ICANN Resolutions » Root Zone Evolution Review Committee (RZERC) Liaison Appointment
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Board thanks Suzanne Woolf for her service on the RZERC and appoints Kaveh Ranjbar to the ICANN Board position on the RZERC
Whereas, in line with the recommendations of the CWG-Stewardship post-IANA transition, ICANN established the Root Zone Evolution Review Committee (RZERC) to review issues relating to the architecture and operational systems for the DNS Root Zone as it evolves, and providing recommendations to the ICANN Board to ensure the security, stability, and resiliency of the root zone.
Whereas appointees to the RZERC must have a strong overall understanding of the Root Zone, and must be able to fully represent their appointing organization's particular interest in the root zone.
Whereas the RZERC is required to include 9 committee members from specific organizations, including one ICANN Board member.
Whereas the ICANN Board appointed Suzanne Woolf to the RZERC on an interim basis as the ICANN Board member for the Inaugural Composition of the RZERC finalized on 12 August 2016.
Whereas Suzanne Woolf concluded her term on the ICANN Board on 8 November 2016.
Resolved (2016.12.13.03), the ICANN Board thanks Suzanne Woolf for her service on the RZERC.
Resolved (2016.12.13.04), the ICANN Board appoints Kaveh Ranjbar to the ICANN Board position on the RZERC.