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会议策略工作组 (MSWG) 的构成


2013 年 3 月 20 日 — 会议策略工作组 (MSWG) 的选拔负责人宣布了工作组的构成。在选拨 MSWG 成员时考虑了诸多因素,包括对 ICANN 工作内容的了解、达成共识的能力和分析技巧,还综合考虑了地理、性别、一致性和社群因素。

代表某支持组织 (SO) 或咨询委员会 (AC) 的志愿 工作组成员
候选人 性别 国家 / 地区 区域 SO/AC
Donna Austin 澳大利亚 亚太 GNSO
SatishBabu 印度 亚太 ALAC
Tijani Ben Jemaa 突尼斯 非洲 ALAC
Michelle Chaplow 英国 欧洲 GNSO
Keith Davidson 新西兰 亚太 ccNSO
Eduardo Diaz Rivera 波多黎各 北美 ALAC
Paul Diaz 美国 北美 GNSO
Tracy F. Hackshaw 特立尼达和多巴哥 拉丁美洲和加勒比岛屿 GAC
Sylvia HerleinLeite 巴西 拉丁美洲和加勒比岛屿 ALAC
Sandra Hoferichter 德国 欧洲 ALAC
PonceletIleleji 冈比亚 非洲 GNSO
Dmitry Kohmanuyk 乌克兰 欧洲 ASO
Suzanne Murray Radell 美国 北美 GAC
Ana Cristina Ferreira Amoroso das Neves 葡萄牙 欧洲 GAC
Douglas Onyango 乌干达 非洲 ASO
Margarita Valdés Cortés 智利 拉丁美洲和加勒比岛屿 ccNSO

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