[council] FW: GAC Liaison the GAC
aelsadr at egyptig.org
Wed Aug 13 11:36:29 UTC 2014
Thanks for the update, Jonathan, and thanks to the Council leadership team for their considerations and selection.
I was wondering wether or not others feel it necessary and desirable to set a term limit for the GNSO liaison to the GAC when considering drawing up the motion. Perhaps a two-year term limit with the option of renewal similar to a Councillor’s term. We haven’t really discussed this, and their are not guidelines in the operating procedures to steer by.
Just a thought…, and thanks again.
On Aug 13, 2014, at 12:35 PM, Jonathan Robinson <jrobinson at afilias.info> wrote:
> Please be aware that the note below has today been sent out to Mason Cole.
> A similar note has been sent to the applicants who were not successful this time.
> You can expect a motion to this effect to be put forward to the GNSO Council meeting on September 4th.
> From: Glen de Saint Géry [mailto:Glen at icann.org]
> Sent: 13 August 2014 09:47
> To: Mason Cole
> Subject: GAC Liaison the GAC
> Dear Mason,
> On behalf of the GNSO Council leadership team, we would like to thank you very much for your application and your willingness to volunteer for this position to support the activities of GNSO Council.
> The applications received were all of extremely high quality and it was a difficult choice to make. The three evaluators have carefully and thoroughly evaluated each application against the specified criteria. Following this process, I am pleased to be able to inform you that your application was selected to be put forward to the GNSO Council for the position of GNSO Liaison to the GAC. A motion to support your selection will be put before the GNSO Council at the September 4th meeting of the Council.
> On behalf of the GNSO Council, thank you very much for taking the time and care to submit a letter and statement of interest.
> Kind regards,
> Glen de Saint Géry
> GNSO Secretariat
> gnso.secretariat at gnso.icann.org
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