auDA Board Elections

auDA Image courtesy of auDA websiteIt’s that time of again. Election of Directors to the Board of auDA to replace those retiring by rotation.

Four spots in total – two in Supply Class; and two in Demand Class.

This will happen at the Annual General Meeting.

Date: Monday 30 November 2015
Time: 4.30pm
Venue: Trilogy Room, Park Hyatt, 1 Parliament Square off Parliament Place, Melbourne

If you’re an auDA member in one or both classes, you’re about to emailed by all the candidates!

Should you not be planning on attending meeting (Christmas party is on the same day at the same venue!), then you can vote by proxy.

More details here.

Candidates Standing for Election

The vacancies which will become available are:

  • two (2) Directors elected only by the Supply Class members;
  • two (2) Directors elected only by the Demand Class members.

Retiring Directors may re-contest these vacancies.

Candidate  Class  Proposed by  Seconded by 
Gavin Collins Supply Web Address Registration Pty Ltd Markwell Pty Ltd
James Deck Supply Butterfly Internet Pty Ltd Swim Communications Pty Ltd
George Pongas Supply AusRegistry Pty Ltd 1300 Web Pro
Kartic Srinivasan Supply Netfleet Melbourne IT Ltd
Paul Levins Demand Paul Levins Joshua Rowe
Holly Raiche Demand ACCAN Kevin Karp
Joshua Rowe Demand George Fong Chris Chaundy
Grant Wiltshire Demand Simon Keddy Naomi Benjamin
Miguel Wood Demand Kimberley Lowton Derek Whitehead

Candidate statements are available here.

What does everyone think? Any opinions as to candidates?

3 thoughts on “auDA Board Elections

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    November 3, 2015 at 2:08 pm
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    Spare us yet another two years of Josh Rowe. auDA needs new blood. Not a director going for his 8th term.

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    November 3, 2015 at 5:47 pm
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    auDA should not permit people to have more than three terms as a director.

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    November 5, 2015 at 7:25 pm
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    Levins and Raiche don’t have time to provide a 100 words about themselves yet expect to get voted in?

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