[EURO-Discuss] [At-Large] Welcome Frederic Teboul to the At-Large Staff

Izumi AIZU iza at anr.org
Thu Apr 3 18:21:14 EDT 2008

Welcome Frederic for a brave new world!


2008/4/2, Nick Ashton-Hart <Nick.Ashton-Hart at icann.org>:
> It is my pleasure to introduce you to Frederic Teboul, the new At-Large
> Regional Affairs Manager.
> Born in Marseille, France, he began his career in the French Foreign
> Service in Israel in 1997; he subsequently worked for several parts of the
> United Nations' system from 2000 to 2005 in the Office for the Coordination
> of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), Organisation for Security and Cooperation in
> Europe (OSCE), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the United
> Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS), and the United Nations
> Environment Programme (UNEP) in Geneva, Kosovo, New York and Athens. He
> comes to us most recently from the private sector, where he served as
> Business Development and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Director for
> the third-largest Greek maritime operator.
> His experience in the public and private sectors in a wide variety of
> international decision-making environments, working with governments, civil
> society, and industry stakeholders from more than 200 different countries,
> makes him a valuable addition to the At-Large team in the Policy Unit. He
> will be responsible in particular for supporting the Regional At-Large
> Organisations (RALOs), facilitating their involvement in policy development
> and assisting them in their work representing the individual Internet user
> interest in ICANN.

                        >> Izumi Aizu <<

           Institute for HyperNetwork Society, Oita
           Kumon Center, Tama University, Tokyo
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