|Organization:||Mind Extension Inc.|
Dr. Kenny Huang is the leading figure of the Internet communities in Asia. Since the early years of Taiwan's Internet development, he contributed a great deal to build up a better Internet environment in Taiwan. Because of his tremendous knowledge and experience, he has been invited to take up leading roles in many Internet technology and policy organizations, including APNIC Executive Council member, APNIC Policy SIG Chair, NRO Number Council member, PIR Board member (.org), TWNIC Board member, TWNIC International Affair Committee Chair, Advisor of .taipei Registry, dot Asia Advisory Council, ICANN New gTLD Review Committee, APAN TW founder, ISOC Taipei founder, TWIA advisor.
Dr. Huang's contributions have been acknowledged especially in the development of Internet technology. Dr. Kenny Huang is the co-author of IETF RFC3743; co-chair of CGP (LGR for the Root zone); Co-Chair of JET; Advisor of CDNC. Dr. Huang is working closely with government agencies in developing technology policies. He is Taiwan e-Government Committee member, Taiwan Government & IT Transform Committee member, MOTC (Ministry of Transportation and Communications) project leader and advisor on IPv6 policy and broadband policy; He is also the .taipei registry advisor for Taipei Government.
|Motivation for nomination:|
Dr. Kenny Huang has made a great contribution in the area of address policy development. As he has been in the positions of Policy SIG Chair, ASO Address Council and APNIC Executive Council for years, his talent and dedication is invaluable asset to the community. Dr. Huang's working attitude and professionalism are highly appreciated by experts who have worked with him. I am confident that he will continue to bring significant value to the APNIC community as a member of the Executive Council.
I feel honored to be nominated for APNIC EC election. I’ve been working with APNIC community since the beginning. I was APNIC Policy SIG chair. Twenty five APNIC policies were approved and implemented during my tenure as Policy SIG chair. I was ASO Address Council member from Asia Pacific region since 2001. Three global address policies were successfully implemented during my tenure as the Address Council member. I am enthusiastic about helping the advancement of internet technology. I am the co-author of IETF RFC3743 – IDN administration guideline, which is recognized as a critical element in the global IDN framework.
The Internet is a rapid changing environment. There are challenges in front of APNIC community: IANA stewardship transition, Internet Governance, IPv6 adoption, RPKI implementation, Infrastructure stability. I'm certain that we share the hope that we can turn challenges into opportunities. Thing doesn't happen in short term, it happens only because everyone gets involved. As I accept the responsibility, I already commit myself to serve the community. Let's work together starting out in the right direction.