Ulkar Bayramova is an ICANN Fellow from ICANN 45 in Toronto, a senior expert in International Relations at the Azerbaijan University of Languages, a member of ISOC, and is involved in ICANN's ALAC. Ulkar speaks Azeri, English, Russian, Turkish, Turkmen, Talysh (a tribal language from the south of Azerbaijan) and Hebrew.
She has been involved with the DiploFoundation as a student with the Next Generation Leaders program. She is the acting Director of a small community grant from ISOC, which is focused on improving minority schools. She has been a 2012 IGF Ambassador.
Ms. Bayramova is a a Ph.D. student researching the Bologna process and the credit point system. She is a Cisco CCNA, and has graduated from online courses on e-learning at Turku and Tallinn Universities. She studied at the Paideia-European Institute for Jewish studies in Stockholm and has worked on NATO, EC IT projects and e-learning projects. She is a graduate of Lankaran State University, Azerbaijan.