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The Board of Directors is the governing body of Miraheze Limited. Currently, it mains full financial, decision and goal making authority for the company.

Structure[edit | edit source]

The Board has a current limit of 9 potential directors. Seats are distributed in the following way:

  • 5 appointed seats which are appointments made by the existing Board to people whom they decide add value to the organisation and direction of the company. These seats traditionally will go to people unconnected to the project and act as external seats.
  • 3 community seats which are appointments made after nominations from the Miraheze community. See Community Directors for more information.
  • 1 technical seat which is an appointment made after nomination from the Technical Team.

The proportion and the maximum number of seats can be changed by a simple resolution of the Board and is likely to change in the future to increase community seats to reflect the community-centric focus of the company.

Current Directors[edit | edit source]

Name Seat Role(s) Term Start Term End
Alexander Zimmerman Appointed 20 November 2019 01 December 2021
Ferran Tufan Technical Chair 20 November 2019 01 December 2021
Owen Reece Baines Appointed Secretary, Treasurer 20 November 2019 01 December 2021
Rob Lanphier Appointed 01 January 2020 31 December 2021

Contacting the Board[edit | edit source]

Board members regularly check the wiki and associated services ran by Miraheze, public contact can be made through any number of means however the preferred method would be this page's talk page. Community members can contact either a community-seat holding Director in private or the Secretary for more sensitive matters if public venues are not appropriate.

Director Eligibility[edit | edit source]

Anyone considering becoming a director must be;

  • a natural person;
  • at least 16 years old;
  • not be disqualified to act as a director;
  • not appear on the insolvency register in England and Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland;
  • be willing to sign a non-disclosure agreement; and
  • be willing to have your full legal name, nationality, occupation and month/year of birth publicly accessible.

See Also[edit | edit source]