Chuck Kisselburg

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Country: USA
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Chuck Kisselburg is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at CommunityDNS.[1] Prior to joining CommunityDNS, Kisselburg was the director of, the previous version of this website, which aimed to provide information to make ICANN more transparent.[2]

Chuck also contributes to CircleID.[3]

Career History

Chuck is the former Director of,[4] a site focused on providing information through global collaboration while fostering transparency and positive growth for those within the ICANN community. As Director, Chuck's responsibilities included fundraising, marketing/PR, program and project management, as well as client engagement/relationship management and community management. Chuck's community covered the global name space; specifically ICANN, Internet Governance, registry, registrars, and domainer communities.

Chuck came to from RAINS, a non-profit, public/private partnership dedicated to creating programs for the sharing of sensitive information in a highly secure environment. As program manager, Chuck was responsible for driving growth and use of the program, a collaborative program that gained attention internationally.

Prior to RAINS, Chuck was IS Manager for CorVel Corporation, a nationwide healthcare corporation. With the exception of coding, Chuck was responsible for all corporate technology for 198 offices across 49 states. Chuck and his team were responsible for Internet engineering and infrastructure, LAN, WAN, VPN, systems, corporate messaging, network security as well as disaster mitigation and recovery.

Chuck also worked with Compuserve, a large-scale, wide area networking organization, as a Regional Network Technical Manager for both the Western as well as Transaction Services regions.

He started out his career as a Data Communications Analyst for ASK.[5]


Chuck holds a BS degree in Business Administration and Information Systems from California State University, San Francisco.[6]


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