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[council] Rosemary Sinclair's update to SOI

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  • From: Glen de Saint Géry <Glen@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2011 04:09:21 -0700
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Rosemary Sinclair's updated statement of interest

Date:  22 Jun 2011

On 7 July 2011 I was appointed Chair, Regional Telecommunications Inquiry 
Review Team by the Australian Government for 2011-2012. This is a part-time 

I was appointed Director, External Relations at the Australian School of 
Business (ASB) at the University of New South Wales in May 2011. This position 
includes responsibility for the ASB website and web strategy including use of 
social media tools among 60,000 Alumni.  
I am immediate past Chair, INTUG (International Telecommunications Users 
Group). I have represented INTUG as Head of Delegation to APECTEL and Expert 
Adviser at OECD CISP meetings.
I have been a Demand Class Board Member of auDA since October 2009.
In 2008 the Australian Government reviewed the participation of consumer groups 
in communications policy development and implementation in Australia. I was 
part of a multi-stakeholder group involved in reviewing existing arrangements 
and proposing a new structure, responsibilities and funding base for a new 
organisation, ACCAN - the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network.
>From 2003-2010, I organized ATUG's Regional Roadshow has involved visiting 
>over 75 towns throughout Australia, travelling over 100,000 kms and speaking 
>with over 3500 community members about the availability and potential of 
>advanced communications services. A specific focus was the Internet and 
>e-security. People of all backgrounds attended the town events - local 
>government, older citizens, young students, parents, local business operators, 
>farmers. The shared vision was high quality communications and online services 
>in the remotest parts of Australia.
In the future more and more effective use of communications by these groups 
will depend on the Internet - this is the basis of my interest in participating 
in the work of ICANN.

Glen de Saint Géry
GNSO Secretariat

Attachment: RSinc SOI.doc
Description: RSinc SOI.doc

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