|Stakeholder Group(s):||Civil Society/Non-Governmental|
Jordan Carter is Chief Executive of InternetNZ, a non-profit Internet organisation in New Zealand that is the ccTLD manager for the .nz domain. InternetNZ focuses on a broad "open Internet" agenda with some similarity to ISOC's work.
- InternetNZ - Chief Executive - 2013-present
Jordan leads InternetNZ's staff team and the organisation's delivery of its work programme.
Prior roles included policy positions at InternetNZ, Secretariat Manager for APTLD, consulting roles through a private practice, and a brief period working at the New Zealand Parliament.
ICANN and Internet Governance Participation
- ccNSO Council member (Asia Pacific) 2019-
- ccNSO member
- ccNSO Co-Chair of the CCWG Accountability WS2 2017-2018
- rapporteur on CCWG-Accountability Work Stream 1 (Community Powers) 2014-2016
- rapporteur on CCWG-Accountability Work Stream 2 (Staff Accountability) 2016-2017
- co-chair for ccNSO on CCWG-Internet Governance (2014)
- participant at IGF (2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018)
- participant and panellist at APrIGF (2010)
- M.A. (Distinction) in Political Science - Victoria University of Wellington 2013
- B.A. (Hons) in Political Science - Victoria University of Wellington 2007
- B.Com / B.A. in Economics, Political Studies and Geography - The University of Auckland 2002