Annette Mühlberg

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Affiliation: United Services Union
Country: Germany
Email: annette.muehlberg [at] web.de
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ICANNLogo.png Currently a member
of ICANN's EURALO


Userboxcards.png Featured in the ICANN 41 - Singapore playing card deck


ICANNLogo.png Formerly a member
of ICANN's ALAC


Annette Muehlberg is based in Berlin, and is one of the European representatives, and former Chair, of the At-Large Advisory Committee. She is deeply interested in public infrastructure policies and conceptualizing IT-infrastructure as a public good.

Annette works at the headquarters of the United Services Union as head of eGovernment[1], New Media and Public Management, where she helps employees and managers to build and implement e-government in a democratic way.

She is also co-chair of the Network New Media and was very active at the World Summit on The Information Society.

As a member of the ALAC, Annette wants to make ICANN more transparent, end-user oriented and increase user involvement in ICANN’s decision making processes. Her motto is "From ICANN to WECANN – WE Care about Assigned Names and Numbers."

Career History

  • Annette is currently the United Service Union’s Head of eGovernment.
  • She is also a member of the Enquête-Commission of the German Bundestag (Parliament). This commission focuses on the role of an internet and digitally based society.
  • She is a member of the EURALO Board at ICANN.
  • Internship at the United Nations Development Fund for Women in New York.[2]

Publications

Annette Muehlberg is co-author of the German document, ‘Charter of Civil Rights for a Sustainable Knowledge Society.’

References

  1. LinkedIn. Updated 2015 June 23.
  2. Gipfelthemen.de