Bring Your Unique Expertise to InCommon Advisory Committees
By Apryl Motley - Technical Writer & Communications Lead, Internet2 Trust and Identity/NET+ Service
InCommon Advisory Committee Nominations Now Open
InCommon seeks enthusiastic volunteers to serve on its advisory committees. We invite your nominations for membership, including self-nominations. The window for nominations closes on Friday , October 21, 2022, and new terms start in January 2023. To submit a nomination, complete the Advisory Committee nomination form currently linked on our leadership website.
Serving on InCommon committees is an excellent way to contribute to the community, broaden your professional network, and hone leadership skills. Take it from your peers. InCommon Advisory Committee members do great things:
“Serving on the eduroam advisory committee offered a chance to serve my institution and the greater community, strengthen my network of peers in the industry, and enhance the value of the service.”
—Andrew Buker, Assistant Vice President, Infrastructure Services, University of of Nebraska
“The InCommon community is something special. It is inclusive and collaborative, makes hard work fun, and imparts deep knowledge of Trust and Identity. Being a member of an InCommon Advisory Committee is to be highly sought after.”
—Janemarie Duh, Identity Architect, Lafayette College
These committees are seeking new members:
- InCommon Steering Committee
- InCommon Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)
- Community Trust and Assurance Board (CTAB)
- Community Architecture Committee for Trust and Identity (CACTI)
- eduroam Advisory Committee (eAC)
For more information about these groups, refer to these descriptions or visit www.incommon.org/community/leadership.
If you have any questions about the nomination process, please contact Sue Gavazzi, InCommon Community Liaison, at email@example.com.
We hope that you will consider joining one of our advisory groups to help us make a positive impact on the community. Submit your nomination!