Alice Munyua has a strong background and extensive experience in multi-stakeholder ICT policy, regulation and Internet governance.
She has successfully brought together various stakeholders in innovative, collaboration-based approaches to ICT policy and regulatory development and implementation at national, regional and international levels.
Alice is the founder of the Kenya ICT Action Network (KICTANet) an interdependent multi-stakeholder platform for people and institutions interested and involved in ICT policy and regulation. The network has been instrumental in Kenya’s ICT policy formulation and implementation. She convened and chaired the Kenya and East Africa IGFs for five years, and also organised and chaired the global UN Internet Governance Forum held in Nairobi in 2011.
She served on the board of the Communications Commission of Kenya for six years, representing Kenya on several international ICT and Internet governance policy processes. Alice chaired the board of directors of the Kenya Information Network Centre (KeNIC) for two years and served as vice chair of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC) for two years.
Alice is currently leading the AUC and ZACR Dot Africa Governmental Reserve Name List process and represents the AUC on the GAC.