KEY MESSAGE: Internet Society North American Bureau

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 Sample Questions: What are the Internet Society’s goals and intentions with its regional bureaus? How will the North American operate and what will the North American Bureau do? 


The North American bureau will provide additional support for, and closer working relationships with, Internet Society corporate partners, the thousands of individual members, and nine Chapters in North America. It will also provide the global Internet Society community with a close connection with important Internet-related decision makers and emerging issues in North America. The bureau is led by Sally Wentworth, an Internet Society staff member who works closely with members and Chapters. 


The Internet Society’s North American Bureau: 

·       Will help extend in the North American context ISOC’s work on important issues that have implications for the global Internet.

·       Aims to strengthen and broaden relationships with key stakeholders at continental and national institutional levels 

·       Promotes the Internet Model among key decision and policy makers 

·       Provides the Internet Society and the Internet technical community with intelligence on developments in North America, identifying opportunities and developments relevant to or impacting Internet Society Members and Internet Society strategic initiatives 

·       Provides strategic advice on issues pertaining to the health of the Internet in the North America 

·       Is part of an initiative by Internet Society to establish bureaus in regions around the world. These include Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, and North America. 

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