|Region:||Latin America and the Caribbean|
|Country:||Saint Vincent and The Grenadines|
Roxanne John is a public servant with the Government of St.Vincent and the Grenadines since September 2003. She currently manages a World Bank-funded regional ICT programme-Caribbean Regional Communications Infrastructure Program (CARCIP).
She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Economics (with honours) at the Cave Hill Campus, Barbados and holds a Master of Arts in Economics (with merit) from McGill University, Canada.
She is the founder and president of Internet Society St. Vincent and the Grenadines Chapter. Also, an ARIN39 fellow for ARINI 39 meeting held April 2017 in New Orleans and ICANN60 Fellow fro ICANN public meeting held October 2017 in Abu Dhabi.
Her interests are in Internet Governance, internet exchange point (IXP), internet security. She is a member of the ICANN At-Large public interest working group.