Desiree Miloshevic

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Desiree Miloshevic is the Senior Advisor of International Affairs and Public Policy at Afilias, as well as the Registry Advisor and Representative for Sapphire Networks, the .gi registry, and Chairperson at DoMEn, the .me registry. She is also a Board Member of EURALO, Co-Chair of the Advisory Council at ISOC, and a Visiting Associate at the Oxford Internet Institute.[1]

At ICANN 42 in Dakar, Senegal, Miloshevic spoke at the the CEO Succession Public Forum, requesting that the process for finding the next ICANN CEO be transparent, and that the applications be made public.[2]

Career History

  • Co-Chair of the Advisory Council, ISOC (November 2010 – Present)
  • Board Member, EURALO (June 2010 – Present)
  • Chairperson, DoMEn (February 2008 – Present)
  • Senior Advisor of International Affairs and Public Policy, Afilias, (December 2001 – Present)
  • .gi Registry Advisor/Representative at CENTR and ICANN's ccNSO, Sapphire Networks (1996 - Present)
  • Visiting Associate, Oxford Internet Institute (July 2011 – July 2012)
  • Advisory Council, Open Rights Group UK (2006 – 2011)
  • Board Member, CPSR (June 2004-2010)
  • Board Member, ISOC (2004 - 2007 and 2007-2010)
  • Visiting Associate, Oxford Internet Institute (September 2008 – September 2009)
  • Member, ICANN NomCom (October 2007- September 2009)
  • Special Advisor to the Chair of the Internet Governance Forum Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) (May 2006 - April 2009)
  • Board Member, EURALO (May 2007 – February 2009)
  • External advisor, .yu Working Group (2000 – 2003)
  • Vice President of Partnerships and Interim Public Policy Director, Virtual Internet Plc (1998 – 2001), worked with .museum and .pro
  • Founder and CEO, Musicbank Networks (Sole Proprietorship) (April 1998 – February 2001)
  • Business Development Manager, Interactive Investor International (1997 – 1998)
  • Hostmaster and Business Development Coordinator, Demon Internet ISP (1993 – 1997)[3]


Desiree studied English Literature at the Department of Philology at the University of Belgrade.[4]