LACNIC is managed and administrated by an honorary Board of Directors made up of seven members. This Board is in charge of the organization's political representation and is directly responsible for resource administration.
LACNIC's Board of Directors is representative of the organization's members, as Directors are elected directly by member vote.
The Board of Directors currently in office is made up by the following:
|Name||Position||Country of Residence||Term Ends|
|Oscar Messano||President||Argentina||December 2017|
|Wardner Maia||Vicepresident||Brasil||December 2016|
|Hartmut Glaser||Treasurer||Brasil||December 2015|
|Alejandro Guzmán||Deputy Treasurer||Colombia||December 2015|
|Rafael Ibarra||Secretary||El Salvador||December 2015|
|Javier Salazar||Deputy Secretary||México||December 2016|
|Oscar Robles Garay||Executive Director||Uruguay||*|
* LACNIC's Executive Director participates in the Board of Directors meetings with rights equivalent to those of a director, but without the right to vote.
Oscar A. Messano is an entrepreneur who has been actively involved in information and communication technologies for more than thirty years.
Business activities: President of Internaccional Access, a telecommunications consulting firm; Director of Tecnomedia, a multimedia company.[+] Read more
Hartmut Richard Glaser
Executive Secretary of the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee, CGI.br.
Professor Hartmut Richard Glaser is currently serving as Executive Secretary of the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee, CGI.br, a multistakeholder organization responsible for all Internet activities in Brazil that is in charge of coordinating the following activities...[+] Read more
Alejandro Guzmán Giraldo
Content Distribution Manager for Latin America at Google, Alejandro leads the area in charge of planning, negotiation and management of projects relating to the development of content distribution infrastructure in Latin America.[+] Read more
Javier Salazar was born in 1969 in Monclova, Coahuila, Mexico. He obtained his degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education in May 1990 and a Masters degree in Computer Sciences from the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon in 2006.[+] Read more
Better known as Lito, Rafael Ibarra was born in San Salvador, El Salvador, in 1957. He holds professional degrees in Electrical Engineering and Business Administration, as well as a graduate degree in New Information and Communication Technologies.[+] Read more
Wardner Maia is an Electrical Engineer specializing in Electronics and Electrotechnics, a degree he obtained from the Educational Foundation of Barretos, with graduate studies at the Federal University of Santa Catarina and a Masters degree from the Polytechnic School of the USP. He has various specializations in the area of telecommunications and, more specifically, since 1995 he has been working on telecommunications applications with a focus on Information Technologies.[+] Read more
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