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Rogerio Souza

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Personal and Career History

Rogerio Mariano de Souza is an Brazilian Engineer from Rio de Janeiro, who works in Service Provider Consultant. Since Jun 2014 he has been the at ICANN NCSG/NCUC Working Teams.

He is currently Member of the Board of Directors at LACNOG (Latin American and Caribbean Network Operators Group), participant IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) in IETF-LAC (IETF Latin American and Caribbean Group), Internet Society Member, participant in IGF- Internet Governance Forum Community, Consultant for the definition and operation of the Service Provider direction related to the technical architecture of Routing Protocols and Core Infrastructure components . Over 17 years of management experience working and is engaged in a variety of projects and operations spanning areas such as Peering, MPLS, MPLS-TE, Routing, Internet and Services. He is a student of Brazilian Internet Governance School ( and student of SDN - Software Defined Networking in Princeton University (Nondegree International Program).

Over the past four years it has been thoroughly dedicated part of Internet Governance which has worked with ICANN NCSG/NCUC for Latin American and Caribbean Region.

His interests include the intersection of public policy and the internet, and promoting information and communication technologies within society.

Work With ICANN

Rogerio was selected as the Fellowship of the ICANN 54 in Dublin (2015).

Rogerio Mariano has been involved with ICANN since 2014. He is a member of the NCSG Member (Non-Commercial Stakeholder Group) and NCUC (NonCommercial Users Constituency ) in Membership Affairs Team (MAT), also is member NCUC Working Teams and a member of the ICANN NCSG Brochure Project that contributed to the review of the ICANN Brochure and presentation in ICANN for the Portuguese language in 2015. The work this more relevant within the NCSG/NCUC was the translation of official ICANN brochure for the Portuguese language, as it was designed based on common sense showing for ten countries and five territories where the Portuguese is the official language or very relevant which shows the pillars of ICANN. Currently working on a project that creates a connection matrix of all ICANN stakeholders to be released in Latin America and the Caribbean.