|Region:||Latin America and the Caribbean|
|Country:||Trinidad and Tobago|
Sheba Mohammid is an ICT Policy Specialist and currently works at the National ICT Company, Government of Trinidad and Tobago (iGovTT). At iGovTT she contributes to major Policy considerations surrounding e-Legislative reform and creating an enabling Policy & Legislative Environment.
Sheba lectures the South American and Mainland Caribbean Group on the Diplo Capacity Building Programme on Internet Governance.
Sheba was a panelist, moderator and participant at the IGF 2009 and IGF 2010. Sheba is a member of ISOC.
She was a Local Expert in The Training Workshop in Internet Governance and ICT Policy for ACP countries conducted by DiploFoundation which focused on Caribbean ICT policy and challenges.
Sheba has attended the LACNIC Caribbean 2 meeting held at Trinidad and Tobago.
She has signed a petition which requests Secretary-General of the United Nations to set up the working group on improvements to the Internet Governance Forum in an open and inclusive process that ensures a mechanism for the full and active participation of governments, the private sector and civil society from both developing and developed countries.
Sheba has graduated from the University of Manchester.