Raymond Selorm Mamattah
Raymond Selorm Mamattah is a Ghanaian with over sixteen years of work experience across various sectors. He is the Founder and the President of E-Governance and Internet Governance Foundation for Africa (EGIGFA), Ghana School on Internet Governance (GhanaSIG) and Internet Governance Club. These NGOs operate from Accra, Ghana.
He is also an avid volunteer; one of such was volunteering for the United Nations as a Researcher for the publication of the United Nations’ flagship E-Governance Survey report, which is published every two years. Raymond has passion for E-Governance, Internet Governance, E-learning, Research and he is also a technology enthusiast.
Raymond holds a Bachelor degree in Business Administration (Ghana), MSc in Information Security (LTU, Sweden) and MA in Adult Learning and Global Change (LiU, Sweden). He is a Fellow of ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) and also an ICANN At Large Ambassador.