As Director of Trust and Identity Initiatives, Lucy’s assignment with the Internet Society (ISOC) is to examine some of the major issues affecting the Internet and to develop projects that will address those problems. Prior to joining the Internet Society, she worked at the University of Oregon as a member of the Academic Computing and Network Applications Group. Her assignments with the University included work with the Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC) - a long-time partner with the Internet Society in bringing network technology and education to the developing world. She also worked with the Oregon RouteViews Project, and the University of Oregon Multicast Team. In addition, she has been an active participant in both the North American Network Operators Group (NANOG) and the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and recently completed a term as Chair of the IETF Administrative Oversight Committee (IAOC).
Lucy holds a Master's degree in Mass Communications from the University of Oregon and has a long history of service in non-profit organizations ranging from mental health counseling to a hands-on science museum. She has been a grant writer, project manager, and a computer programmer. She also once managed the Flying Karamazov Brothers (www.fkb.com/) and hopes to put that unique non-linear managerial experience to good use as she directs new efforts for the Internet Society.
Lucy is based in Oregon, United States