21, 2013, at 12:27 AM, "Skuce, Allan" <allan.skuce at homesociety.ca> wrote:
> Is it possible to have co-secretaries? Two people working together to share
> the tasks and responsibilities. This may be somewhat alien to Americans but
> we have a number of boards of directors in Canada which have co-chairs (ie.
> Chairman of the board) who alternate leading meetings and share the tasks
> and responsibilities that go with the position.
> Just a thought,
> Allan Skuce
> On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 11:16 PM, ICANN At-Large Staff <
> staff at atlarge.icann.org> wrote:
>> Dear All,
>> The election for NARALO Secretariat (candidates: Darlene Thompson and
>> Glenn McKnight) has resulted in a tie vote.
>> NARALO Operating Principles do not cover this eventuality. At-Large Staff
>> has consulted with available ALAC Members from the region as well as the
>> NARALO Chair on what process to use to address the situation.
>> The consensus is that the vote for Secretariat should be rerun, but prior
>> to that, NARALO must amend its rules to ensure that on the re-vote, the
>> possibility of a tie in officer selections is addressed.
>> Heidi Ullrich, Silvia Vivanco, Matt Ashtiani, Gisella Gruber, Nathalie
>> Peregrine and Julia Charvolen ICANN Policy Staff in support of ALAC
>> E-mail: staff at atlarge.icann.org<mailto:staff at atlarge.icann.org<mailto:
>> staff at atlarge.icann.org%3cmailto:staff at atlarge.icann.org>>
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