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

Dr Yassin Mshana ymshana2003 at
Sun Jun 22 00:17:03 SAST 2014

My apologies for the Typos in the Message I just sent since they are not by
self.  It seems that the email I sent had to go through a screen which id
not linguistally correct in translation.
I therefore wish to withdraw the original message.
Kind regards.
On 22 Jun 2014 00:01, "Dr Yassin Mshana" <ymshana2003 at> wrote:

> Congratulations AR for going back to the position where you could proceed
> from where you left.  Africa Region needs unbiased approach to Unternet
> business.. I personally belueve that..your going back to ICANN after
> AfriNIC will continue to inform ICANN accordingly and vice versa.
> Congratulation
> Kind regards
> Yassin
> On 21 Jun 2014 23:39, "Gabriel Ramokotjo" <gabrielramokotjo at>
> wrote:
>> Congratulations to Anne,
>> Regards,
>> Gabriel
>> G.M Ramokotjo
>> On Jun 21, 2014 11:31 PM, "Dr Yassin Mshana" <ymshana2003 at>
>> wrote:
>>> 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.
>>> Yassin
>>> 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."
>>>> Regards
>>>> --
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>>>> The key to understanding is humility - my view !
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