Nominee profile for the UICC Board of Directors 2018 - 2020

Please complete before 20 June 2018

Please provide us with your profile information. Your profile information will be used to present your candidature to the UICC members. Your profile will also be used in the voting material for the General Assembly where the voting will take place on 2 October 2018 in Kuala Lumpur.

Your details

Why vote for you?

In responding to the following questions, we suggest that you address the following in your responses:

  • What skills and international experience can you bring to the UICC Board of Directors
  • In which of UICC's priority areas can you be involved to make a difference
  • If applicable, please describe your contribution to UICC to date
Maximum 1500 characters (approx. 250 words)
Maximum 1500 characters (approx. 250 words)


Please provide us with an image that you wish to accompany your profile.

It must be:

  • An image showing you from shoulders and above.
  • In either of the following formats .jpg or .png
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png.

Contact information

For administrative purposes, please provide us with a contact email address and phone number.

Please note that the contact information will remain confidential and will not be published. It will solely be used by the UICC team in Geneva to communicate with you and not shared with any third parties. For more information, our privacy policy can be found here.

Please include country code and area code. No spaces necessary

Acceptance of use of data and our privacy policy

Please note that the information you provide in this form (with the exception of the contact information) will be published on a public web page and/or digital booklet. For more information, please consult our privacy policy.

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