[arin-announce] ARIN 39 Fellowship Recipients Announced

ARIN info at arin.net
Thu Mar 9 15:00:36 EST 2017

ARIN is excited to announce the ARIN Meeting Fellowship Program 
recipients for ARIN 39 in New Orleans, Louisiana.


•    Nancy Carter, CANARI
•    Andre Dalle, National Capital Freenet
•    Patrick Lalonde, Terrahive
•    Michael Lerer, Open Stance Enterprises


•    Jose R. de la Cruz, Internet Society, Puerto Rico Chapter
•    Susannah Gray, Internet Society, San Francisco – Bay Area Chapter
•    Austin Murkland, Qscend Technologies, Inc.
•    Joseph Olivieri, Root Level Technology, LLC
•    Alfredo Calderon-Serrano, Internet Society, Puerto Rico Chapter
•    Craig Thompson, Caldwell Global Communications, Inc.
•    Kelvin Watkins, State of Oregon


•    Jason Hynds, Barbados
•    Roxanne John, Ministry of Economic Planning, Sustainability, 
Industry, Information and Labour, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
•    Brent McIntosh, Cable and Wireless Grenada, Grenada
•    Kerrie-Ann Richards, VFJ Coding Ltd., Jamaica

ARIN Fellows receive:

•    Round-trip airfare to the meeting
•    Hotel accommodations at the venue hotel
•    A stipend to cover meals and incidental travel expenses
•    An ARIN Advisory Council or a seasoned community member mentor

Congratulations to all of our newly-selected fellows and thank you to 
everyone who applied to the ARIN Fellowship Program to attend ARIN 39!

We will soon begin accepting fellowship applications for ARIN 40 in San 
Jose, California, taking place 5-6 October 2017. When considering 
whether or not to apply, please bear in mind that at the 10 January 2017 
ARIN Board of Trustees meeting, the Board voted to remove domicile 
requirements and to open the ARIN Fellowship Program to all individuals 
interested in ARIN regional Internet number resource policy. Applicants 
and selected fellows no longer have to be domiciled in the ARIN service 
region, however, the Charter for the Fellowship Selection Committee 
states that if the qualified applicant pool permits, three to five 
Fellows will be selected from each sector of the ARIN region: Canada, 
the Caribbean and North Atlantic Islands, and the United States and 
Outlying Areas. As always, past ARIN Fellows are encouraged to apply.

To learn more about ARIN’s Fellowship Program, please visit and bookmark:


We look forward to receiving your fellowship application for ARIN 40!


Wendy Leedy
Member Engagement Coordinator
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

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