Joyce Dogniez

Joyce Dogniez

Vice President, Community Engagement

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Biography

I serve the Internet Society’s growing community of individual members, organization members, chapters, and special interest groups to ensure they are equipped with the necessary information and tools to support our mission.

I have over 15 years of experience with global nonprofits to build, engage, and mobilize communities. When people connect and engage around an issue, magic happens! That is what drives me every day. 

In my spare time, I support the association industry through my volunteer contributions to the International Association Advisory Council of the American Society of Association Executives.

Languages are a bit of a passion to me, I am fluent in English, Dutch, French, Spanish, and Italian and also speak some German and Luxembourgish.

To recharge, I try to find some water to roll out my stand-up paddle, play some piano, or do Taekwondo with my son.

I’m Belgian, married to an Italian, and living in small but beautiful Luxembourg.

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Internet Governance 24 August 2018

The Internet Society and Global Scribes Work Together to Amplify Young Voices

On International Youth Day, the Internet Society and Global Scribes partnered to connect youth around the world to let...

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Women in Tech 19 July 2018

More Girls in ICT: The Internet Society Signs MoU with the Mexican Government

Women and girls are significantly less likely to choose ICT (Information and Communication Technology) studies than men. There are many reasons for this. Barriers...

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Community Projects 2 August 2017

The Internet Society and Wikimedia Team Up to Empower Everyday Heroes

The best education materials are inclusive, equitable, and high-quality, and they promote lifelong learning. One of the best tools...

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Beyond the Net 18 May 2017

How the Internet changed the Nyirarukobwa Primary School

Sarah is 11 years old and goes to school in the Nyirarukobwa Primary School, together with about 1400 other...

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Beyond the Net 24 January 2017

Tiflolibros digital library for visually impaired in Latin America awarded by UNESCO

Last November in Buenos Aires during the first LAC Regional Internet and Development Dialogue, we had the opportunity to...

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Beyond the Net 7 November 2016

Beyond Access: Partnering for a Win-Win

Los Nevados, one of the most remote areas in Venezuela, at 2700 meters above sea level right in the...

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