Ana Maria Corrêa is currently lecturing Comparative Law at the Université Libre de Bruxelles. She has recently defended her PhD thesis on the challenges of regulating the digital economy and preventing discrimination in the US and European markets.
Ms Sorina Teleanu is an independent consultant with expertise in Internet governance and digital policy. Sorina previously worked with DiploFoundation as Digital Policy Senior Researcher, and with the Romanian Parliament, as advisor dealing with ICT-related legislation and policies.
Ms Dragana Markovski works on the planning, development, coordination, and quality control of Diplo courses and training programmes. She currently focuses on the delivery and further development of online communications training as part of Diplo’s Future of Meetings project which provides capacity building and support to international organisations and various stakeholders as they transition from offline to online work.
Ms Andrijana Gavrilović works with digital policy programmes at DiploFoundation where she focuses on Internet governance and cybersecurity issues. She closely coordinates the work of curators within the Cybersecurity basket at the Geneva Internet Platform (GIP) Digital Watch observatory.
Ms Mili Semlani has spent four years exploring and reporting in and on the Southeast Asian region as a writer and digital media consultant. She writes tech policy papers for UN Summits and participates in policy debates and processes at national, regional, and global levels.
Ms Nataša Perućica is a researcher at DiploFoundation and is a member of Diplo’s Data and AI Team. In her role, she conducts research on sustainable development, human rights, artificial intelligence as well as other digital policy related topics.
Brazilian-born Ms Marília Maciel is currently based in Strasbourg, France. She is involved in several Internet Governance related projects, notably on the fields of digital economy, e-commerce, and cybersecurity.
Dr Katharina Höne researches, writes, and teaches on a number of issues related to diplomacy and the impact of technology on international relations. Her research focuses on the interplay of diplomacy and technology.
Ms Amrita Choudhury is Director of CCAOI; President of Internet Society India, Delhi Chapter; and Asia Pacific Lead of SIG Women. She is an active member and contributor at national, regional, and global Internet governance (IG) platforms.
Ms Katarina Anđelković is a researcher at DiploFoundation currently based in Belgrade. Katarina joined Diplo’s Data Team in October 2018 where she conducts research on structured and unstructured data, AI, and other digital-policy-related topics.
Serbian-born Mr Vladimir (Vlada) Radunović is a lecturer in cybersecurity policy, Internet governance, and e-diplomacy on postgraduate and professional courses. He also serves as an expert with the Geneva Internet Platform.
Ms Jana Mišić is a Marie-Curie PhD candidate in Ethics and Technology. Her research focuses on the governance and policy impact of digital technology on societal and ethical norms and values. She is based at the Rathenau Institute in The Hague and at the Twente University (The Netherlands).
Ms Ilona Stadnik is a PhD candidate at the School of International Relations, St Petersburg State University, Russia and is currently aa Fulbright Visiting Researcher at the Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, working with the Internet Governance Project (2018/2019). Ilona has been a regular participant and speaker at major cybersecurity events such as the IGF (Internet Governance Forum), CyFy, and EuroDIG (European Dialogue on Internet Governance).
Mr Pedro Vilela Resende Gonçalves is founding director of the Institute for Research on Internet & Society. Pedro holds an LLB from the Federal University of Minas Gerais and collaborates on data protection at the Alexandre Atheniense Law Firm.
Ms Nathalia Sautchuk Patrício works as a Technical Advisor to the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br) A computer engineer with an Msc in Electrical Engineering from the University of São Paulo in Brazil, she is also an Internet Governance lecturer at Anhembi Morumbi University and a lecturer in specialisation courses at Centro Universitário Senac. Nathalia is a member of the Program Committee of the Latin American and Caribbean Network Operators Group (LACNOG), a member of the audit committee at the Brazilian chapter of the Internet Society, and one of the founding members of the Brazilian Internet Governance Academic Network.
Born (and currently residing) in the United States, Ms Virginia (Ginger) Paque lived in Venezuela for more than 35 years. An educator and administrator by profession, she has 25 years’ experience in business and manufacturing systems consulting.
Mr Jacob Odame-Baiden is a solicitor and barrister of the Supreme Court of Ghana. He has vast experience in technology project management and ICT for Development and has worked in technology consulting and telecommunication sectors in Ghana and other African countries.
Ms Grace Mutung’u researches ICT policy in Kenya and Africa, specialising in digital rights, governance, and development. She is an associate at the Kenya ICT Action Network where she carries out ICT policy research and advocacy.
Ms Aida Mahmutović is currently involved with the EUBC HUB as a Community manager for over 18 HUBS in Europe and Asia. She has been involved with Internet governance since 2011, while working for Centre for eGovernance Development (CeGD).
An online moderator for remote participation and coordinator for the Geneva-based courses, Mr Marco Lotti joined DiploFoundation in early 2017. As part of the Geneva office team, Marco organises activities and events such as the Geneva Digital Talks and the Data Talks. Acurator at the Geneva Internet Platform Digital Watch observatory, he follows global developments regarding Content Policy and Cultural Diversity online.
Mr Mamadou Lo produces a weekly and annual web review to promote Internet governance and disseminate best practices throughout Africa and in the global francophone community. Mamadou holds two Master’s degrees (one in Marketing and Communication, and the other in Information Science with a major in IT).
Originally from the Czech Republic, Dr Tereza Horejsova is currently based in Washington DC. Joining Diplo in 2012, Tereza has had an international career in academia and the non-governmental sector in the Czech Republic, the United Arab Emirates, and Switzerland.
Ms Noha Fathy is an independent Internet governance consultant. Her professional and educational backgrounds are orientated towards development areas with a special focus on human development, governance, and public policies.
Mr Andre Edwards is a Business Process Data Analyst in the Office of the CIO at Teleios Systems with over 19 years of ICT experience working on commercial solutions with Caribbean mobile network operators leveraging cloud technologies and non-profit ICT projects. On the coordinating team of Caribbean Network Operators Group Andre is involved in regional capacity building workshops and internet infrastructure research.
Dr Jovan Kurbalija is the Executive Director of DiploFoundation and Head of the Geneva Internet Platform (GIP). Between 2018 and 2019, he served as co-Executive Director of the Secretariat of the United Nations (UN) High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation.