Internet Architecture Board


IAB Appoints John Levine to 2015 ICANN Nominating Committee

The IAB has selected John Levine to serve on the 2015 ICANN NOMCOM. He is co-author of nine RFCs, and he brings a wealth of experience in both the IETF and ICANN.  He is the past chair of the IRTF’s AntiSpam Research Group, and he has more recently delved into issues relating to zone cuts.  At ICANN he is an active participant in the At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC), and he has participated as an expert on the RSTEP committee.  The IAB wishes John every success in this important role, and encourages the whole community to share their views with John about the various ICANN leadership positions that he will have a part in selecting.

The IAB thanks everyone who put their name forward as a candidate for this position, as well as Russ Mundy for his service in this role over the last year.

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