Board of Directors
The W3C Board of Directors —first seated in September 2022— is the governing body of the World Wide Web Consortium public-interest non-profit organization. The Directors have ultimate authority on W3C's strategic direction, have a legal obligation to ensure that W3C implements its mission to lead the Web to its full potential, and have fiduciary responsibility over W3C as a whole.
- David Singer, Chair (M)
- Robin Berjon (M)
- Gonzalo Camarillo (B)
- Dominique Hazaël-Massieux (P)
- Chunming Hu (P)
- Koichi Moriyama (M)
- Jun Murai (P)
- Mark Nottingham (M)
- Eric Siow (M)
- Léonie Watson (M)
- Hongru (Judy) Zhu (M)
Non-voting Board meeting participants include:
- Tim Berners-Lee, as the Founder Director
- Advisory Board liaisons, currently Heejin Chung and Florian Rivoal
The W3C Inc bylaws define three classes of Directors:
- Member-elected (M): All Member-elected Directors were elected by the W3C Membership in September 2022 to two-year terms.
- Partner-selected (P): These Director were elected by their respective Hosts/Partners to one-year terms during the term of their electing Partner's Partnership.
- Board-elected (B): The Board may elect up to two additional Directors for two-year terms. Director Camarillo was elected in November 2022.
- Interim President: Ralph Swick
- Treasurer: Bill Judge
- Secretary: Mark Nottingham
- Cert of Incorporation
- Board operations (member-only)
- David Singer