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'''Bertrand de la Chapelle''' is the Executive Director of the global multistakeholder policy network Internet & Jurisdiction.   
 
'''Bertrand de la Chapelle''' is the Executive Director of the global multistakeholder policy network Internet & Jurisdiction.   
  

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Country: France
LinkedIn: LinkedInIcon.png   Bertrand de la Chapelle
ICANNLogo.png Formerly a member
of the ICANN Board

Bertrand de la Chapelle is the Executive Director of the global multistakeholder policy network Internet & Jurisdiction.

He is a former member of the Board of Directors at ICANN. From 2006 to 2010, he was France’s Thematic Ambassador and Special Envoy for the Information Society, participating in all WSIS follow-up activities and Internet governance processes, including in particular the Internet Governance Forum (IGF), and was a Vice-Chair of ICANN’s Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC). Between 2002 and 2005, he actively participated in the World Summit on the Information society (WSIS) to promote dialogue among civil society, private sector and governments, including as Director of the collaborative platform WSIS-online. An engineer, diplomat and civil society actor, he also has nine years of private sector experience, including as co-founder and President of Virtools, now a subsidiary of Dassault Systèmes.

INTERNET & JURISDICTION

Internet & Jurisdiction is the global multistakeholder policy network addressing the tension between the cross-border Internet and national jurisdictions. It facilitates a global policy process to enable transnational cooperation and preserve the global character of the Internet. Founded in 2012, the policy network engages key entities from different stakeholder groups around the world. Internet & Jurisdiction helps catalyze the development of shared cooperation frameworks and policy standards that are as transnational as the Internet itself in order to promote legal interoperability and establish due process across borders.[1]

ICANN

He was appointed to the ICANN Board by the Nominating Committee, starting in 2010 and serving through the Annual General Meeting of 2013.[2] He was known as one of the most active and vocal on ICANN's Board of Directors.[3]

Mr. de la Chapelle has excused himself at least once from voting on issues related to ICANN's new gTLD program as per a conflict of interests policy passed in 2011.[4]

His long career of representing the French government at international ICT fora included time spent on ICANN's Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC), where he also served as Vice-Chair.[5]

Videos

Watch Bertran de la Chapelle, along with other familiar ICANN participants, discuss the Multistakeholder Model. The video was produced with help from Google at ICANN 44 in June, 2012, in Prague.

Past Work

Bertrand de la Chapelle has held many positions in the French government and represented it in many international forums. His first post in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was as in charge of the German Desk, which was responsible for French-German relationships. He went on to work in the Ministry in a variety of capacities.

In 1993 he co-founded Virtools and was the CEO of the company until 1998. The company provides a leading development environment for 3D interactive content. Around this time he also founded the consulting department of a leading French technology monitoring firm.[6]

Beginning in1998 he was a Member of the G-8 Digital Opportunities Task Force (DOT Force), one of the first multi-stakeholder efforts in the field of ICTs. From 2006 until 2010 he served as France's Thematic Ambassador and Special Envoy for the Information Society. This saw him working with a number of international organizations, including sustained work with the World Summit of the Internet Society (WSIS), where he also served as the Director OpenWSIS / WSIS-Online. He represented the French government in the Information Society and Internet Governance Forum (IGF). His work with the IGF saw him participating in its Multi-Stakeholder Advisory Group.[7][8]

Education

He received his education from the Ecole Nationale d'Administration, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris and Ecole Polytechnique.[9]

References