Take a look at what a16z is doing with some of their governance tokens. They are selecting multiple independent third parties and delegating voting power to them.
delegation helps to increase near-term engagement by giving more participants a say in the process
Delegation provides a way to elevate community members who demonstrate early leadership in governance. These tend to be active users who understand the protocol and want it to grow, but otherwise lack sufficient tokens to participate meaningfully.
Delegation provides a tool to incorporate new perspectives into a protocol’s ecosystem for the first time. These are often individuals or groups who are interested in crypto, and who bring valuable and unique skill sets, but have not yet had a chance to get involved. Since delegation requires little or no upfront cost on their part, it provides the all-important foot-in-the-door, which is typically all they need to start contributing.
Delegates include Non-profit Organizations, Startups, University Organizations, and Crypto Community Leaders.
They are provided a de minimis stipend to ensure their gas costs are covered.
MakerDAO currently has a high concentration of voting power which a program like this could help mitigate and a Protocol Treasury of 84,000 tokens which, since they are owned by the protocol, are not used to govern.