Description

The aim of the ALAC Subcommittee on Outreach and Engagement is to develop both an At-Large strategy on reaching out to new potential members of the At-Large community as well as to engage new and existing members. Once this strategy is developed, it will work with its members, the ALAC and RALOs to ensure the strategy is implemented successfully.

Since late 2013, a key activity for this committee is to coordinate and manage its efforts related to the Community Regional Outreach Pilot Program for At-Large, in conjunction with the ALAC Subcommittee on Finance and Budget.

 

Proposed immediate work items/objectives for remainder of 2015


Contact

Staff Support Lead: Heidi Ullrich

Mail list: alac-sc-outreach@atlarge-lists.icann.org 

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Members

The members of the ALAC Subcommittee on Outreach and Engagement, organized by regional affiliation, are:

Region

Member

Office

AFRALO

Pascal Bekono

 
AFRALOBeran Dondeh Gillen 
AFRALOMwendwa Kivuva 
AFRALODave Kissoondoyal 
AFRALO

Nkemdilim Nweke

 
APRALOAli AlMeshal 
APRALOMaureen HilyardAPRALO Co-chair; Liaison to the At-Large New Meeting Strategy WP

APRALO 

Cheryl Langdon-Orr 

 
APRALOSiranush Vardanyan 

LACRALO

Juan Manuel Rojas

 

LACRALO

Dev Anand Teelucksingh

Chair and LACRALO Co-chair

LACRALORoosevelt King 
LACRALOCarlton Samuels 
LACRALOJacqueline Morris 
NARALOGlenn McKnight 
NARALOAlfredo Calderon 
NARALOAlan Greenberg 
NARALOJohn Laprise 
AFRALO

Akin-Awokoya Emmanuel

 
AFRALODaniel Nanghaka 
AFRALOSeun Ojedeji 
APRALOAris Ignacio 
LACRALOJason Hynds 
LACRALODiego Acosta Bastidas 
LACRALOJohnny Laureano 

See previous members here


Meetings

Next Meeting: 03 August 2015

Last meeting: 15 May 2015 03

Meetings and Events


Workspaces

At-Large Outreach and Engagement Document Workspace

Community Regional Outreach Pilot Program (FY14)


Monthly Reports

Documents

Resources