The Internet Society’s Strategic Operating Plan calls for Regional Policy Advisory Groups (RPAGs) to play a key role in advancing ISOC’s public policy activities at a regional and global level, providing advice for forming and implementing policy programs and activities, identifying and engaging with influential thinkers and public policy makers, and promoting and pursuing our policy goals.
The RPAGs are voluntary and advisory in nature, comprising a small number of experienced policy experts selected by ISOC from within each region. The members are appointed for one-year terms and provided with support for conference calls and meetings as needed. RPAG members may be asked to represent ISOC’s interests vis-à-vis policy makers and influencers, and to assist Chapter and Bureau activities. The RPAGs are managed by ISOC's Director of Public Policy.
Call for Expressions of Interest: RPAG for Latin America and the Caribbean
The Internet Society (ISOC) is currently seeking nominations for its Regional Policy Advisory Group for Latin America and the Caribbean (RPAG LAC).
The RPAG LAC will also have a role in supporting the Internet Society’s Latin American and Caribbean Regional Bureau.
Those interested in the Regional Policy Advisory Group for Latin America and the Caribbean should be recognized policy leaders and be committed to, and comfortable articulating, the principles, values, and vision of the Internet Society.
If you would like to be considered, or would like to nominate someone else, please respond to the e-mail address below with CV and cover note: firstname.lastname@example.org