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ICANN Fellow refers to an individual who is a member of the Internet community and recipient of a grant provided by the ICANN Fellowship Program.

The ICANN Fellowship Program provides financial grants to 25-42 eligible individuals to attend a given ICANN meeting as to actively contribute to ICANN processes, the Multistakeholder Model and to become part of the future leaders of the Internet governing body. The grant covers the economy class airfare, hotel accommodation, and a stipend needed to attend an ICANN conference.[1] An effort is made to include more fellows from the region a given meeting is being held in.

Background

Theresa Swinehart, ICANN Counsel for International Affairs, proposed the implementation of the ICANN Fellowship Program during the Special Meeting of the ICANN Board on April 25, 2007. Swinehart informed the Board that the fellowship program had been under development from the ICANN Operational Plan Project 4F for a significant period of time and it is ready to invite applications for participants in the next ICANN Meeting, which was to be held in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The ICANN Board unanimously approved the implementation of the ICANN Fellowship Program.[2] The first ICANN Fellowship program was composed of 33 fellows who were selected from 125 applications.[3]

Mission

The ICANN Fellowship Programs aims to achieve the following objectives:[4]

  • Strengthen the knowledge base of ICANN constituents by reaching out to less economically developed countries
  • Build the capacity of existing ICANN constituency groups
  • Increase the awareness of the ICANN Fellows about the latest issues affecting the Internet community worldwide
  • Encourage the ICANN Fellows to become more active in their respective countries to help in the development of the Internet for the future
  • Encourage the alumni of the Fellowship Program to serve as the new voice of experience in the future

Fellowships Selection Committee

The Fellowships Committee (FC) is made up of responsible individuals who are qualified to receive the grant from the ICANN Fellowship program based on the criteria set by the ICANN Board. Its responsibilities include:[5]

  • Selection of fellows from all the applicants based on the criteria set forth in the application and evaluation process
  • Provide information and feedback to the ICANN Board and Staff about the planning, implementation and evaluation of the fellowship program
  • Conduct outreach to support the program and to create a list of potential members of the selection committee in the future

Current FC members include:[6]

Criteria

Individuals may be eligible to receive a grant from the ICANN Fellowship Program if the following criteria are met:[7]

  • Applicant must be a citizen of a low, lower-middle of upper-middle income country based on World Bank Economic classification
  • Able to practice the knowledge and experiences gained from the fellowship program to become part of ICANN's future leadership
  • Displays contributions to the Internet community or interest in ICANN policy development, fellowship alumni network, stimulating local interest in ICANN and ICANN supporting organizations or advisory committee.

Fellowship Program Participants

ICANN 58, Copenhagen, Denmark

ICANN 56 in Helsinki, Finland

Ahmed Eisa / Sudan (AF) – Civil Society/NCSG/NCUC, Aida Mahmutovic / Bosnia and Herzegovina (EU) – Civil Society/NPOC, Alyne Bezerra / Brazil (LAT) – End User/At Large, Ana Kakalashvili / Georgia (EEU) – Academic, Andrew Arkdon Molivurae / Vanuatu (Oceania) – ccTLD Ops, Charne Le Roux / South Africa (AF) – Business/IPC, Christian Mulola / Rwanda (AF) – Technical/At Large, Christopher Momanyi / Kenya (AF) – Academic, Dusan Popovic / Serbia (EU) – Academic/IPC, Elsa Saade / Lebanon (ME) – Civil Society/gNSO, Freddy Manullang / Indonesia (Asia) – ccTLD Ops/ccNSO, Ganeswar Sahoo / India (Asia) – Business/At Large, Grigori Saghyan / Armenia (EEU) – ccTLD Ops/ccNSO, Guylaine Mootoo / Mauritius (AF) – Technical, James Mutandwa Madya / Zimbabwe (AF) – Gov’t/GAC, Jason Hynds / Barbados (CAR) – Technical/At Large, Jesus Rivera / Venezuela (LAT) – Gov’t/ GAC, Jose Raul Solares Chiu / Guatemala (LAT) – Gov’t/GAC, Julian Esteban Lescano Cameriere / Argentina (LAT) – Business/ISPCP, Lacier Dias / Brazil (LAT) – Technical, Narine Khachatryan / Armenia (EEU) - Civil Society / At Large, Oleg Demidov / Russia (EEU) – Academic, Rao Naveed Bin Rais / Pakistan (ME) – Academic/NCSG,RSSAC, Stanley Osao/Papua New Guinea (Oceania) – Civil Society/At Large, Wen Zhai / China (Asia) – Civil Society/Registry, Zuan (Peter) Zhang / China (Asia) – Civil Society/NCUC,

ICANN 55 in Marrakech, Morocco

Adetola Sogbesan – Business – Nigeria, Alagie Ceesay – Technical – Gambia, Alejandra Reynoso – ccTLD Operations – Guatemala, Amrita Choudhury – Civil – India, Ana Bradu – ccTLD Operations – Moldova, Anand Raje – Technical – India, Andrew Molivurae – ccTLD Operations – Vanuatu, Anja Genjo – Civil – Bosnia, Aris Ignacio – Academic – Phillippines, Arsene Tungali Baguma – Civil – Nigeria, Aubrey Pennyman – ccTLD Operations – Bahamas, Bachar Bong Aware Abdeldjalil – Civil – Chad, Beran Dondeh Gillen – End User – Gambia, Bidel James – Civil – South Sudan, Carlos Eduardo Rodriguez Aviles – Civil – Nicaragua, Claudine Sugira – ccTLD Operations – Rwanda, Fabricio Valmorbida Marçal Pessôa – Security – Brazil, Gangesh Sreekumar Varma – Academic – India, Halefom Hailu Abraha – Gov't – Ethiopia, Hamid Khalafi – Civil – Morocco, Hamza Ben Mehrez – Civil – Tunisia, Hashim Nouman – Technical – Pakistan, Hiba Abbas Yousif – Civil – Sudan, John Sushil – Technical – Fiji, Lianna Galstyan – Civil – Armenia, Madhvi Gokool – Technical – Mauritius, Mahdi Taghizadeh – Technical – Iran, Maritza Aguero – Civil – Peru, Mark William Datysgeld – Academic – Brazil, Michael Ilishebo – Gov't – Zimbabwe, Mohamed Majdoubi – Civil – Morocco, Nadira Alaraj – Civil – Jordan, Nomsa Muswai Mwayenga – Civil – Zimbabwe, Olga Bambashi – Business – Jordan, Onica Makwakwa – Civil – South Africa, Osama Tamimi – Technical – Palestine, Pernes Samuel – Gov't – Micronesia, Rajeewa Abeygunarathna – Gov't – Sri Lanka, Rim Hayat Chaif – Civil – Algeria, Said Zazai ­– Civil – Afghanistan, Sanjay Bahadoorsingh – Academic – Trinidad and Tobago, Shabbir Muhammad – Academic – Pakistan, Shavat Sabirov – Civil –Kazakhstan, Sonam Keba – Business – Bhutan, Wisdom Donkor – Gov't – Ghana

ICANN 54 in Dublin, Ireland

Aida Mahmutovic – Bosnia and Herzegovina – Civil Society, Alejandra Reynoso – Guatemala – Academic / ccNSO, Aleksandar Popovic – Serbia – ccTLD Operations, Alkhansa Abdalla Mohamednasr – Sudan – Technical, Ana Kakalashvili – Georgia – Academic, Andrii Pazluk – Ukraine – Academic / gNSO, Anja Gengo – Bosnia and Herzegovina – Civil Society, Babu Ram Aryal – Nepal – Civil Society / At Large, Bikram Shrestha – Nepal – Civil Society / At Large, Bonface Witaba – Kenya – Civil Society / At Large, Bram Fudzulani – Malawi – Business / At Large, Dusan Popovic – Serbia – Academic / ccNSO / gNSO, Dwi Simanungkalit – Indonesia – Government / GAC, Elsa Saade – Lebanon – Civil Society, Freddy Manullang – Indonesia – ccTLD Operations, Ganbayar Nyandag – Mongolia – Security, Gazi Zehadul Kabir – Bangladesh – Business / At Large, Geoffrey Harris – Nauru – Government / ccNSO, Jabhera Matogoro – Tanzania – Academic / At Large, Jason Hynds – Barbados – Technical / At Large, Julian Esteban Lescano Cameriere – Argentina – Business / gNSO, Karel Douglas – Trinidad and Tobago – Government / gNSO, Kinfemicheal Yilma Desta – Ethiopia – Academic / gNSO, Lawrence Olawale-Roberts – Nigeria – Business / At Large / gNSO, Lianna Galstyan – Armenia – Civil Society / At Large, Mahdi Taghizadeh – Iran – Technical, Manuel Haces-Aviña – Mexico – ccTLD Operations / ccNSO, Martin Pablo Silva Valent – Argentina – Academic / gNSO, Mehrzed Azghandi – Iran – Civil Society, Mona Eilouti – Jordan - Technical, Nabil Benamar – Morocco – Academic, Nahideh Faiaz – Afghanistan – Technical, Narine Khachatryan – Armenia – Civil Society / At Large, Neil Checo – Dominican Republic – Government, Oleksandr Tsaruk – Ukraine – Government / GAC, Priscilla Kevin – Papua New Guinea – Business, Rahul Sharma – India – Security, Rae Naveen Bin Rays – Pakistan – Academic / gNSO, Rapid Sun – Cambodia – Government, Rita Extenuate – Samoa – Technical, Serupepeli Neiko – Fiji – Security, Tepua Hunter – Cook Islands – Government / GAC and At Large, Wanda M. Pérez Peña – Dominican Republic – Academic / gNSO, Wen Zhai – China – Civil Society / gNSO, Yurly Kargapolov – Ukraine – ccTLD Operations, Zakir Syed – Pakistan – Civil Society / gNSO

ICANN 54 Fellows and Manager of the ICANN Fellowship Program, Janice Douma Lange

ICANN 53 in Buenos Aires

Alagie Ceesay – Gambia – Gov’t, Aleksandar Ichokjaev – Macedonia – Academic, Alyne Bezerra – Brazil – End User / At Large, Antonio Alberti – Brazil – Academic, Arsene Tungali Baguma (didn't make it due to work conflict) – Democratic Republic of the Congo – Civil Society / At Large, Aubry Pennyman – Bahamas – ccTLD Operations / GAC, Bionda Fonseca-Hoeve – Aruba – Business, Chaitanya Ramachandran – India – End User, Christelle Vaval – Haiti – Civil Society, Coppens Pasteur Ndayirague – Burundi – Gov’t, Elsa Saade – Lebanon – Civil Society, Emir Sosa – Belize – Gov’t, Etuate Cocker – Tonga – Academic, Fabricio Valmorbida Marçal Pessôa – Brazil – Security, Farzaneh Badiei – Islamic Republic of Iran – Academic, Gabriel Ramokotjo – South Africa – ccTLD Operations / At Large, Hamza Ben Mehrez – Tunisia – Civil Society / GAC, Ian Mitchell – Saint Lucia – Technical, Igor Mkrtumyan – Armenia – Security / ccNSO, Israel Rosas –Mexico – Gov’t, Isaias Mercado – Dominican Republic - Security, Ivy Contreras Avila –Guatemala – ccTLD Operations, Jesus Rivera – Venezuela – Gov’t / ccNSO and GAC, Jia He – China – Academic, Joao Carlos Rebello Caribe – Brazil – Civil Society / GNSOJohn Forman –Brazil – Business, Jose Eduardo Rojas –Bolivia – Civil Society, Joseph Marc Antoine Ridore – Haiti – Technical, Julian Esteban Lescano Cameriere – Argentina – Business / GNSO, Krishna Kumar Rajamannar – India – Civil Society, Lacier Dias – Brazil – Technical, Lia Marcia Solis Montano – Bolivia – Technical, Mamadou Lo – Senegal – Business / GNSO, Mauricio Oviedo Calderon – Costa Rica – Technical / GNSO, Miguel Ignacio Estrada – Argentina – Gov’t, Nadira Alaraj – State of Palestine – End User, Osama Tamimi – State of Palestine – Technical, Raitme Osvaldo Citterio Alvarado – Venezuela – Civil Society / At Large and GNSO, Rao Naveed Bin Rais – Pakistan – Academic / GNSO, Renata Aquino Ribeiro – Brazil – Academic, Rim Hayat Chaif – Algeria – Civil Society, Shabnam Shafiei – Islamic Republic of Iran – End User, Shakeel Ahmed – Pakistan – ccTLD Operations, Shavkat Sabirov – Kazakhstan – Civil Society, Sorina Teleanu – Romania – Gov’t / GAC Tarik Merghani – Sudan – ccTLD Operations / ccNSO, Tattugul Mambetalieva – Tuvalu – Civil Society, Tenanoia Veronica Simona – Gov’t, Victor Fernandes – Brazil – Academic, Walid Al-Saqaf – Yemen – Academic / GNSO [8]

ICANN 52 in Singapore

Abdelmonim Osman – Sudan – Academic, Ahlam Abu-Jadallah – Jordan – Government, Ahmed Eisa – Sudan – Not For Profit, Alfred Arouna – Benin – Business, Amal Al-Saqqaf – Yemen – Academic, Ana Kakalashvili – Georgia – Academic, Anja Gengo – Bosnia and Herzegovina – End User, Anri van der Spuy – South Africa – Academic, Babu Ram Aryal – Nepal – Not For Profit, Bennette Thomas – Dominica – Government, Carlos Eduardo Rodriguez Aviles – Nicaragua – Not For Profit, Catherine Niwagaba – Uganda – Government, Charles Oloo – Kenya – Not For Profit, Christian Mulola – Rwanda – End User, Dusan Popovic – Serbia – Academic, Esther Patricia Akello – Uganda – Government, Fawaz Saleem Bokhari – Pakistan – Academic, Ghazi Salahaldeen – State of Palestine – Business, Guylaine Mootoo – Mauritius – Not For Profit, Isaque Manteiga Joaquim – Mozambique – Academic, Isaac Maposa – Zimbabwe – Business, James Mutandwa Madya – Zimbabwe – Government, Jia He – China – Academic, Jonathan Gahamanyi – Burundi – Business, Kartik Kulkarni – India – Not For Profit, Lawrence Olawale-Roberts – Nigeria – Government, Marilia Monteiro – Brazil – Government, Mathias Etheyemon Houngbo – Benin – Academic, Mehrzad Azghandi – Islamic Republic of Iran – Civil Society, Michael Ilishebo – Zambia – Government, Mohammad Adbul Awal Haolader – Bangladesh – End User, Mohammad Kawsar Uddin – Bangladesh – Not For Profit, Muhammed Njie – The Gambia – Academic, Neil Checo – Dominican Republic – Government, Onica Nonhiahhia Makwakwa– South Africa – Not For Profit, Oratile Slave – Botswana – Government, Rao Naveed Bin Rais – Pakistan – Academic, Rohana Chaminda Akmeemana Palliyaguru – Sri Lanka – Government, Rokhaya Daour Diatta – Senegal – End User, Said Marjan Zazal – Afghanistan – Not For Profit, Salieu Taal – The Gambia – Business, Samer Khalil – Lebanon – Academic, Sidra Iqbal – Pakistan – Academic, Shiva BIssessar – Trinidad and Tobago – Business, Spencer Thomas – Grenada – Government, Sutender Mehta – India – Business, Toilem Godwin – Kenya – Not For Profit, Victor Manuel Lagunes Soto Ruiz – Mexico – Government, Wisdom Kwasi Donkor – Ghana – Government, Zakir Syed – Pakistan – Not For Profit[9]

ICANN 51 in Los Angeles

Ahlam Abu-Jadallah – Jordan – Gov't, Mayyad Ihmidan – Jordan – Not For Profit, Ibrahim Alfayoumi – State of Palestine – Technical Community, Mohamed Adas – State of Palestine – End User, Osama Tamimi – State of Palestine – Business, Hanane Boujemi – Morocco – Not For Profit, Shabnam Shafiei – Islamic Republic of Iran – End User, Mehrzad Azghandi – Islamic Republic of Iran – Civil Service, Arsene Tungali Baguma – The Dem. Republic of the Congo – End User, Ann Ibrahim – Egypt – Gov't, Hanen Idoudi – Tunisia – Academic, James Mutandwa Madya – Zimbabwe – Gov't, Oluwaseun Samson Ojedeji – Nigeria – Academic, Anna Secka Saine – Gambia – Business, Patricia Marie Thérèse Gnilane Senghor – Mauritius – Not For Profit, Roger Oteng Baah – Ghana – Business / IETF, Wisdom Kwasi Donkor – Ghana – Gov't, Sarah Kiden – Uganda – Academic, Fawaz Saleem Bokhari – Pakistan – Academic, Igor Mkrtumyan – Armenia – Not For Profit, Ganeswar Sahoo – India – Academic / NCUC, Omar Mansoor Ansari – Afghanistan – Business, Shakeel Ahmed – Pakistan – Not For Profit, Geoffrey Harris – Nauru – Gov't, Amata Kabua – Marshall Islands – Technical Community, Md. Jahangir Hossain – Bangladesh – Not For Profit, Sonam Penjor – Bhutan – Academic – Gov't, Sourakatou Ramanou Biaou – Benin – Academic, Pierre Dovonou Lokossou – Benin – Not For Profit, Ephraim Percy Kenyanito – Kenya – Not For Profit, Souop Soufo Bruno Serges – Cameroon – Business, Aida Mahmutović – Bosnia and Herzegovina – Not For Profit, Inga Cucer – Republic of Moldova – Government, Yuriy Kargapolov – Ukraine – Business, Sergey Povalishev – Belarus – Business, Denis Otvalko – Belarus – Business, Dorian Bodiu – Republic of Moldova – Gov't, Marilia Monteiro – Brazil – Gov't, Everton Teles Rodrigues – Brazil – End User, Julian Esteban Lescano Cameriere – Argentina – Business, Gloria Patricia Meneses Portilla – Columbia – Civil Service, Alejandra Reynoso Barral – Guatemala – Academc, Bruno Marcel Duarte Coscia – Paraguay – Not For Profit, Allan Carlton Soogrim – Trinidad and Tobago – Academic, Kamica Fortune – Trinidad and Tobago – Gov't, Joseph Marc Antoine Ridore – Haiti – End User, Wanda Miguelina Pérez Peña – Dominican Republic – Business, Bionda Fonseca-Hoeve – Aruba – Business, Krishna Kumar Rajamannar – India – Not For Profit, Wen Zhai – China – Not For Profit, Chaitanya Ramachandran – India – End User[10][11]

ICANN 50 in London

Adrian Quesada Rodriguez – Costa Rica – Academic / NCUC, Ahlam Abu-Jadallah – Jordan – Government, Aida Mahmutović – Bosnia and Herzegovina – Not For Profit, Aleksandar Ichokjaev – The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia – Academic, Amal Al-Saqqaf – Yemen – Academic, Amparo Arango – Dominican Republic – Government, Arsene Tungali Baguma (didn't make it due to visa issue) – The Democratic Republic of the Congo – End User, Babu Ram Dawadi – Nepal – Academic, Bennette Thomas – Dominica – Government / GAC, Bill Tomon – Papua New Guinea – Academic, Dina Barakat – Egypt – Government, Dusan Popovic – Serbia – Academic / ccNSO, Dwi Simanungkalit – Indonesia – Government /GAC, Edwin Opare – Ghana – Government, Elena Tric – Romania – Not For Profit, Ganeswar Sahoo – India – Academic / NCUC, Hafedh Al Yahmadi – Tunisia – N/A, Ibrahim Alfayoumi – Palestine – N/A, Inga Cucer – Republic of Moldova – Government, Jesus Rivera – Bolivarian Republic Of Venezuela – Government / ccNSO, Kartik Kulkarni – India – Not For Profit, Marilia Maciel – Brazil – Academic / NCUC, Maritza Yesenia Aguero Miñano – Peru – End User, Martin Pablo Silva Valent – Argentina – Business / NCSG, Mohamed Adas – Palestine – End User, Mwendwa Kivuva – Kenya – Academic / Registry and Registrar, Nabil Benamar – Morocco – Academic / At Large, Natalie Rose – Jamaica – Academic / At Large, Oarabile Mudongo – Botswana – Not For Profit, Oleksandr Tsaruk – Ukraine – Government, Omar Mansoor Ansari – Afghanistan – Business, Paul Muchene – Kenya – Business / At Large, Pauline McFadzean – Belize – Business / Registry, Rao Naveed Bin Rais – Pakistan – Academic, Ridha Guellouz – Tunisia – Not For Profit, Roger Oteng Baah – Ghana – Business / IETF, Shabnam Shafiei – Islamic Republic of Iran – End User, Shakeel Ahmed – Pakistan – Not For Profit, Timur Hasanov – Tajikistan – Business / Registry, Victoria Rosca – Republic of Moldova – Government, Xiaohui Zhang – China – Not For Profit / IPC, Yusif Amadu – Ghana – Academic.

ICANN 49 in Singapore

Seun Ojedeji – Nigeria – Academic / Registry, Xandra Fong – Fiji – Not for Profit, Yungyung Teng – People's Republic of China – Government / IPC, Mamadou Lo – Senegal – Business, Maricarmen Sequera – Paraguay – End User, João Carlos Rebello Caribé – Brazil – Not for Profit / NCUC, Md. Jahangir Hossain – Bangladesh – Not for Profit / NPOC, Inam Ali – Jordan – Civil Society, Hanen Idoudi – Tunisia – Academic, Farzaneh Badiei – Iran – End User, Karel Douglas – Trinidad and Tobago – Government, Bukola Fawole – Nigeria – Academic, Pascal Guillaume Bekono – Cameroon – Government / At Large, Ephraim Percy Kenyanito – Kenya – End User, Shakeel Ahmed – Pakistan – End User, Emani Fakaotimanava-Lui – Niue – Not for Profit / At Large, Yousef Torman – Jordan – Academic, Rommel Natividad – Philippines – Government / GAC, Taravatu Arua Taravatu – Papua New Guinea – Government, Gul-e Rana – Pakistan – Academic, Wisdom Kwasi Donkor – Ghana – Government, Rahul Sharma – India – Not for Profit, Zakir Syed – Pakistan – Not for Profit, Mario Aleman Zapata – Nicaragua – Not for Profit, Bonface Witaba – Kenya – Not for Profit / NPOC, Ibrahim Alfayoumi – West Bank and Gaza – ccTLD, Etuate Cocker – Tonga – Academic, Lianna Galstyan – Armenia – Not for Profit, Aasis Karan – Fiji – Business / At Large, Benjamin Akintunde Akinmoyeje – Nigeria – Not for Profit / NCUC, Philip Adar – Kenya – Business, Bram Fudzulani – Malawi – Business / ISP and ASO, Matilda Pamao – Papua New Guinea – Academic / ccNSO, Vernon O'Brien – Dominica – Government, Valentina Pavel Burloiu – Romania – Not for Profit / At large, Hasnaa Soraya Melyani – Morocco – End User, Zhang Zuan – People's Republic of China – Not for Profit / member NCUC, Jason Hynds – Barbados – Not for Profit / At Large, Mohamed Adas – West Bank and Gaza – End User, Mohamed Elshaikh – Sudan – End User, Walid Al-Saqaf – Yemen – Academic / NCUC, Andreas Sifiso Dlamini – Swaziland – Government

ICANN 48 in Buenos Aires

Adrian Quesada Rodriguez – Costa Rica – Academic, Ahmed Bakhat Masood – Pakistan – Gov't, Ali Almeshal – Bahrain – Civil, Andreas Sifiso Diamini – Swaziland – Gov't, Ann Ibrahim – Egypt – Gov't, Beatriz Rodriguez – Uruguay – Academic, Bikram Shrestha – Nepal – Not For Profit, Bryton Focus – United Republic of Tanzania – Not For Profit, Claudia Giuliana Silva Jauregui – Peru – Gov't, Craig Nesty – Dominica – Business, Edwin Opare – Ghana – Gov't, Emani Fakaotimanava-Lui – Niue – Not For Profit, Hassan Zaheer – Pakistan – Business, Hossam Hassan – Egypt – Business, Hugo Alexander Cuenca Espinosa – Ecuador – Academic, Kinfemicheal Yilma Desta – Ethiopia – Academic, Leon Felipe Sanchez Ambia – Mexico – Academic, Lianna Galstyan – Armenia – Not For Profit, Maria Sofia Zerbino Rachetti – Uruguay – Not For Profit, Marilia Maciel – Brazil – Academic, Mauricio Oviedo Calderon – Costa Rica – Not For Profit, Mohamed Adas – West Bank and Gaza – End User, Mohamed Elshaikh – Sudan – Academic, Natalie Rose – Jamaica – Academic, Noha Fathy – Egypt – Not For Profit, Ping Yang – People's Republic of China – End User, Roxana Radu – Romania – Academic, Samson Yoseph Esayas – Ethiopia – Academic, Sequera Maricarmen – Paraguay – End User, Shahzad Ahmad – Pakistan – Not For Profit, Victoria Rosca – Moldova – Gov't, Vivek Goyal – India – Business, Walid Al-Saqaf – Yemen – Academic, Yusif Amadu – Ghana – Academic, Zheng Wang – People's Republic of China – Academic[12]

ICANN 47 in Durban

Adrian Quesada Rodriguez - Costa Rica (Academic), Alejandro Acosta – Venezuela – Academic and LACNIC member. Amir Qayyum – Pakistan – Academic, Andrew Rarumae – Solomon Islands – Business – member ccNSO, Artak Barseghyan – Armenia – Government, Asteway Shoarega Negash – Ethiopia – Academic, Carlos Alberto Villaseñor – Costa Rica – Not For Profit and ccTLD member, Claudine Sugira – Rwanda – Not For Profit, Dejan Djukic – Serbia – Not For Profit, Don Peduru Pradeep Eranga Samararathna – Sri Lanka – Not For Profit, Eddy Kayihura Mabano – Rwanda – Business, Etuate Cocker – Tonga - Academic, Farzaneh Badiei – Iran - Internet Governance Forum Secretariat, Gul-e Rana – Pakistan – Academic, João Carlos Caribé – Brazil – Not For Profit and NCSG, Kadian Davis – Jamaica – Academic – member NCSG and NCUC, Karel Douglas – Trinidad and Tobago – Government, Mamadou LO – Senegal – End User and Afrinic member, Maritza Yesenia Aguero Miñano– Peru – Government, Mona Melhem El Achkar – Lebanon – Academic, Mwendwa Kivuva – Kenya – Civil Society and Business, Registrar, Oleg Demidov– Russia – Not For Profit. Patricia Marie Thérèse Gnilane Senghor – Senegal - End User, Paul Muchene – Kenya – Business, Sarah Kiden – Uganda – Academic, Tuhaise Robert – Uganda – Academic, Ulkar Bayramova – Azerbaijan – Academic and At Large[13]

ICANN 46 in Beijing

Vanessa Cravo – Brazil – Gov't, Bahaaeldin Toman – West Bank and Gaza – Civil Society, Rosalia Morales Acosta – Costa Rica – ccNSO, Gava Lakau – Papua New Guinea – Gov't, Plamena Petrova Popova – Bulgaria – Academic, Don Peduru Pradeep Eranga Samararathna – Sri Lanka – Not For Profit, Leon Felipe Sanchez Ambia – Mexico – Academic, Fatima Cambronero – Argentina – Civil Society, Abibu Rashid Ntahigiye – United Republic of Tanzania – Not For Profit, Inam Ali – Jordan – Gov't, Rommel Natividad – Marshall Islands – Gov't, Berry Amol – Papua New Guinea – Academic, Nicolás Caballero – Paraguay – Not for Profit / GAC, Shakeel Ahmed – Pakistan – Not for Profit/Gov't, Ahmed Bakhat Masood – Pakistan – Gov't, Sonny Zulhuda – Malaysia – Academic, Naveed Haq – Pakistan – Gov't, Adela Elena Danciu – Romania – Academic, Walid Al-Saqaf – Yemen – Academic, Ping Yang – People's Republic of China – Business, Beran Dondeh Gillen – Gambia – Gov't, Celia Lerman – Argentina – Business/Academic, Lyndel McDonald – Jamaica – Gov't, João Caribé – Brazil – Not for Profit, Hassan Zaheer – Pakistan – Business, Grace Githaiga – Kenya – Not for Profit, Kinfemicheal Yilma Desta – Ethiopia – Academic, Parama Anandan – India – Not for Profit, Maria Gabriela Gijon – Argentina – End User, Daria Barinova – Russia – Academic, Hadji Mmadi Ali – Comoros – End User/new member ccNSO[14]

ICANN 45 in Toronto

Artak Barseghyan – Armenia – Gov't, Fedor Smirnov – Russia - Business, Ali Almeshal – Bahrain - Civil, Narayan Gangalaramsamy – Mauritius – Gov't, Magaly Peres Pazello – Brazil - Civil, Vanessa Cravo - Brazil – Gov't, Gary Campbell – Jamaica – Gov't/GAC, Marwan Radwan – West Bank and Gaza – Civil and ccNSO, Bahaaeldin Toman – West Bank and Gaza – Civil Society, Francisco Javier Vera Hott – Chile – Not for Profit, Ulkar Bayramova – Azerbaijan – Academic and At-Large, Victor Ndonnang – Cameroon – Civil Society and At-Large, Pascal Guillaume Bekono – Cameroon – Academic - Business, Amir Qayyum – Pakistan - Academic, Rosalia Morales Acosta – Costa Rica – ccNSO, Almaz Bakenov – Kyrgyz Republic – Gov't Simon Balthazar – United Republic of Tanzania - ccNSO, Shivanjni Anamika – Fiji – Civil Society, Bikram Shrestha – Nepal – Gov't, Gava Lakau – Papua New Guinea – Gov't, Enkhbold Gombo – Mongolia – ccNSO and Business, Mona Melhem El Achkar – Lebanon - Academic, Yahia Abd Elhakam Mahmoud – Egypt – Gov't, Walusungu Gondwe – Malawi – Academic and NCUC, Plamena Petrova Popova – Bulgaria - Academic, Andreas Sifiso Diamini – Swaziland – Gov't, Cheikh Abdallahi Cheikh Baye – Mauritania – Gov't[15]

ICANN 44 in Prague

Ibrohim Djuraev – Uzbekistan – Gov't Zaur Zeynalov – Azerbaijan – Civil Yashar Hajiyev – Azerbaijan – Civil Artak Barseghyan – Armenia – Gov't Fedor Smirnov – Russia – Business Daniel Dimov – Bulgaria – Academic Aleksandar Icokaev – Macedonia – Academic Ali Almeshal – Bahrain – Civil Narayan Gangalaramsamy – Mauritius – Gov't Siaosi Sovaleni – Tonga – Gov't Liu Lei – China – Gov't Kashif Bhatti – Pakistan – Gov't Waqar Azeem – Pakistan – Academic Shahzeb Ali Khan – Pakistan – Civil Iftikhar Hussain Shah – Pakistan – Civil Deolindo Costa Boa Esperanca – Sao Tome´ and Principe – Gov't Beran Dondeh Gillen – Gambia – Civil Magaly Peres Pazello – Brazil – Civil Leon Felipe Sanchez Ambia – Mexico – Civil Maria Dolores Puy – Argentina – Academic Karen Paola Gamboa Araya – Costa Rica – End User Gary Campbell – Jamaica – Gov't[16]

ICANN 43 in Costa Rica

Kashif Elahi Bhatti – Pakistan, Shahzeb Ali Khan – Pakistan, Bill Toman – Papua New Guinea, Stanley Osao – Papua New Guinea, Flavio Neves – Timor-Leste, Sinawong Sang – Cambodia, Maureen Moari Marama Hilyard – Cook Islands, Diana Almahasneh – Jordan, Hossam Hassan Nabil – Egypt, Kadian Davis – Jamaica, Alejandra Reynoso – Guatemala, Alejandro Martin Moscol Salinas – Peru, Esther Yolanda Lizana Puelles – Peru, Emir Sosa – Belize, Celia Lerman – Argentina, Fatima Cambronero – Argentina, Maria Gabriela Gijon – Argentina, Gabriela Szlak – Argentina, Saso Dimitrijoski – Macadonia, Andrii Paziuk – Ukraine, Grigori Saghyan – Armenia, Adela Elena Danciu - Romania, Tattugul Mambetalieva – Kyrgyzstan, Simon Balthazar – Tanzania, Aminata Sy – Senegal, Pascal Bekono - Cameroon, Moses Bagyendera - Uganda, Grace Githaiga – Kenya, Hago Dafalla – Sudan, Leo Maluwa – Malawi[17]

ICANN 42 in Senegal

Aderonke Adeniyi – Nigeria – Gov't, Amrita Choudhury – India – Civil Society, Ayanna Samuels – Jamaica – Business, Bakary Njie – Gambia – Civil Society, Basima Zaidan – Jordan – Gov't/ccNSO, Biaou Sourakatou Ramanou – Benin – Academic, Celia Lerman – Argentina – Academic, George Sakyi – Ghana – User Group/gNSO, Eddy Kayihura – Rwanda – Academic, Jessica Calvo – Costa Rica – Gov't, Jean Marie Altema – Haiti – Civil Society, Patrick Anglin – Jamaica – Academic, Salieu Taal – Gambia – Civil Society, Saso Dimitrijoski – Macedonia – Academic/GAC pending, Sexton Motlhatlhec Segobaetso – Botswana – Civil Society, Victor Ndonnang – Cameroon – Civil Society/At-Large, Walusungu Gondwe – Malawi – Academic, Yashar Hajiyev – Azerbaijan – Civil Society/At-Large[18]

ICANN 41 in Singapore

Zmarialai Wafa – Afghanistan – Government, Sinawong Sang – Cambodia – Government, Baasansuren Burmaa – Mongolia – Business Sector, Kashif Elahi Bhatti – Pakistan – Government, Waqar Azeem – Pakistan – Academic, Andrew Molivurae – Vanuatu – Civil Society, Sivasubramanian Muthusamy – India – Civil Society, Amrita Choudhury – India – Civil Society, S. Paramanandan – India – Civil Society, Joy Moeangoha Abia – Solomon Islands – Business Sector, Sonny Zulhuda – Malaysia – Academic, Terry Ieli Rupeni – Fiji – Academic, Alejandra Reynoso Barral – Guatemala – Academic, Martinez Vanegas Victor Manuel – Mexico – Government (GAC representative), Fatima Cambronero – Argentina – Civil Society, Natalia Enciso Benítez – Paraguay – Civil Society, Gustavo Peña-Quiñones – Colombia – End User Group, Khoudia Gueye SY – Senegal – Academic, Kamukoko Chris Tshimanga – Congo – Civil Society (ccNSO), Yousef Sarairah – Jordan – Government, Valery Trufanau – Belarus – Civil Society, Sorina Teleanu – Romania – Government (GAC representative), Saso Dimitrijoski – Macedonia – Academic, Siranush Vardanyan – Armenia – User Group[19]

ICANN 40 in Silicon Valley

Joseph Mandjolo Mush – DRC, Rommel Natividad – Marshall Islands, Richard Cheng – Hong Kong (Honorary fellow funded by DotAsia), Carlos Rodrigo Saucedo Linares – Bolivia, Naveed Ul-Haq – Pakistan, Shefqet Meda – Albania, Mohammad Thawabeh – Jordan, Mohammed Al-Dhaifi – Yemen, Jorge Patino – Bolivia, Behnam Esfahbod – Iran, Sivasubramanian Muthusamy – India, Michelle Qinyan – Hong Kong (Honorary fellow funded by DotAsia), Mercy Chipata – Malawi, Oksana Prykhodko – Ukraine, Wilson Abigaba – Uganda, Anupam Agrawal – India, Jennifer Anson – Palau, Lyndel McDonald – Jamaica, Lira Samykbaeva – Kyrgyz Republic, Jose Arce – Argentina, Amr Elsadr – Egypt, Nabeel Al-Fayoumi – Jordan, Zmarialai Wafa – Afghanistan, Fahd Batayneh – Jordan, Pastor Peters Omoragbon – Nigeria, Salieu Taal – The Gambia[20]

ICANN 39 in Cartagena

Sorina Teleanu - Romania - Gov't, Fatima Cambronero - Argentina - Civil Society/ALAC, Siaosi Sovaleni - Fiji - Gov't, Mistura Aruna - Nigeria - Gov't, Yousef Sarairah - Jordan - Gov't, Jorge Raul Cabanas Acevedo - Paraguay - Academic/ASO Towela Jere - South Africa - Gov't Jose Arce - Argentina - Gov't/ALAC Tracy Hackshaw - Trinidad and Tobago - Gov't/GAC Antonio Moreiras - Brazil - User Group Jean Marie Altema - Haiti - Civil Society/ALAC Julian Alfonso Casabuenas Gallo - Columbia - Civil Society/ASO Maria Dolores Puy - Argentina - Academic/ALAC Esther Yolanda Lizana Puelles - Peru - Academic/ALAC Jacqueline Morris - Trinidad and Tobago - Civil Society/ALAC Beatriz Rodriguez - Uruguay - Academic Baasansuren Burmaa - Mongolia - Business Gabriela Szlak - Argentina - Business Gladys Maria Patricia Farina Larrosa - Paraguay - Civil Society Raquel Gatto - Brazil - Academic Maureen Hilyard - Cook Islands - Civil Society[21]

ICANN 38 in Brussels

Rustam Yunusov – Uzbekistan – Gov't Yashar Hajiyev – Azerbaijan – Civil Society Alla Ulgu – Moldova – Gov't Adriatik Allamani – Albania – Gov't Shefquet Meda – Albania – Gov't Sorina Teleanu – Romania – Gov't Timur Hasanov – Tajikistan – Business Mohammed Al-Dhaifi – Yemen – Gov't Shaarawy AbdelBaky – Egypt – Civil Society Mahire Kar – Turkey – Gov't Mustafa Unver – Turkey – Gov't Gabriel Ndow – Gambia – Gov't Hago Dafalla – Sudan – Academic Zmarialai Wafa – Afghanistan – Gov't Dwi Simanungkalit – Indonesia – Gov't Jennifer Louise Anson – Palau – Gov't Victor Manuel Martinez Vanegas – Mexico – Gov't Jessica Calvo – Costa Rica – Academic Raquel Gatto – Brazil – Academic Carlos Rodrigo Saucedo Linares – Bolivia – Gov't Allison Albertha Jean – Saint Lucia – Gov't Blaise Arbouet – Haiti – Business Jean Marie Altema – Haiti – Business David Kinsaka Nduenga – Democratic Republic of Congo – Gov't[22]

ICANN 37 in Nairobi

Mohab Altlaity – Egypt Berry Amol – Papua New Guinea Fouad Riaz Bajwa – Pakistan Maria Antonieta Chavarria Quesada – Costa Rica Amr Elsadr – Egypt Charles Gaye – Liberia Sarmad Hussain – Pakistan Annabel Sake Kangombe – Zambia Assa Simbara Mariko – Mali Guebre Moussa – Burkina Faso Abibu Rashid Ntahigiye – Tanzania Towela Nyirenda-Jere – South Africa Peters Omoragbon – Nigeria Pierre Claver Ntamushobora – Rwanda Nelly Stoyanova – Bulgaria Khoudia Gueye Sy – Senegal Alioune Badara Traoré – Mali Vitus Foli Aborogu – Ghana Moataz Shaarawy – Egypt Natalia Enciso Benítez – Paraguay[23]

ICANN 36 in Seoul

Shaarawy Abdel-Baky – Egypt Abdisalan Abdi – Indonesia Eric Akumiah – Ghana Diana Almahasneh – Jordan Stanley Angus Osao – Papua New Guinea Blaise Arbouet – Haiti George Asare Sakyi – Ghana Yaovi Athoun – Ghana Fouad Riaz Bajwa – Pakistan Dalsie Green Baniala – Vanuatu Bhakta Bdr Bomjan – Bhutan Ibrohim Djuraev – Uzbekistan Amr Elsadr – Egypt Natalia Enciso Benítez – Paraguay Gerard Metsan – Vanuatu Yuanyuan Guan – China Tracy Hackshaw – Trinidad and Tobago Ivo Ivanovski – Macedonia Marina Kalashnikova – Kazakhstan Adam Juma Mambi – Tanzania Muhammad Aimal Marjan – Afghanistan Richard Misech – Palau Tepua Ngamata – Cook Islands Djalolatdin Rakhimov Imran Ahmed Shah – Pakistan Dwi Simanungkalit – Indonesia Naranchimeg Tumurbaatar – Mongolia Rasha Hameed – Iraq Nelly Stoyanova – Bulgaria Jolden Johnnyboy – Federated State of Micronesia[24]

ICANN 35 in Sydney

Shefqet Meda – Albania Ruben Raul Diaz Silva – Ecuador Enkhbold Gombo – Mongolia Blaise Arbouet – Haiti Siranush Vardanyan – Armenia Hago Elteraifi Mohamed Dafalla – Sudan Richard Misech – Palau Karlene Collette Francis – Jamaica Vincent Ikovo Ngundi – Kenya Pokotoa Ikiua Lalotoa Sipeli – Niue Bayani Benjamin Lara – Phillippines Naveed Ul-Haq Royderitz James Tati – Solomon Islands Alioune Badara Traoré – Mali Dalsie Baniala – Vanuatu Ajit Sharma – Fiji Diana Al-Mahasneh – Jordan Jeremy Mark Whyte – Jamaica Scanland Pua Misiepo – Niue Laeimau Oketevi Tanuvasa – Samoa Mohammed Al-Dhaifi – Yemen Tracy Hackshaw – Trinidad and Tobago Sakaio Manoa – Tuvalu Rasha Hameed – Iraq Baudouin Schombe – Democratic Republic of Congo Nelly Stoyanova – Bulgaria Baasansuren Burmaa – Mongolia Charles Gaye – Liberia David Nduenga Kinsaki – Democratic Republic of Congo Adriatik Allamani – Albania Jorge Raul Cabana Acevedo – Paraguay Michel Stephane Bruno – Haiti[25]

ICANN 34 in Mexico City

Monica Susanna Abalo Laforgia – Argentina Diana Almahasneh – Jordan Dina Barakat – Egypt Tatiana Chirev – Moldova Arnold Chetty – Seychelles Jose Dominguez – Dominican Republic Karlene Collette Francis – Jamaica Charles Gaye – Liberia Rayman Khan – Guyana Diana Lezama – Honduras Atef Loukil – Tunisa Mahawish Masud – Pakistan Scan Mitiepo – Niue Tepua Ngamata – Cook Islands Jorge Alejandro Patino Cordova – Bolivia Alicia Trinidad Paz Meza – Honduras Natalia Rosario Perez – Belize Maria Monica Solino Platero – Uruguay Denzil West – Montserrat[26]

ICANN 33 in Cairo

Luis Arancibia – Chile Pensri Arunwatanamongkol – Thailand Mohamed Tijani Ben Jemaa – Tunisia Eduardo Botero – Columbia Arnold Chetty – Seychelles Albert Daniels – St. Lucia Ruben Raul Diaz Silva – Ecuador Yassin El Shazly – Egypt Juan Jose Gonzalez Mijares – Mexico Rasha Hameed – Iraq Naveed Ul-Haq – Pakistan Sarmad Hussain – Pakistan Rafael Ibarra – El Salvador David Kinsaka Nduenga – Democratic Republic of Congo Jean Philemon Kissangou – Democratic Republic of Congo Souleymane Oumtanaga – Cote d’Ivoire Ruth Puente – Uruguay Fuatai Purcell – Samoa Reza Salim – Bangladesh Baudouin Schombe – Democratic Republic of Congo Ajit Sharma – Fiji Aloyce Simon Menda – United Republic of Tanzania Mohammad Thawabeh – Jordan Ahmed Ali Ugas – Somalia Siranush Vardanyan – Armenia Jeremy Whyte – Jamaica Rustam Yunosov – Uzbekistan[27]

ICANN 32 in Paris

Tatiana Chirev – Moldova Sokol Haxhiu – Albania Khalil Rakhmanov – Tajikistan Arnold Chetty – Seychelles Aouaouche El-Maouhab – Algeria Felix Ndayirukiye – Burundi Paulos Nyirenda – Malawi Dina Barakat – Egypt Fahd Batayneh – Jordan Michel Stephane Bruno – Haiti Jeremy Mark Whyte – Jamaica Clara Angela Collado Vilorio – Dominican Republic Edna Samudio – Panama Baasansuren Burmaa – Mongolia Pensri Arunwatanamongkol – Thailand[28]

ICANN 31 in New Delhi

Stanley Osao Sarmad Hussein Margarita Valdes Nelly Stoyanova Eswari Prasad Sharma Rachida Fakhri Jouhari Siranush Vardanyan Sam Groundar Ashwin Nand Baasansuren Bolomaa Ajit Sharma Reza Salim Ghazwa Malhas Souleymane Oumtanaga Aboubacar Cisse Albert Daniels Mohammad Thawabeh Royderitz James[29]

ICANN 30 in Los Angeles

Janice Douma Lange Jorge Raul Cabanas Acevedo Atef Loukil Jessica Calvo Edna Samudio Tatiana Chirev Gao Mosweu Harbert Tom Marvin Castaneda Khalil Rakhmanov Antonio Godinho Luis Roberto Furlan Collver Carthney Laukon Michel Stephane Bruno Abdoulaye Diakite Faig Farmanov Timur Hasanov Ahmed Al-Qaifi Alireza Saleh Haidar Fraihat Rayman Khan Vladimir Aleksic Denzil West David Main[30]

ICANN 29 in San Juan

Bakurally Abdoos Samad - Republic of Mauritius Atef Loukil - Tunisia Gaongalelwe G. Mosweu - Botswana Jean Robert Hountomey - Togo Paulos Nyirenda - Malawi Albert Daniels - St. Lucia Andrew Mancey - Guyana Bevil Wooding - Trinidad and Tobago Charles Glasgow - Trinidad and Tobago Christian Chu Fook - Grenada Deirdre Williams - St. Lucia Denzil West - Montserrat Dwight Horsford - Grenada Jeremy Whyte - Jamaica Max Larson Henry - Haiti Rayman Khan - Guyana Rudolph Daniel - St. Vincent and the Grenadines Shivase Singh - Guyana Stéphane Bruno - Haiti Ronald Straker - Grenada Tatiana Chirev - Moldova Antonio Quirarte - Mexico Enrique Arrieta-Noguera - Colombia Leopoldo Brandt Graterol - Venezuela Olga Cavalli - Argentina Ricardo Vaz Monteiro - Brazil Rodrigo de la Parra - Mexico Virginia Paque - Venezuela Khalil Rakhmanov - Tajikistan Basanta Krishna Shrestha - Nepal Lynnold Misifea Wini - Solomon Islands Simon Greaves - Fiji Tapugao Falefou - Tuvalu[31]

References

  1. ICANN fellowship Program
  2. Minutes, ICANN.org
  3. SAN Juan ICANN Fellowship Program
  4. Mission
  5. Responsibilities
  6. Fellowship Committee
  7. Criteria
  8. https://www.icann.org/news/announcement-2015-03-06-en
  9. Fellowships ICANN.org; Retrieved 24 November 2014
  10. ICANN Fellows Announced for ICANN Los Angeles ICANN.org; Retrieved 21 July 2014
  11. https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/losangeles51-attendees-2014-10-27-en
  12. Announcement 12 Aug 13, ICANN.org Retrieved 18 Sept 2013
  13. Durban 47 Attendees, ICANN.org Retrieved 18 Sept 2013
  14. [1] Retrieved 18 sept 2013
  15. Toronto 2012 Fellows
  16. Prague Fellows
  17. Costa Rica Fellows
  18. Dakar, Senegal Fellows
  19. ICANN Fellowship
  20. Silicon Valley Fellows
  21. Cartagena Fellows
  22. Brussels Fellows
  23. Nairobi Fellows
  24. Seoul Fellows
  25. Sydney Fellows
  26. Mexico City Fellows
  27. Cairo Fellows
  28. Paris Fellows
  29. New Delhi Fellows
  30. Los Angeles Fellows
  31. San Juan Fellows