|Email:||mwangi [at] isoc.org|
He has a diploma is Computer Analysis and Design from Data Center College in Nairobi, Kenya. At AfNOG, he has recieved additional training in Scalable Network infrastructure and services .
In 2008, Mwangi joined ISOC to help promote Internet in the Developing Areas of World. Prior to joining ISOC, he worked as an Internet Technology Consultant. Earlier in his career, he served as the Administrative Manager at .KE registry (KENIC) and as the President of the African Top Level Domain (AfTLD) Association. He participated in the the anycast deployment of the .com, .net, F, and J root servers in Kenya, as well as other key infrastructure deployments in Africa.
- The African Peering and Interconnection Landscape
- Internet Exchange Points: Lowering Costs and Promoting Internet Development
- An Overview of African Internet Exchange
- ISOC and Internet Governance