Dotasia Board Elections 2019
- DotAsia Board Elections 2019 Final Nomination and Results
- DotAsia Board Elections 2019 Procedures FINAL
- DotAsia Board Elections 2019 Procedures FIRST DRAFT
- DotAsia AGM 2019, Daejeon, South Korea
Last updated Mar 25, 2019
The DotAsia Board Elections 2019 was held between December 2018 and February 2019. Nominations were conducted electronically and according to the finalized Board Elections Procedures 2019, which was drafted based on DotAsia’s Memorandum & Articles of Incorporation . A first draft of the Board Elections Procedures was posted on Nov 14, 2018, and a finalized Board Elections Procedures was published on Dec 3 , 2018.
The nominations period commenced on Dec 5, 2018 and concluded on Jan 9, 2019. The results of the nominations are posted below.
The voting period was scheduled to commence on Jan 23, 2019 and conclude on Feb 6, 2019. However since the number of candidates standing for election in each member category is equal to the number of vacancies in that category, no voting was conducted, and the election results are posted below.
Sponsor Member Category
There were 4 vacancies in the Sponsor Member category and the following candidates were deemed elected:
|Atsushi ENDO||North and Northeast Asia|
|Lianna GALSTYAN||Middle East, Asia Minor and Eurasia|
|Choon Sai LIM||South and Southeast Asia|
|Dr. THAM Yiu Kwok||North and Northeast Asia|
Co-Sponsor Member Category
There was 1 vacancy in the Co-Sponsor Member category and the following candidate was deemed elected:
Results of the election were ratified in DotAsia’s annual general meeting (AGM) which was held in Daejeon, South Korea on Feb 24, 2019.
Nomination & Election Results
|Tommy MATSUMOTO||APRALO||APNIC||Candidacy Accepted||Co-Sponsor Member|
|Dr. THAM Yiu Kwok||DotPH (.PH)||JPRS (.JP)||Candidacy Accepted||Sponsor Member|
|Atsushi ENDO||DotPH (.PH)||SGNIC (.SG)||Candidacy Accepted||Sponsor Member|
|Choon Sai LIM||SGNIC (.SG)||JPRS (.JP)||Candidacy Accepted||Sponsor Member|
|Lianna GALSTYAN||ISOC Armenia (.AM)||JPRS (.JP)||Candidacy Accepted||Sponsor Member|
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