Board Decisions

GF/B31/DP14


Approved by the Board on:
07 March 2014


Appointment of Strategy, Investment and Impact Committee Members and Launch of New Call for Nominations of Members of the Finance and Operational Performance Committee

  1. The Board acknowledges the nominations for membership of the Board’s Strategy, Investment and Impact Committee (the “SIIC”), as set forth in GF/B31/10”.
  2. Accordingly, the Board approves the appointment of the following individuals to serve as voting members of the SIIC, representing the Board constituencies listed by their name, for a term that will expire on 9 March 2016, or until the appointment of their respective successors:
    1. Aida Kurtovic, Eastern Europe and Central Asia;
    2. Vinand Nantulya, Eastern and Southern Africa;
    3. Abdalla Osman, Eastern Mediterranean Region;
    4. Mirta Roses, Latin America and the Caribbean;
    5. Asia Russell, Developed Country NGO;
    6. Helga Fogstad, Point 7;
    7. Jason Lane, UK-Australia;
    8. Julia Martin, USA;
    9. Philippe Meunier, France; and
    10. Jan Paehler, European Commission.
  3. Noting that the Chair of the Technical Review Panel and the Technical Evaluation Reference Group serve as non-voting members of the SIIC, the Board appoints the following individuals to serve as additional non-voting members of the SIIC, representing the Board constituencies listed by their name, for a term that will expire on 9 March 2016, or until the appointment of their respective successors:
    1. Lucica Ditiu, Partners; and
    2. Mbulawa Mugabe, UNAIDS.
  4. The Board decides to launch a new call for nominations for the Finance and Operational Performance Committee (the “FOPC”) with a due date for nominations by 26 March 2014. The Chair and Vice-Chair of the Board will present its recommendation of candidates to the Board for approval by 15 April 2014.
  5. The Board notes that qualified candidates that have already been nominated, but not appointed, for a Committee role will remain in consideration for FOPC membership.
  6. The Board urges constituencies to nominate additional candidates that clearly demonstrate the competencies and skills that are required to perform the responsibilities of FOPC members.

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