Africa

NANKEP - Pierre Lotis

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Pierre Lotis NANKEP hold a Diploma of Advanced Studies in Computer Science obtained in 2001 at the University of Yaounde I in Cameroon.

He is a specialist in software engineering for which he has developped many applications that are being installed in banks and public administration in Cameroon.

Moreover, he feel comfortable on cyber security issues in general and especially in cryptography. He have a very good knowledge of Linux operating systems for which I have completed several professional certifications.

Okolloh - Ory

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Ms. Ory Okolloh is Google's Policy Manager for Sub-Saharan Africa.  She is a co-founder of  Ushahidi and served as the organization’s  Executive Director from inception until December 2010.    Ory is also the co-founder of Mzalendo, a website that tracks the performance of Kenyan Members of Parliament.  Ms. Okolloh graduated summa cum laude with a B.A.

Koonjoobeeharry - Duksh Kumar

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Duksh works for the African Network Information Center – AFRINIC, where he manages the organisation's web services as the Webmaster using open source technology since 2007. Prior to AFRINIC, Duksh has worked for several French BPO organisations in Mauritius.

Hussein - Ali

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Currently the CEO of 3Mice Interactive Media, a leading independent interactive agency in East Africa, Ali Hussein is an executive with experience spanning over 17 years in the technology and marketing sectors. During this period he has served as the founder CEO of Wunderman Kenya, a global digital agency brand and as CEO of Spanimage Kenya Ltd, the leading Digital Out of Home Network in East Africa.
 

Lewis - Charley

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Charley Lewis is a senior lecturer, researcher and consultant at the LINK Centre of the School of Public and Development Management at the University of the Witwatersrand.  His areas of interest include:  ICT sector policy and regulation; universal service and access;  consumer protection regulation, the Internet, labour, work and ICT; and business process outsourcing.  He has lectured and presented widely, on a number of ICT policy, regulation and development issues.  He has undertaken research in a number of areas, including the Internet, call centres, e-learning

Bennani - Myriam

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After two years of practicing in a general law firm based in Paris, Myriam Bennani has been engaged as a partner in an international law firm auditing and consulting, based in Casablanca, then joined the Hajji&Associés law firm in 1999.
In partnership with the law firm founder, Amin Hajji, she advises, assists and represent before the Moroccan Courts a custom mainly international, in all fields of business law, in particular legislation regarding to the Contracts and business law.

Chango - Mawaki

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Mawaki Chango is Africa Internet Policy Coordinator for the Association for Progressive Communications.  Blending scholarship and practice, Chango's research interests include digital identity, Internet governance, ICT4D as well as information technologies & the humanities.  Recent research includes a socio-historical inquiry into individual identification systems, including medieval seals, with a particular focus on emerging Internet-based digital identity systems and protocols.

Baraka - Hoda

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Kags - Al

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SIGANGA - WAUDO

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Waudo Siganga is the Chairman of the Computer Society of Kenya. He was a member of the U.N. IGF Multi-Stakeholder Advisory Group. He has previously also worked with the UN Working Group on Internet Governance (2003-2005) and been Vice-Chairman of the World Information Technology & Services Alliance (WITSA) in charge of Africa. He has over 20 years working in the technical and policy areas of ICT. He previously worked for the Industrial Development Bank in Kenya and the Dutch international bank, ABN AMRO as an ICT expert.

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