|Email:||bnkuerbi [at] syr.edu|
He completed his doctorate at Syracuse University's School of Information Studies, and hold a B.A. in International Affairs from the University of Colorado, and a MBA/MS in Information Technology from the University of Denver. 
Before joining IGP, he worked in product development positions with a civic communications startup and Level(3) Communications.
Work With The IGP
Brenden Kuerbis is a regular contributor to and co-editor of the IGP blog; and does research on the political economy of global internet policy, particularly with regard to its security and governance. He is currently analyzing the development and deployment of DNS and routing technical standards pertaining to securing critical internet resources (e.g., DNSSEC, RPKI) using principal-agent delegation and standardization theory, and both historical and social network analysis methods. Some of his other projects are the governance of global identity systems (e.g., service provider identity (SPID)), and social network analysis of transnational policy advocates related to the area of Internet governance.
Several of his works has been presented at TPRC, International Communications Association, International Telecommunications Society, the International Studies Association and appeared in Telecommunications Policy,ISOC, the International Journal of Communication, CircleID, and elsewhere.
IT Forum Work
His job responsibilty at IGP includes following and analyzing the work occurring in global forums such as ICANN, Regional Internet Registries, IETF, ITU-T, the IGF, as well as domestic venues like NTIA and the U.S. Congress. He also actively participates in the Noncommercial Users Constituency within ICANN's policy making body the GNSO, serves as IGP's liaison to the OECD's Civil Society Information Society Advisory Council, and has organized several workshops for the IGF and other venues.