Re: [lac-discuss-en] ICANN Board seat
Gracias por el correo. Lo tuyo es una propuesta? Consultaremos la misma a
la region y actuare conforne
Recuerden que yo no definio nada, Solo la region puede tomar desiciones.
Los miembros individuales no son votantes, pero si el chair en nombre de la
region, casi lo mismo.
Solo queda saber si la region quiere una llamada con los postulados (quizas
todos no quieran) , alguna otra propuesta o simplemente discutiremos esto
en la lista.
El mar 11, 2014 2:46 PM, "Dr. Alejandro Pisanty Baruch" <apisan@xxxxxxx>
> como se dice popularmente en México, "o todos coludos o todos rabones".
> ¿Con qué reglas o criterios, si no hay reglas escritas, piensas que se
> conduzcan las campañas hacia LACRALOb de los competidores de ALAC por el
> Asiento 15 del Board? Estas reglas tendrían que ser equitativas,
> transparentes, y concretas en cuanto al resultado ya que los miembros de
> LACRALO no somos votantes directos en esa elección.
> Alejandro Pisanty
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> Desde: lac-discuss-en-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [
> lac-discuss-en-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] en nombre de José
> Francisco Arce [josefranciscoarce@xxxxxxxxx]
> Enviado el: martes, 11 de marzo de 2014 05:37
> Hasta: Alan Greenberg
> CC: LACRALO discussion list
> Asunto: Re: [lac-discuss-en] ICANN Board seat
> Dear Alan, all
> Thanks for your kind email, and for let us know your general background. I
> will ask the region if they have questions or prefer a personal call with
> you to have direct contac, after review all the candidance´s profiles.
> Kind regards
> José Arce
> LACRALO Chair
> 2014-03-11 1:59 GMT-03:00 Alan Greenberg <greenberg.alan@xxxxxxxxx>:
> > Dear colleagues,
> > I apologize for not being able to write in both Spanish and English.
> > The At-Large Board member cannot "represent" the ALAC or At-Large. Once
> > appointed, the director is there purely on his/her own. However, we were
> > given a seat on the Board to allow the issues relevant to users to be
> > factored into the debates. To do that, a person must be selected who can
> > best represent those interests.
> > My ICANN history
> > - 8 years as a volunteer to At-Large, 6 on the ALAC, 8 years as ALAC
> > Liaison to the GNSO. I have also held several leadership roles on the
> > - I have worked very hard to make At-Large respected within ICANN.
> > - I have been the principal author of many of the statements issues by
> > ALAC over the last 8 years demonstrating my understanding of the issues
> > important to At-Large.
> > - Although I obviously do not agree with some ICANN participants, I have
> > developed good working relationships with people in many diverse areas of
> > ICANN.
> > Professional background:
> > - Over 30 years as a software developer and senior manager at McGill
> > University.
> > - I was part of the small group that brought the Internet to Canada.
> > - I have volunteered in a number of professional organizations prior to
> > ICANN, including being a Board member for the Internet Society.
> > - I spent 6 years as a volunteer to the Internet Society working with and
> > then running their Network Training Courses for people from developing
> > countries. We trained people from over 140 countries who were
> > in bringing the Internet to their countries. Alumni include government
> > ministers, ICANN Board members and ICANN employees. Most countries in
> > Central America, South America and the Caribbean attended and courses in
> > Spanish were also run in South America.
> > - After my retirement from McGill, I spent several years consulting on
> > use of technology in developing economies (ICT4D), and worked in Africa,
> > South Asia and Central America.
> > Strengths related to the Board position:
> > - I have a very strong understanding of ICANN and its various components,
> > of At-Large, and of the needs of Internet users.
> > - I have a proven ability to work with others, and to influence outcomes.
> > I am generally viewed as a thoughtful and articulate person, and I am in
> > very strong position to enter the Board and immediately be effective.
> > of my references for my Expression of Interest for this Board position
> > current or former ICANN Board members, and their endorsements speak well
> > my ability to quickly become an effective Board member.
> > - My background with both the ISOC training workshops and my ICT4D
> > consulting have made me acutely aware of the issues that are important in
> > the developing world.
> > - I am free of any relationship with those who stand to make money off of
> > ICANN's decisions, and will not have any conflicts in carrying out my
> > mandate.
> > - My track record of dedication (in both time and effort) to ICANN and
> > At-Large is well known, and I will put the same energy into presenting
> > needs of users on the Board.
> > I do not believe that any other candidate can match all of my
> > qualifications and I will not only be a good Board member, but an
> > outstanding At-Large Board member.
> > If I am selected, I can make a number of commitments:
> > - I promise to stay in touch with the ALAC, At-Large and RALOs, through
> > both face-to-face meetings and teleconferences. That is the only way to
> > ensure that I am aware of issues important to At-Large.
> > - You will regularly hear from me about Board activities and my
> > participation, and raising issues that I believe that At-Large may want
> > focus on.
> > - I will work to make sure that the bottom-up nature of ICANN is
> > in fact and not only in words. This is key to ICANN's ability to continue
> > to exist and meet its obligations.
> > - While on the Board, I will work hard to increase its transparency, to
> > make sure that users issues are considered, and to ensure more
> > participation in ICANN from people who are not funded by companies and
> > do not speak English. Both of these were important proposals that I
> > for in the ATRT2 Report (http://www.icann.org/en/
> > about/aoc-review/atrt/final-recommendations-31dec13-en.pdf or
> > http://www.icann.org/es/about/aoc-review/atrt/final-
> > recommendations-31dec13-es.pdf, page 9-11, section 10.3 and 10.5)
> > I will be happy to answer any questions.
> > Regards, Alan
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