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  • ONF Board Election for At-Large Seat 2022

The ONF bylaws provide for an elected seat to be filled by a representative from an ONF Member company.



Current Member Holding This Position

ONF at-large board memberOne Year, with elections in Q4George Tchaparian , Edge-Core Networks (term ends Dec '21)

The vote to fill this position is held annually.  The election process has these main steps:

Defining the Voting Community - and Cleanup of Primary Representative List

The voting community is composed of the primary contacts from all ONF members classified as Partners or Members.  The list of Primary Representatives from each Member Company is maintained by the ONF.  Member companies should review their representative periodically, and should notify the ONF if they wish to update their primary representative(s) before voting begins.

Background - Each member company has a designated Primary Representative.  This role is used for administrative tasks like reviewing IPR protected documents, bylaw changes, annual renewals, and voting for the board at-large seat.  In cases where multiple representatives are listed for a member company, one of the representatives is identified as the primary.  All member companies are encouraged to review this list and adjust their representatives as they see fit.


Nominations can be made by any individual from any member company.   Nominees must be employed by a member company not already represented on the board.   Please submit nominations to Jo Marcus

In the event that there is only a single nomination for the position, there will not be a vote.


Each company has a single vote.  The voting URL will be sent to the primary representative from each company.  The voting URL may only be used once.

Every company should review their list of primary representatives and notify the ONF if they wish to provide updates before voting begins.

Runoff Vote

A majority is required to win the election (someone must receive > 50% of cast ballots).  If no nominee has a majority of the vote, a runoff election will be held between the top two candidates.

2021 Timeline

October 11, 2021

ONF builds a preliminary voting community list based on identified Primary Representatives from each member company

October 18

Open nominations

Notify membership of upcoming vote so companies have an opportunity to confirm and adjust their registered Primary Representative

October 24- 29

Periodic reminders to update Primary Representative

October 29

Close nominations

Close opportunity for companies up update their Primary Representative

November 1

Get out the vote - ballot sent to Primary Representative from each member company

November 12

First round of voting ends. If no nominee has a majority of the vote, a runoff election will be held with the top two candidates

November 15-19

Runoff Election open for voting

November 22, 2021

Board Member announced for 2022 term, and invited to Dec'21 board meeting to observe and to all 2022 meetings

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