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Young ICCA Co-chair Candidates Announced

As Camilla Gambarini steps down from her role as Young ICCA Co-chair after a two year term, the search for a replacement has begun. We have two excellent candidates, Philip Kim and Matthew Morantz, who stand ready to take over from Camilla, and we now invite our Young ICCA Members to select the next Young ICCA Co-chair.

The two candidates are both well-equipped to fill the role of Young ICCA Co-chair. The candidate who receives the most votes in the elections will replace Camilla and serve a two year term as one of the three Young ICCA co-chairs. To aid you in selecting the next Young ICCA Co-chair, we include a profile for each of the candidates below.

All current Young ICCA Members will receive a voting email on Monday 11 May and will be able to cast their vote until midnight (CEST) on 31 May 2020.

      
Philip Kim

Age: 33

Hometown: London, United Kingdom

Current City: Seoul, Republic of Korea

Current Employer: Herbert Smith Freehills

Read Philip's full profile here.

    
Matthew Morantz


Age: 33

Hometown: Ottawa, Canada

Current City: New York, United States

Current Employer: Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP

Read Matthew's full profile here.

Voting process
All current Young ICCA Members will receive a voting email. Click on the name of the candidate that you wish to vote for and your vote will be submitted immediately. You will be able to cast your vote from 11 May 2020 until midnight (CEST) on 31 May 2020. If you are a Young ICCA Member and you do not receive a voting email, we kindly ask you to check that the invitation email has not gone to your junk mail. If you are still unable to locate your invitation to vote, please contact the Young ICCA Bureau (info@youngicca.org).

Please note: Only current Young ICCA Members are eligible to vote (i.e. you will not be eligible to vote if you have a pending Young ICCA membership application) and each member may only vote once. Once your vote is submitted it cannot be changed or revoked.