Caleb Olumuyiwa Ogundele
|Organization:||African Academic Network on Internet Policy|
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Caleb Olumuyiwa Ogundele is an ICANN 60, & 61 Fellowship recipient.
ICANN and Internet Governance Experience
Caleb Ogundele participated as a Fellow at ICANN60 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates and returned as a fellow and a first-time coach to ICANN61 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. His involvement with ICANN includes the Non-commercial Stakeholder Group (NCSG), Non-commercial Users Constituency (NCUC),Not-for-Profit Operational Concerns Constituency (NPOC), ATLARGE and AFRALO.
A former team lead of the Information Technology Unit for the University of Ibadan, Distance Learning Centre and currently a Project Manager at the African Academic Network on Internet Policy hosted by the Ibadan School of Government and Public Policy which is focused on Academic Research and Development in the area of policy interventions in the area of growth of the internet from a multi-stakeholders perceptive.
He has served his local internet community in different fora and capacity which include but not limited to the ISOC, NGNOG and AFNOG communities where he participated and volunteered within some of these communities as a Web Technologies and Google Apps Tutorial Instructor in the AFNOG tutorial sessions.
As a result of the ICANN Fellowship, he got more exposure in his local internet community and Caleb is currently the Programme Secretary of the ISOC Nigerian Chapter.
Caleb possesses a number of industry/professional certifications as well as two Masters degree in Computer Systems and Information Science from the Premier University of Ibadan
Caleb's participation in different fora within the internet space has seen his contribution on internet governance policy issues ranging from data privacy, Copyright and IPs and Cyber Security, sustainable access, digital rights, media literacy, and development & capacity and other internet related issues that affects the continent and by extension Nigeria.