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切哈德先生宣布将于 2016 年 3 月卸任 ICANN 总裁兼首席执行官一职

ICANN 董事会和切哈德先生将继续履行使命,确保运营持续性和稳定性

互联网名称与数字地址分配机构 (ICANN) 于今日宣布公司总裁兼首席执行官法迪·切哈德(Fadi Chehadé)现已通知董事会他将于 2016 年 3 月卸任,转至私营部门开启新的事业(其工作将不涉猎域名行业)。

应董事会的要求,切哈德先生还将在 2016 年 3 月之后继续与 ICANN 紧密合作,积极支持新领导人的过渡,并就董事会提出的任何问题给出建议,这包括涉及与 IANA 管理权移交、美国政府、ICANN 和技术运营社群相关的任何话题。

"我想感谢法迪给到我们的坚定承诺,"董事会主席史蒂芬·克罗格博士 (Stephen Crocker) 指出。"在法迪的持续领导下,在经验丰富的 ICANN 管理团队的努力下,我坚信,我们能够确保 ICANN 继续有效地担负重大责任,确保本组织的运转顺利。"

"我承诺将与董事会、我们的员工和社群共同合作,继续履行 ICANN 的使命,因为我们还有许多工作去做。"切哈德指出。"在我任期结束前的 10 个月内,我的工作仍将照旧。我的关注重点仍旧是继续加强 ICANN 为全球社群提供的运营和服务。"

如需下载法迪·切哈德 (Fadi Chehadé) 的高清照片,请点击此处:https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/ceo-2013-06-26-en

如需下载史蒂芬·克罗格博士 (Stephen Crocker) 的高清照片,请点击此处:https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/chair-2013-06-26-en

如需阅读法迪·切哈德 (Fadi Chehadé) 的简历,请点击此处:https://www.icann.org/profiles/fadi-chehade

如需阅读史蒂芬·克罗格博士 (Stephen Crocker) 的简历,请点击此处:https://www.icann.org/profiles/steve-crocker


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