Anass Sedrati is a Moroccan Telecommunications engineer with an ongoing interest in Internet Governance. He is currently a Business Technologist at Bintess. Before that, he was a research fellow at Portulans Institute. He has combined this professional activity with his personal interests and with online activism in various social media. He is interested in issues related to Internet governance and human rights specifically in the MENA region. He participated in ICANN 55.
Anass was born in Salé  in Morocco. He has lived in three different countries (Morocco, France and Sweden) and has visited more than 25 others. He is very involved in Internet-related issues, as he is a frequent user of the web. Since human rights issues regarding the net can happen from time to time, he believes that "aware" young people should contribute to the democratization process.
Anass likes to practice sports, especially martial arts and football.
Anass holds two engineering degrees from Telecom ParisTech and KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) in Stockholm. Anass also studied for a Bachelor's in International Relations within MENA region at the University of Stockholm.
- ICANN 55 Interview