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About Internet Society 23 April 2020

Final Results of the 2020 Board Elections and IETF Selection

Hiroshi Esaki
By Hiroshi EsakiFormer Internet Society Board Trustee

The Internet Society Elections Committee is pleased to announce the final results of the 2020 elections and the IETF selection for the Board of Trustees.

The voting concluded on 3 April. The results were announced and the challenge period was opened on 6 April. The deadline to file challenges was 15 April. One challenge was filed in the Chapters election. In accordance with the Procedures for Selecting Trustees, Internet Society President Andrew Sullivan, the chairs of the Nominations and Elections committees, and the other members of the board discussed the merits of the challenge. In the end, the board decided that the challenge was without merit and rejected it.

Therefore, the election results announced on 6 April stand:

Also, following the process documented in RFC 3677, the Internet Architecture Board, on behalf of the IETF, has selected:

The term of office for all of the new Trustees will be three years, commencing with the 2020 Annual General Meeting, 1-2 August.

The Elections Committee congratulates all the new Trustees and expresses its gratitude once more to all of the candidates, the members of the Nominations and Elections committees, and everyone who participated in the process this year.

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