Navigating the World of Global Internet Governance with Joe Catapano [S3E12]
We are excited to continue our Fellow Highlights series on the Tech Policy
Grind! In this episode, Reema catches up with ILPF Class 4 Communications
Director, Joe Catapano, on his career in global Internet governance and the complex, yet fascinating, world of multi-stakeholder policymaking. Joe and
Reema also discuss the what it’s like balancing parenthood and the
demanding schedule of someone working in tech policy, and look ahead to
their exciting live podcast event with Internet pioneers Vint Cerf and Steve
Joe is a Washington, DC-based outreach and engagement professional with expertise in strategic communications, marketing, and policy and advocacy. He currently works on a host of tech policy issues related to the Domain Name System in his role at the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and has more than 15 years of experience in communications for the nonprofit and private sectors, particularly in global internet governance. Joe received his M.A. in Political Science from American University in Washington, DC and his B.A. in Communications from Quinnipiac University.
Note: Joe’s participation in this podcast is in his personal capacity; his questions and comments do not represent the views of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).
You can find Joe on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Resources Mentioned and Additional Resources:
ICANN’s Government Engagement Publications:
Publications from Prof. Laura DeNardis (Georgetown University):
A Conversation with Internet Pioneers Vint Cerf and Steve Crocker (hybrid)
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