Posted: Thu, 17 Oct 2002
The message provided below was posted to ARIN's Announce Mailing List and posted to the front page of the ARIN web site on October 11, 2002. The message extended the nomination period for the upcoming ARIN Board of Trustees Election. The extension expired on October 15, 2002, without producing additional nominations.
Due to the low number of nominations received for the ARIN Board of Trustees, the ARIN 2002 Nomination Committee has again decided to extend the nominations period. Effective today, the nominations period for the ARIN Board of Trustees has been reopened. Nominations will be accepted until 23:59 EDT October 21, 2002.
The Nomination Committee restates the importance of ARIN Member participation in the nominations process. ARIN Members may submit nominations on the ARIN 2002 Election Board of Trustees Nomination Form, or as otherwise described below.
ARIN 2002 Nomination Committee
## Message posted to email@example.com and ARIN front page on October 11, 2002:
An open call for nominations for the ARIN Board of Trustees was made on July 29, 2002 with a stated closing date of September 30, 2002. The call explained that there are two seats to be filled beginning January 1, 2003, and that the Nomination Committee is required to send at least two (2) candidates per open seat to the general membership for a vote. As a result of that open call for nominations, the following individuals have been confirmed as nominees for the upcoming ARIN Board of Trustees election:
Due to the low number of nominations received for the ARIN Board of Trustees, the ARIN 2002 Nomination Committee has decided to extend the nominations period. Effective today, the nominations period for the ARIN Board of Trustees has been reopened. Nominations must be received by 23:59 EDT October 15, 2002 in order to be eligible.
Further details about the nominations process is provided below.
Considering the ever changing Internet environment of which the Regional Internet Registry system is involved, the nominations committee implores ARIN Members to participate in this nominations process.
Scott Bradner Chair ARIN 2002 Nomination Committee
To nominate an individual for the ARIN Board of Trustees:
Use the ARIN 2002 Nomination Election Form on the ARIN website or submit the required information below to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Name of nominee
Name of person making the nomination
Organization of person making the nomination
Email address of person making the nomination
All nominees will be contacted via email to verify that they accept their nomination and to request biographical information. If they cannot be reached, the nomination will not be accepted.
BOARD OF TRUSTEE NOMINATIONS
ARIN's Board of Trustees is responsible for the business affairs, financial health, and property of ARIN. Board nominees should be able to demonstrate experience in performing fiduciary duties at the corporate level and making high-level budgetary, contractual, or other corporate/executive decisions. Board nominees should be available to attend several board meetings a year.
There are three ways to become a candidate for a seat on the Board of Trustees:
1. Be nominated by an ARIN member. Nominees do not have to be ARIN members.
2. If you are an ARIN member, you may self-nominate.
3. Nomination by petition as described below.
Nominations for the Board may be made without the Nomination Committee's participation by presenting a petition signed by 5% of the total ARIN membership. Current ARIN membership totals 1,840; therefore ninety two
(92) members will be required to send statements of support to email@example.com in order for the petitioning candidate to be nominated
Per the ARIN Bylaws, a Nomination Committee has been formed to aid in the Board of Trustees election process. The seven-member 2002 Nomination Committee members are:
Board Representatives: Scott Bradner, Bill Manning
Advisory Council Representatives: Bill Darte, Barbara Roseman
General Members Representatives: Daniel Salama, IFX Corporation; Miguel Fernandez, Prima SA; Kris Foster, Telus
The Nomination Committee is responsible for identifying and recruiting nominees, in addition to certifying a properly selected list of candidates for the Board of Trustees. The Nomination Committee is required to send at least two (2) candidates per open seat to the general membership for a vote.