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Thank You to Steve Crocker for his service to the ICANN Board


Resolution of the ICANN Board
Meeting Date: 
Thu, 2 Nov 2017
Resolution Number: 
2017.11.02.39
Resolution Text: 

Whereas, Steve Crocker was appointed by the Security and Stability Advisory Committee to serve as a liaison to the ICANN Board in 2003.

Whereas, Steve Crocker concluded his term as SSAC liaison to the ICANN Board in November 2008, and was appointed by the Nominating Committee on 7 November 2008 to serve as a member of the ICANN Board.

Whereas, Steve Crocker was elected to serve as Vice-Chair of the ICANN Board on 10 December 2010.

Whereas, Steve Crocker was elected to serve as Chair of the ICANN Board on 28 October 2011.

Whereas, Steve Crocker concluded his role as Chair and his term on the ICANN Board on 2 November 2017.

Whereas, Steve served as a member of the following Committees:

Audit Committee
Compensation Committee
Executive Committee – Chair
Finance Committee
Governance Committee
IANA Committee
New gTLD Program Committee
Risk Committee
Board Working Group on Registration Data Directory Services
Resolved (2017.11.02.39), Steve Crocker has earned the deep appreciation of the Board for his term of service, and the Board wishes him well in his future endeavors within the ICANN community and beyond.