Difference between pages "Oksana Prykhodko" and "Olaf Kerner"

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'''Oksana Prykhodko''' is a Ukrainian journalist, media expert and civil society activist,<ref>[http://www.flarenetwork.org/report/contributors flarenetwork.org]</ref> and the former Secretariat of [[EURALO]], with a term from June 2011 until 2013.<ref name="euralo">[https://community.icann.org/display/EURALO/Board+and+Officers, ICANN.org]</ref> She is the Director of [[European Media Platform]], which is an international NGO consulting on the practical implementation of European standards in media and information. She has been involved therein since 2009, and organized the first Euro [[IGF]] in September 2010; and is currently organizing the second such event in Ukraine.<ref>[[ICANN 41]] Interview</ref><ref>[http://rigf.ru/en/prog/bio.php?id=32 rigf.ru]</ref> She is also involved in projects that support the Russian speaking IT community and has been involved in round tables held by the Ukrainian parliament.
 
 
 
Ms. Prykhodko is a Member of the Council of Europe Group of Experts on human rights in informational society, [[EURALO]] and [[ICANN]]'s [[NCUC]]. She also supports [[ISOC]].
 
 
 
She was an [[ICANN Fellow]] at [[ICANN 41]] in Singapore<ref>[http://icannfellows.ning.com/profile/OksanaPrykhodko ICANNFellows.ning.com]</ref> and is on the [[EURALO]] Board.<ref name="euralo"></ref>
 
  
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'''Olaf Kerner''' is the CEO of the German domain registrar [[Dynamicdrive]] GmbH & Co. KG, and currently resides in Dresden.<ref>[http://de.linkedin.com/in/olafkerner linkedin profile]</ref>
Ms. Pryhodko is a graduate of [[EuroSSIG]]. She was also a student at [[DiploFoundation]]’s European Internet Governance Capacity Building Program.<ref>[http://rigf.ru/en/prog/bio.php?id=32 rigf.ru]</ref>
 
  
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Dynamicdrive also manages AdWords campaigns of clients. The agency was founded in 2004 in Dresden. In 2006, the growth of the company caused the conversion to a GmbH & Co. KG, which in turn demanded a staff increase.<ref>[http://www.interview-blog.de/unternehmerinnen-und-geschaftsideen/interview-mit-olaf-kerner-geschaftsfuhrer-der-dynamicdrive-gmbh-co-kg-dresden/ Interview with Olaf Kerner, Geschäftsführer der Dynamicdrive GmbH & Co KG, Dresden]</ref>
*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hu7PIQRkBNM Video- Who is ICANN? - Oksana Prykhodko | 10 Jun 2011]
 
*[http://www.diplointernetgovernance.org/profile/OksanaPrykhodko Oksana Prykhodko] on [[DiploFoundation]]
 
  
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==Education==
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* Technische Universität Dresden
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Country: Germany
Email: http://www.dynamicdrive.de/
LinkedIn: LinkedInIcon.png   Olaf Kerner

Olaf Kerner is the CEO of the German domain registrar Dynamicdrive GmbH & Co. KG, and currently resides in Dresden.[1]

Dynamicdrive also manages AdWords campaigns of clients. The agency was founded in 2004 in Dresden. In 2006, the growth of the company caused the conversion to a GmbH & Co. KG, which in turn demanded a staff increase.[2]

Education

  • Technische Universität Dresden

References