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The Institute welcomes the nomination (including self-nomination) of prospective Board Members who are committed to the mission of the NG911 Institute and are prepared to dedicate themselves in the service of our organization. We invite persons who are members of the Institute and qualify for one of the positions to consider running for a Board position. If you are interested in nominating someone or yourself, please fill out the Form as instructed below.

Become a Member or Renew you Membership

There is no limit to the number of nominations you can submit. You do not need to be a member of the Institute to submit a nomination, but you must be a current member of the Institute to be a nominee, vote in the election, and serve on the Board.


  1. If you are submitting a self-nomination, please renew your membership or become a member. Membership is free and easy - Sign-up Here
  2. Fill out the Nomination form and Affidavit of Candidacy as best you can. Both forms must be completed and received no later than 11:59 PM (EDT) September 11, 2020.
  3. Direct any questions to
Open Seats for the 2020-2022 Term:

(3) Consumer Telco (General)

(2) Member at Large (General)

Membership Category Descriptions

Member At Large (General)

Any current member of the NG911 Institute. However, if you are employed by a consumer telco, you are strongly encouraged to run for a position in the category with which you are affiliated.

Consumer Telco
A provider of retail telecommunications service (regardless of size or technology).

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* Please indicate which Category your are submitting a Nomination for:

These position descriptions are meant to be informative and instructive so that a candidate may apply for the most appropriate position for his/her qualifications. However, if there are questions regarding the appropriate classification of a candidate, the Board of Directors, and by designation its Election Committee, retain the exclusive right to resolve any such question, and this decision is final and non-appealable.