RE: [AfrICANN-discuss] Anne-Rachel Inné to the role of VP, Government Engagement – Geneva.

Victor Ndonnang ndonnang at
Sat Jun 21 23:51:23 SAST 2014

Congratulations to all!. This clearly shows the willing of ICANN to make more room for governments in Its multi-stakeholder model. Special congratulations to our dear Anne-Rachel Inné and best wishes in her new role. 

Best regards,

Victor Ndonnang.



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Well deserved to inform ICANN  Process issues to the UN and other Regional Institutions.
It is good to have someone who would inform and promote especially the African representatives in the UN Geneva on Internet issues and globally agreed Processes. Short to mention the issue of  .africa gTLD which is going to be the opener for the need to have an Openly Transparent way of conducting Internet business especially in mama Africa.  Good luck in the yet new role AnnaRachel.

On 21 Jun 2014 21:30, "Seun Ojedeji" <seun.ojedeji at> wrote:

A big congratulation to our own Anne-Rachel Inné as i wish her all the best in her new role. Congratulation also to David.


20 June 2014 – The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) today announced that it is has named David Conrad to the newly created position of Chief Technology Officer (CTO), and Anne-Rachel Inné to the role of VP, Government Engagement – Geneva.

As CTO, Conrad will work closely with internal and external stakeholders to develop a technology roadmap for the Internet identifiers system and coordinate with community. Conrad will assume the role of CTO on 4 August and report to Akram Atallah, president of ICANN's Global Domains Division.

"David's extensive experience with domain name system operations, Internet identifier technology, cybersecurity, and IT, coupled with his familiarity with ICANN, makes him the ideal person for this new role," said Atallah. "I am confident that David will quickly make an impact as we continue to focus on improving the efficiency, effectiveness, and security of our business operations."

Anne-Rachel Inné will assume the role on 15 July and report to ICANN's Senior Advisor to the President on Government Engagement, Tarek Kamel.

Based in ICANN's Geneva Engagement Center, Anne-Rachel will be responsible for designing a full engagement plan for ICANN's outreach work with the country missions to the UN in Geneva.

"The VP Government Engagement role- Geneva is critical in expanding our engagement efforts with governments, intergovernmental organizations and the UN in Geneva," said Kamel. "We are pleased to welcome back Anne-Rachel to ICANN, and are confident she'll bring a lot to the role based on her extensive experience in the ICANN community."




Seun Ojedeji,
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