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Multistakeholder Advisory Group renewed

Colleagues, the Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) of the IGF for 2015 has been renewed. The group is made up of 55 members, 25 of whom are new. The members are from all stakeholder groups and regions, representing governments, civil society, the private sector and technical community.

A special thanks to all those who participated in the Diplo community IGF MAG nominee endorsement process.

The 2015 MAG members are:

• Ms. Alexander, Fiona
   Washington D.C, USA - Associate Administrator for International Affairs, National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), U.S. Department of Commerce

• Ms. Ali Husain Castilho, Angelic Caroline
   Paramaribo, Suriname – Diplomat, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Suriname

• Mr. Amessinou, Kossi
   Cotonou, Benin – Ingénieur Tic, Ministère du Développement, de l’Analyse Economique et de la Prospective

• Ms. Andersdotter, Amelia
   Örsundsbro, Sweden – Member, Pirate Party

• Mr. Bhatia, Virat 
   New Delhi, India - Chairman, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) Communication and Digital Economy Committee 

Ms. Bidart, Silvia
   Buenos Aires, Argentina - Director General, Federation of ICT Ibero-Latin American Industry National Associations

• Ms. Bommelaer, Constance
   Geneva, Switzerland- Senior Director of Global Policy Partnerships, Internet Society (ISOC)

• Mr. Boukadoum, Mourad
   Geneva, Switzerland – Counselor, Permanent Mission of Algeria

 • Ms. Byun, Soonjoung
   Seoul, Republic of Korea – General Researcher, Korea Internet & Security Agency

• Ms. Caballero, María Victoria Romero 
   Geneva, Switzerland – First Secretary, Permanent Mission of Mexico

• Ms. Cade, Marilyn
   Falls Church, USA – CEO, Strategies mCADE llc

• Ms. Cambronero, Fatima
   Argentina - Lawyer and specialized at law and technology, AGEIA DENSI Argentina (Study Group & Academic Research Association in Law, Economy and Business at Information Society)

• Mr. Carvell, Mark
   London, United Kingdom - Head, Global Internet Governance Policy, Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), United Kingdom Government 

 • Ms. Chalmers, Susan 
   Wellington, New Zealand - Internet Policy Consultant, Chalmers & Associates

• Ms. Chaturvedi, Subi 
   New Delhi, India - Assistant Professor/Hon. Managing Trustee, Lady Shri Ram College For Women, Delhi University/Media For Change

• Mr. Chen, Hongbing
   China - Counsellor, Permanent Mission of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations Office at Geneva, Switzerland

Mr. Dada, John
   Kafanchan, Nigeria – CEO, Fantsuam Foundation

• Ms. Das, Ankhi 
   New Delhi, India - Head of Public Policy, Facebook India 

• Mr. Dengate Thrush, Peter
   Wellington, New Zealand – Counsel, Barrister

• Ms. Doria, Avri
   Providence, USA – Independent Researcher, DBA Technicalities

• Ms. Elanskaya, Yulia   
   Moscow, Russian Federation - Deputy Director of International Cooperation Department, Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communication 

• Mr. Elgamal, Hossam 
   Cairo, Egypt - Board Member, AfICTA – Africa ICT Alliance

 Mr. Esmat, Baher 
   Cairo, Egypt – Manager, Regional Relations Middle East, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)

• Mr. Fashedemi, Temitope  
   Abuja, Nigeria – Director e-Government, Federal Ministry of Communication Technology

• Mr. Fernández González, Juan Alfonso 
   Havana, Cuba – Advisor, Ministry of Communications

• Mr. Gjorgjinski, Ljupco Jivan  
   Skopje, Macedonia – Assistant Director, Cabinet of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia

• Ms. Ho, Bianca Caroline
   Hong Kong, China - NetMission Ambassador, NetMission.Asia

• Ms. Jere, Towela
   Johannesburg, South Africa - Programmes Manager, NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency

• Ms. Kaspar, Lea
   Zagreb, Croatia – Programme Lead, Global Partners Digital

• Ms. Kee, Jac sm
   Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Women's Rights Programme Manager, Association for Progressive Communications

• Mr. Kenyanito, Ephraim Percy
   Eldoret, Kenya – Policy Fellow, Access

• Ms. Laksmi, Shita
   Jakarta, Indonesia – Programme Manager, HIVOS Regional Office Southeast Asia

Ms. Lazanski, Dominique
   London, United Kingdom – Public Policy Director, GSM Association

• Mr. Lee, Xiaodong
   Beijing, China – Chief Executive Officer, China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC)

• Ms. Mahmutovic, Aida 
    Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina – Programme Manager, Oneworld - Platform for Southeast Europe (OWPSEE) Foundation

• Mr. Markovic, Slobodan
   Belgrade, Serbia - Advisor for ICT Policy and Internet Community Relations, Serbian National Internet Domain Registry

• Mr. Mazzone, Giacomo
   Geneva, Switzerland - Head of Institutional Relations, European Broadcasting Union

• Ms. Miller, Cheryl Ann 
   Washington, USA – Director of International Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Verizon

Mr. Moisander, Juuso
   Sipoo, Finland - Commercial Secretary, Information Society and ICT, Ministry for Foreign Affairs

 Mr. Nelson, Michael
   Washington DC, USA - Information Technology Trends and Internet Policy Consultant

• Ms. Neves, Ana
   Lisbon, Portugal - Director of the Department of Information Society, “Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, I.P.”, Ministry of Education and Science

 • Ms. Okutani, Izumi
   Tokyo, Japan – Policy Liaison, Japan Network Information Center (JPNIC)

• Mr. Olugbile, Segun 
   Abuja, Nigeria – CEO, Continental Project Affairs Associates

• Mr. Ostrowski, Igor
   Warsaw, Poland – Chairman, Polish Digitization Council

• Ms. Paque, Virginia
   Maracay, Venezuela – Director Internet Governance Programmes, DiploFoundation

 • Mr. Ryan, Patrick
   Mountrain View, USA - Policy Counsel, Open Internet, Google Inc

• Ms. Sakalova, Marianne
   Minsk, Belarus – Consultant on Internet related Policies, Legal Transformations Center

• Mrs. Seerattan, Ingrid
   Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago – Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Science and Technology

• Mr. Shlegel, Robert 
   Moscow, Russian Federation – Deputy, Member of the Parliament, State Duma of the Russian Federation

• Mr. Soboutipour, Shahram 
   Tehran, Iran - Senior Advisor on International Affairs, Tehran ICT Guide Organization (TIG)

• Ms. St. Amour, Lynn
   Boston, USA – CEO, Internet Matters 

• Mr. Valdez, German
   Brisbane, Australia – Executive Secretary, Number Resource Organisation

• Mr. Wagner, Flávio 
   Porto Alegre, Brazil – Board Member, Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br) 

 • Mr. Yao, Noel
   Abidjan, Ivory Coast - Special Advisor of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire, Chief of Communication Staff

 • Ms. Zachariah, Desiree
   Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda - Country Based Specialist, Antigua and Barbuda, Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS)

The full list is at http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/component/content/article?id=2102:ma..., while the press release is at http://www.un.org/press/en/2014/pi2104.doc.htm

 

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