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'''Olof Nordling''' is the Director of Service Relations at [[ICANN]] and Branch Manager for the Brussels office.<ref>[http://be.linkedin.com/pub/olof-nordling/1/57/920 LinkedIn]</ref> He is a Swedish national and holds an MSc.<ref>[http://www.icann.org/en/biog/nordling.htm ICANN Staff Bio]</ref>
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'''Olof Nordling''' was Vice President of Policy Development and [[GAC]] Relations at [[ICANN]], and Branch Manager for the Brussels office from 2005 to 2017.<ref>[http://be.linkedin.com/pub/olof-nordling/1/57/920 LinkedIn]</ref> He is a Swedish national and holds an MSc.<ref>[http://www.icann.org/en/biog/nordling.htm ICANN Staff Bio]</ref>
  
 
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Olof Nordling was Vice President of Policy Development and GAC Relations at ICANN, and Branch Manager for the Brussels office from 2005 to 2017.[1] He is a Swedish national and holds an MSc.[2]

Career History

Prior to joining ICANN in 2005, Olof was Head of TeliaSonera's Brussels office.[3] At TeliaSonera, a Swedish/Finnish telecommunications company, he was responsible for relations to the EU institutions for telecommunications policy matters.[4] Before that, Nordling was a Counselor and Head at the Science and Technology office at the Swedish Embassy, and has also worked as a Deputy Trade Commissioner for Sweden. Earlier in his career, Olof was a Systems Analyst for Honeywell Bull in Paris.[5]

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