[kictanet] Fwd: [Chapter-delegates] ISOC Board of Trustees Election Results
Kivuva at transworldafrica.com
Thu Apr 9 17:36:27 EAT 2015
Great, We will now have our own as a member of the ISOC Board of Trustees.
Congratulations to Alice Munyua.
Mwendwa Kivuva, Nairobi, Kenya
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On 9 April 2015 at 17:17, Ali Hussein via kictanet <
kictanet at lists.kictanet.or.ke> wrote:
> Congrats to Alice for getting the most votes in the organization
> membership category.
> Well done Alice!
> Well deserved.
> *Ali Hussein*
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> Begin forwarded message:
> *From:* Gihan Dias <gihan at uom.lk>
> *Date:* April 9, 2015 at 4:32:06 PM EAT
> *To:* ISOC Chapter Delegates <chapter-delegates at elists.isoc.org>
> *Subject:* *[Chapter-delegates] ISOC Board of Trustees Election Results*
> Dear Chapter Delegates,
> On behalf of the Internet Society's Elections Committee, I wish to extend
> our appreciation and thanks to all of the nominees and candidates for the
> Board of Trustees Election 2015. We are honoured that such well-qualified
> individuals offered to serve on the Internet Society Board.
> The election concluded on 6th April and the results have been certified
> by the Elections Committee.
> In the chapters election we had four candidates for the open Trustee seat. Walid
> Al-Saqaf <https://www.internetsociety.org/who-we-are/other/walid-al-saqaf>
> received 34 votes out of the 88 votes cast Each of the other candidates
> (and abstentions) received less than this number of votes. A list of all
> Chapters eligible to vote in the election, indicating which Chapters
> exercised their voting privilege, is available here
> In the Organisation membership election there were three candidates for
> one Trustee seat. Alice Munyua
> <https://www.internetsociety.org/who-we-are/other/alice-munyua> received
> 92 weighted votes out of 232 weighted votes cast. Each of the other
> candidates (and abstentions) received less than this number of votes. In
> this election, the vote of each organisational member has a weight of
> between 1 and 6 based on the membership category.
> It may be of further interest that in the 2015 Election, 88 out of 105
> Chapters (84%), and 74 out of 119 Organisation Members (62%) voted.
> We now move into the challenge period. Challenges can be lodged between
> now and 21:00 UTC on 17th April 2015, by email to the President of the
> Internet Society, Kathy Brown <brown at isoc.org> with a recital of the
> reasons for the challenge. The President, after consultation with the
> Chairs of the Nominations and Elections Committees and the members of the
> Board of Trustees, shall advise the author of the challenge of the Board's
> decision within 4 days following the end of the challenge period.
> The Challenge Response Period ends on Tuesday, 21 April 2015, the date on
> which the results will be finalized and officially announced.
> Gihan Dias
> Chairman, Elections Committee
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