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Alick Wilson is the Councillor at The New Zealand Open Source Society.
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Alick Wilson is an independent management and ICT consultant. He was a councillor for [[ICANN]]'s [[GNSO]] from 2003-2005.<ref>[http://nz.linkedin.com/in/alickwilson LinkedIn]</ref>
 
 
== Career History ==
 
* He is the Councillor at The New Zealand Open Source Society 
 
* He is the Director at Braithwaite Limited
 
* He was the Director at Xendra Limited
 
* He was a partner in Business Incubator Programme at Creative HQ
 
* He was an Advisory Board Member at Sisu Limited
 
  
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Earlier in his career, Mr. Wilson founded Azimuth Consulting Limited, which expanded to Australia and Asia and became New Zealand's largest independent IT consulting company.<ref>[http://www.icann.org/en/committees/nom-comm/nominee-biographies-16jun03.htm ICANN.org]</ref>
  
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==References==
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Email: alick [dot] wilson [at] braithwaite.co.nz
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Alick Wilson is an independent management and ICT consultant. He was a councillor for ICANN's GNSO from 2003-2005.[1]

Earlier in his career, Mr. Wilson founded Azimuth Consulting Limited, which expanded to Australia and Asia and became New Zealand's largest independent IT consulting company.[2]

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