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'''Ndeye Maimouna Diop Diagne''' is the ICT Director at Senegal's Ministry of Post, Telecommunications and ICT.<ref>Interview at San Francisco ICANN Meeting, March 2011</ref>  
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'''Ndeye Maimouna Diop Diagne''' is the ICT Director at Senegal's Ministry of Post, Telecommunications and ICT.<ref>[[ICANN 40]] Interview</ref>  
  
 
Diop Diagne serves as one of Senegal's Representatives in [[ICANN]]'s [[GAC]],<ref>[http://gac.icann.org/gac-representatives GAC Representatives]</ref> is Vice-Chair of the Senegalese Chapter of Internet Society ([[ISOC]]) and Chair of the Senegalese [[IPv6 Forum]]. She is also a member of the Observatoire sur les Systèmes d'Information, les Réseaux et les Inforoutes au Sénégal ([[OSIRIS]])., and takes part in the Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE).<ref>[http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/index.php/diop IGF Forum Profile]</ref>
 
Diop Diagne serves as one of Senegal's Representatives in [[ICANN]]'s [[GAC]],<ref>[http://gac.icann.org/gac-representatives GAC Representatives]</ref> is Vice-Chair of the Senegalese Chapter of Internet Society ([[ISOC]]) and Chair of the Senegalese [[IPv6 Forum]]. She is also a member of the Observatoire sur les Systèmes d'Information, les Réseaux et les Inforoutes au Sénégal ([[OSIRIS]])., and takes part in the Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE).<ref>[http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/index.php/diop IGF Forum Profile]</ref>

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Country: Senegal
Email: mayediop [at] gmail.com


Ndeye Maimouna Diop Diagne is the ICT Director at Senegal's Ministry of Post, Telecommunications and ICT.[1]

Diop Diagne serves as one of Senegal's Representatives in ICANN's GAC,[2] is Vice-Chair of the Senegalese Chapter of Internet Society (ISOC) and Chair of the Senegalese IPv6 Forum. She is also a member of the Observatoire sur les Systèmes d'Information, les Réseaux et les Inforoutes au Sénégal (OSIRIS)., and takes part in the Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE).[3]

Career History

From 2000 to 2004, Ndeye worked as a technical advisor on ICT for the Senegalese Government. Prior to this, she helped install and administrate the national IP Backbone for the Senegalese Telecommunications Company. She has been a computer engineer since 1994.[4]

Education

She holds a degree in Data Processing, Computer Science Engineering and Technology, and has received training on Internet Governance from the Diplo Foundation.[5]

References