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Since September 2017, '''Pierre Bonis''' is CEO of [[AFNIC]] the French registry for .fr domain names.<ref>[http://fr.linkedin.com/in/pierrebonis LinkedIn Profile]</ref>
 
Since September 2017, '''Pierre Bonis''' is CEO of [[AFNIC]] the French registry for .fr domain names.<ref>[http://fr.linkedin.com/in/pierrebonis LinkedIn Profile]</ref>

Revision as of 00:08, 9 April 2018

Pierre-Bonis-DG-Afnic-Portrait-couleur.jpg
Pierre bonisCaricature.jpg
Country: France
Website:

LinkIcon.png   [www.afnic.fr www.afnic.fr]

Facebook: Facebook.png   Pierre Bonis
LinkedIn: LinkedInIcon.png   Pierre Bonis
Twitter: TwitterIcon.png   @pierrebonis

Since September 2017, Pierre Bonis is CEO of AFNIC the French registry for .fr domain names.[1]

Past Experiences

  • Deputy CEO of AFNIC
  • Advisor within Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet's Cabinet at France's Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Transports
  • Advisor to The french Minister of State for Digital Economy
  • Product and Partnership Manager at AFNIC
  • Head of the ICT office at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Special Adviser on Digital Divide at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs [2]

Education

  • BA in Philosophy at University of Sorbonne in Paris
  • MA in Literature, University of Sorbonne in Paris [3]

References