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Oumou Sangaré is a young woman computer scientist, passionate about new technologies, accessibility of the Internet, and cyber security.
She is a developer at the TUWINDI Foundation. She is a member of the WomenTechMaker Association of Mali and of the Internet Society (ISOC) chapter of Mali.
ICANN and Internet Governance Participation
She began her journey within the Internet ecosystem at the 11th Internet Governance Forum in December 2016 in Guadalajara, Mexico as Youth@IGF of the Internet Society. She was also a fellow of AFRINIC for the African Internet Summit 2017 in Nairobie, Kenya, and in the same year was a NextGen@ICANN59 for ICANN's 2017 public meeting in johannesburg, South Africa.
She is a student in computer science, wanting to specialize in software engineering.