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'''Glenn McKnight''' has been involved with Internet Issues for the past twenty years working with the Durham Freenet and managing the VOLNET program in Toronto to reach out to non-profits in training and connectivity. McKnight is with the Foundation for Building Sustainable Communities, which joined [[ICANN]]'s [[NARALO]] in 2009. He attended the first [[ALAC]] Atlas event in Mexico City.
 
'''Glenn McKnight''' has been involved with Internet Issues for the past twenty years working with the Durham Freenet and managing the VOLNET program in Toronto to reach out to non-profits in training and connectivity. McKnight is with the Foundation for Building Sustainable Communities, which joined [[ICANN]]'s [[NARALO]] in 2009. He attended the first [[ALAC]] Atlas event in Mexico City.
  
 
== Involvement with ICANN ==
 
== Involvement with ICANN ==
Current Chair of NARALO
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*previous Chair of NARALO
 
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*previous Vice Chair for Outreach and Engagement  
Vice Chair for Outreach and Engagement  
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*previous Vice Chair for the Technology Taskforce  
 
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*Past Secretariat  
Vice Chair for the Technology Taskforce  
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*previous ALAC Member
 
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*NARALO delegate on the [[NomCom]]  
-Past Secretariat  
 
 
 
-Past ALAC Member
 
 
 
-Serves on the [[NomCom]]  
 
  
 
=== Other committee work ===
 
=== Other committee work ===
- Accessibility Working Group and Social Media Group
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Accessibility Working Group and Social Media Group
  
 
At [[ICANN 42]] in Dakar he was filmed a promotional video for NARALO. He is also involved in the [[WSIS]], and the [[IEEE]].<ref>[[ICANN 42]] Interview</ref><ref>[http://ebookbrowse.com/ieee-canada-initiatives-glenn-mcknight-alfredo-herrera-ppt-d115661824 Presentation, IEEE, ebookbrowse.com]</ref>
 
At [[ICANN 42]] in Dakar he was filmed a promotional video for NARALO. He is also involved in the [[WSIS]], and the [[IEEE]].<ref>[[ICANN 42]] Interview</ref><ref>[http://ebookbrowse.com/ieee-canada-initiatives-glenn-mcknight-alfredo-herrera-ppt-d115661824 Presentation, IEEE, ebookbrowse.com]</ref>
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Region: North America
Country: Canada
Email: mcknight.glenn [at] gmail.com
Website:

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ICANNLogo.png Formerly a member
of ICANN's NomCom


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of ICANN's NARALO

Glenn McKnight has been involved with Internet Issues for the past twenty years working with the Durham Freenet and managing the VOLNET program in Toronto to reach out to non-profits in training and connectivity. McKnight is with the Foundation for Building Sustainable Communities, which joined ICANN's NARALO in 2009. He attended the first ALAC Atlas event in Mexico City.

Involvement with ICANN

  • previous Chair of NARALO
  • previous Vice Chair for Outreach and Engagement
  • previous Vice Chair for the Technology Taskforce
  • Past Secretariat
  • previous ALAC Member
  • NARALO delegate on the NomCom

Other committee work

Accessibility Working Group and Social Media Group

At ICANN 42 in Dakar he was filmed a promotional video for NARALO. He is also involved in the WSIS, and the IEEE.[1][2] He is also the Secretariat/Treasurer for ISOC Canada Chapter

He has shot hundreds of hours of video and thousands of photos at the various ICANN events

APRALO Showcase

[3]

Fun Fact

Mr. McKnight is volunteers with the world's largest zombie walk. He is currently creating a charitable book detailing how to make-up for haunts and haunted theaters.[4]

References