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Paul Brigner is the Director of Technology Policy for the Chamber of Digital Commerce and a Senior Fellow at the Blockchain and Cybersecurity Research Centers at Georgetown University.
Brigner is a lawyer and a technologist. From March 2012 to November 2015, Brigner was the North American Regional Bureau Director for the Internet Society, where he coordinated activities in the North American region. He provided input on a range of the organization's operational activities, including public policy, technology, capacity building, and membership and resource development. One of his key iniatives was livestreaming Internet Society events in North America.
Amongst his proudest life achievements are having had six diverse careers:
- Photographer / videographer
- Soldier (U.S. Army)
- Fitness instructor
- Software developer/architect
- ISOC regional bureau director (a category of its own!)
Brigner especially likes learning about new technologies, especially ones where he can have hands-on experience, and really enjoys photography and videography.
- ICANNWiki - ICANN 53 Buenos Aires Intake Form. Retrieved 2015 July 8.