INQAAHE announced its 2023 round of Board Directors election as per its Constitution in early February, 2023. From February 6 to March 5 nominations from around the globe were submitted forming a strong pool of candidates, eligible for election. The election was closed on March 20 with 47% participation rate. Here are the elected candidates, sorted by the number of votes received, who will become INQAAHE Board Directors for a three-year term (2023-2026).
INQAAHE Board of Directors has also four open co-opted positions. Nominations (specially from Africa, Arab States and Latin America and the Caribbean, to be in line with the Network’s principle of geographical coverage) were received at the Secretariat until April 14, 2023. The voting was done though an internal voting among the current Board members, with 80% participation rate.
Below are the elected INQAAHE Board co-opted directors:
Mary Catharine Lennon
Postsecondary Education Quality Assessment Board (PEQAB)
Ariana de Vincenzi
Council of Rectors of Private Universities (CRUP)
Nasser al Hinai
Sultanate of Oman Authority for Academic Accreditation and Quality Assurance of Education (OAAAQA)
National Council for Higher Education (NCHE)