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2018 Election for USENIX Board of Directors

Election Results

The results of the 2018 Election for USENIX Board of Directors are available here.

Nominating Committee Report

Every two years, according to our Bylaws, the USENIX Association holds elections for all eight members of its Board of Directors. The board consists of four officers: President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer, and four at-large members. Also, according to our Bylaws, the board appoints a nominating committee whose job it is to ensure that we have a strong slate of candidates to run for election. In addition to the nominating committee, any five Association members may together nominate additional candidates to run for any position.

Nominations from the membership are open until January 2, 2018. To nominate an individual, send a written statement of nomination signed by at least five members in good standing, or five separately signed nominations for the same person, to the Executive Director at the Association offices, to be received by noon PST, January 2, 2018. Please prepare a plain-text Candidate's Statement and send both the statement and a photograph (minimum size 1800 pixels by 1200 pixels) to production@usenix.org, to be included in the ballots. Questions? Contact execdir@usenix.org.

The USENIX Nominating Committee is pleased to nominate the following individuals for the 2018 Board of Directors election:

  • PRESIDENT: Carolyn Rowland, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  • VICE PRESIDENT: Hakim Weatherspoon, Cornell University
  • SECRETARY: Michael Bailey, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
  • TREASURER: Kurt Opsahl, Electronic Frontier Foundation
  • AT LARGE:
    • Cat Allman, Google
    • Kurt Andersen, LinkedIn
    • Angela Demke Brown, University of Toronto
    • Amy Rich, Nuna Inc.
    • Andrew Seely, SAIC
    • Salim Virji, Google

View the Candidates' Statements (PDF)

We are excited to present this slate of enthusiastic, talented individuals who are interested in serving the USENIX Association.

Daniel V. Klein, Niels Provos, and Margo Seltzer
2018 USENIX Board Nominating Committee

See the original Call for Nominees.