2013 Internet2 Board of Trustee Election
The Internet2 Nominations Committee (NC) is pleased to announce the Call For Nominations for open positions on the Internet2 Board of Trustees. The open call for nominations for the Board of Trustees commences on Wednesday, May 8 and concludes on Friday, May 24, 2013. Once the slate is confirmed by the Nominations Committee the election will open on or about May 29, 2013.
For a list of current Board members with their term limits, visit http://www.internet2.edu/governance/board.html.
2013 Election Slate
The Nominations Committee is seeking nominations for President/Chancellor, CIO, Industry, Research, Regional/Connector or member representatives that you believe will bring thoughtful leadership to the Internet2 Board of Trustees. Please consider issues of constituency balance, discipline expertise, gender, geographic, minority representation, or private/public institution affiliation. There are four openings to be filled for 2013 with one incumbent standing unopposed (see specifics below). Include with your nomination(s) the name, title and contact information for the individual(s). Self nominations are welcome. Nominations should be sent to email@example.com
The Nominations Committee will determine the slate to be presented to the community for ratification in late May. The CIO election will be the only competitive election, as determined by the CIO constituency. The CIO incumbent will be standing for re-election.
The results of the elections will be announced in June.
- David Leebron is standing for reelection (unopposed)
- Opening due to resignation – To be filled with a one-year term appointment
1 CIO (incumbent) to stand for reelection – competitive election
- Charlie McMahon 3-year term
2 At-Large Appointments
- Appointment 3-year term
- Appointment 3-year term
Internet2 Bylaws - Article III Board of Trustees Section 4.
Criteria for Nomination to Board of Trustees. In carrying out the responsibilities to nominate candidates, the Nominations Committee established pursuant to [Article V, Section 2] and the Board of Trustees in filling any vacancy as provided for in this Article III, Section 8, shall seek to ensure that the Corporation’s Board of Trustees maintains a majority of Research University Member Presidents/Chancellors and CIOSs (Executive Leaders), as a whole, is representative of its members and will (i) further support the Corporation’s mission to support higher education, (ii) in aggregate display diversity in geography, demography, culture, skills, disciplines, and perspective, as well as the location and character of the institution with which the prospective trustee may be affiliated and (iii) no two (2) Trustees serving during the same or overlapping terms shall be employed by or otherwise representative of the same member. Subject to the foregoing, the composition of the Board of Trustees shall reflect members from the following backgrounds.
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