Template:Wikimedia Foundation elections/2021/Trustee Evaluation Form

Evaluation form

Template parameters

This template prefers block formatting of parameters.

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
Wikimedia experienceWikimedia experience

This includes contributions to: Wikimedia projects Wikimedia organizations or affiliates Wikimedia movement organizer Wikimedia movement ally organization

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Board experienceBoard experience

Serving on a board of trustees/directors (or a similar governing body) of a nationally- or globally-focused organization

Stringrequired
Executive experienceExecutive experience

This includes working at an executive level for an organization of comparable (or greater) size, complexity, and scope to the Wikimedia Foundation.

Stringrequired
Subject-matter expertiseSubject-matter expertise

This includes contributing in areas relevant to the Wikimedia Foundation and the Board. Areas may include: global movement building and community organization enterprise-level platform technology and/or product development, public policy and the law, knowledge sector (e.g., academia/GLAM/education), human rights and social justice, open Internet/free and open source software, organizational strategy and management, finance and \n financial oversight, non-profit fundraising, human resources, board governance

Stringrequired
BackgroundBackground

Do you belong to a group that has faced historical discrimination and underrepresentation? For example: gender, race, ethnicity, disability, LGBTQ+ identity, social class, economic status, or caste.

Default
Yes/No
Stringrequired
GeographieGeography

Based on the geographic regions where you have lived, will this contribute to the geographic diversity?

Default
Yes/no
Stringrequired
LanguageLanguage

Are you a native speaker of a language other than English?

Default
Yes/No
Stringrequired
Political system experiencePolitical system experience

Do you have experience living in and/or working to share knowledge in a non-democratic, state-censoring, or repressive context?

Default
Yes/No
Stringrequired


Trustee Evaluation Form
Years of Experience
<1 1–2 2–5 5–10 10+

Wikimedia experience. The candidate is a dedicated contributor to the Wikimedia movement. Eligible contributions include: contributions to the Wikimedia projects, membership in a Wikimedia organization or affiliate, activities as a Wikimedia movement organizer, or participation with a Wikimedia movement ally organization.

Board experience. The candidate has served on the board of trustees/directors or other similar governing body of a nationally- or globally-focused organization (non-profit, for-profit, or governmental).

Executive experience. The candidate has worked at an executive level for an organization, department, or project of comparable (or greater) size, complexity, and scope to the Wikimedia Foundation.

Subject matter expertise. The candidate has worked or significantly volunteered in an area relevant to the work of the Foundation and the Board. Such areas will be determined on an annual basis and may include areas such as Global movement building and community organization, enterprise-level platform technology and/or product development, public policy and the law, knowledge sector (e.g., academia/GLAM/education), human rights and social justice, open Internet/free and open source software, organizational strategy and management, finance and financial oversight, non-profit fundraising, human resources, board governance.

Diversity: Background The candidate belongs or belonged to a group that has faced historical discrimination and underrepresentation in structures of power (related to, for example, gender, race, ethnicity, disability, LGBTQ+ identity, social class, economic status, or caste).

Diversity: Geography The candidate would contribute to the overall geographic diversity of the Board of Trustees, based on the geographic regions where they have lived.

Diversity: Language The candidate is a native speaker of a language other than English.

Diversity: Political system experience The candidate has substantial experience living in and/or working to share knowledge in a non-democratic, state-censoring, or repressive context.