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

Frederic Teboul frederic.teboul at icann.org
Wed Apr 9 05:53:27 EDT 2008

Hello and thank you all so much for your warm welcome,

I am looking forward to working with you and I remain at your disposal for any further information or clarifications, which you might require.

Many thanks and best regards,


Frederic E. Teboul, Ph.D., MBA
Manager for At-Large Regional Affairs
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
Mobile: +33 6 3487 0575
Email: frederic.teboul at icann.org
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Jabber: fredericteboul at gmail.com
Skype: frederic.teboul

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), the 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.

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