Adrian Kinderis is the founder and CEO of the AusRegistry Group of companies, which notably includes AusRegistry Pty Ltd and ARI Registry Services Pty Ltd. He has previously been a member of ICANN's GNSO council.
He was elected representative by the Registrar Stakeholder Group to the GNSO Council in 2007. His term expires in the end of the annual meeting of 2011. This was an extremely important tenure with regards to the new gTLD program, and Adrian was involved in such important events as writing the document, 'Introduction of New Generic Top-Level Domains Document (11 September 2007)'. His many blog posts and interviews regarding ICANN show him celebrating the organizations achievements, and critically engaging its shortcomings and missteps; he is an incredibly active member of the community and attended his 30th meeting at October 2012 ICANN 45 in Toronto. 
Other Industry Conferences
Adrian regularly presents addresses at industry conferences on topics such as: Registry Operations, Registry Best Practice, Domain Name Management, Registry-Registrar models and Marketing TLDs. He was a panelist at the first and second .nxt Conference, and a presenter at the 2010 V21 conference, and has also attended APTLD events..
Adrian is married to Jennifer, and lives in Melbourne, Australia. His interests include fast cars, and his favorite football club - the North Melbourne Kangaroos. He also enjoys American football, and cheers for the Dallas Cowboys.
Mr. Kinderis discusses the 2 millionth .au registration, ICANN, Bill Clinton, .xxx, DNSSEC, and a host of other industry topics.