Renata Aquino Ribeiro

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Affiliation: GNSO
Region: Latin America and the Caribbean
Country: Brazil
Email: raquino[at]

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Renata Aquino Ribeiro is an independent researcher and professor, one of the founders of E.I. Collective, and serves on the Executive Committee of the Non-Commercial Users Constituency.

Elected in Nov 2017 to be the NCUC Chair. She was the 1st Global Indigenous Ambassador Program Mentor, an initiative by ICANN At-Large for ICANN 60. At Internet Freedom Festival 2017, a fellow in the Regions and Groups track. Also part of the MAG IGF – Multistakeholder Advisory Group in the Internet Governance Forum promoted by the United Nations, representing Civil Society in 2016, 2017 and 2018. In 2015, she was a professor in the IT Campus at Quixadá City in Federal University of Ceará (UFC), Brazil. [1]

She is involved with the internet governance space through research and consultancy with other universities.[1]

ICANN 53 in Buenos Aires was her first ICANN Meeting; she has also attended EGI, and multiple times the Brazilian IGF.[1]

In 2014, Dr. Ribeiro was a researcher in social development, technology and education at the Business and Economics Faculty (FEAAC) at UFC. For the last decade, following the internet governance debates such as regional IGFs and ICANN 53 participation as a fellow, Brazilian Internet School of Governance 2014 fellow, South School of Internet Governance 2015 fellow and LACRALO ALS Nexti participant and NCUC participant in ICANN. She has a Ph.D. completed in 2012 in Education: Curriculum as a part of the research group in Technologies in Education at Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP). Ribeiro is also a Master of Arts in Hypermedia from the University of Westminster (UK – 2003), validated in Brazil through the University of São Paulo (USP). Her bachelor's degree is in Journalism from PUC-SP (1998).


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 ICANNWiki - ICANN 53 Buenos Aires Intake Form. Retrieved 2015 July 7.