Public Interest Registry, the nonprofit operator of the .org domain, today opened the call for nominations to identify seven new members to serve on the .org Advisory Council.
Today through June 5, 2015, individuals may submit nominations – including self-nominations – detailing the applicant’s experience in leading a noncommercial organization, commitment to promoting the noncommercial use of the Internet and desire to ensure .org remains the domain of choice for any person, corporation or organisation to share their causes, passions and ideas.
Brian Cute, CEO of Public Interest Registry is quoted as saying:
“Since its inception in 2008, the .org Advisory Council has been instrumental to the success of the .org domain, which has experienced year over year growth and now boasts more than 10.5 million registrants worldwide, as the internet continues to expand, we invite leaders in the noncommercial sector to join the .org Advisory Council and help .org continue to be the online home for those who serve the public interest.”
Public Interest Registry will select leaders representing small, medium and large organizations across many regions of the world including Asia, Africa, Europe and North America. Within this role, the selected members will communicate with .org registrants through surveys and open forums, participate in education opportunities, promote .org within the international community and issue an Annual Report, “The Dashboard,” outlining all activities and achievements throughout the year. Members will begin their service in July 2015 and serve through 2018.
To nominate yourself or an individual, please visit http://pir.org/call-for-nominations-to-the-org-advisory-council/. For more information about Public Interest Registry, please visit www.pir.org.