InternetNZ president Keith Davidson was this week re-elected unopposed for a second term.
Elections are currently being held for vice-president and five councillor positions. Councillor Jennifer Northover and secretary David Farrar are vying for the vice-president position vacated by Rick Shera.
Seven candidates, including Northover, are standing for five general council positions. Of the seven, five are sitting councillors. They are joined by Karaitiana Taiuru, founder and manager of an IT consultancy, and David Harris, developer of Pegasus Mail.
The councillors standing again are Jonathan Ah Kit, Roger De Salis, Northover, Simon Riley and Drew Whittle.
If elected, Farrar would step down as secretary and nominations for secretary would be invited.
Applicant biographies are posted on the InternetNZ website. Voting is open to InternetNZ members, using a single transferable vote-type system where candidates are ranked according to preference. Voting will close during the AGM on June 18, when the successful candidates will be announced.
Davidson has served on the InternetNZ council since 1998, and was elected president two years ago. Officers are limited to two consecutive terms in any position.