Initially, I was aware that being nominated to the Executive Council Member election for APNIC would be a challenge for anyone in the Pacific Region, mainly due to proportion and members within our Pacific Region. Having being nominated, I'm humbled to at least give it a try.
I seek your support and vote for the Executive Council Member of APNIC, if voted in, quite humbly I will be your voice for Oceania within the Council. It is in my view that having a member within the Pacific Region will be advantageous to all of us.
I understand the voting process is a simple matter for those of you who are members of APNIC, using your access to your myapnic and just follow the voting tab.
For more details and information on APNIC EC Election Nominees, please refer to https://conference.apnic.net/47/elections/nominations/
I thank you in advance for your support.
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