Koubaa - Khaled
Khaled Koubaa is the Policy Manager North Africa Google, he founded the Internet Society chapter in Tunisia in 2006 and served as President. He served in the Board of Trustees of the Internet Society and he is regularly at events related to the Internet ( ICANN, IETF, IGF, …). He was elected to represent African region in the ICANN Nomination Committee. Khaled serves at the Board of Director of AfriNIC representing North Africa region. He participated in the World Summit on Information Society ( WSIS ) in Tunisia in 2005 and two previous IGFs. He is a member of the 2012 Arab IGF's Multi-stakeholder Advisory Group.
Khaled also worked as an independent consultant for the non-profit and government sector in Arab and African region. He provides strategic direction to organizations and corporate executives on how to choose and use Internet and New Media technologies for social change.
Khaled earned his Bachelor's degree in management from High School of Commerce, Tunisia and a Masters degree in electronic commerce from the High School of Electronic Commerce. He has also completed an Internet Governance Capacity Building Program with the Diplo Foundation.