Mwendwa Kivuva

Mwendwa Kivuva

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Mwendwa Kivuva (Kenya) is a Policy Fellow at Google, and also volunteers his time working on policy formulation for ICANN and AFRINIC. He previously worked as the Senior Network Administrator at the University of Nairobi where he oversaw a project to transition the IP addressing schema for an 18-campus WAN network from IPv4 to IPv6. Mwendwa holds a BSc in Computer Science from the Catholic University of Eastern African and a MSc in Distributed Computing Technology from the University of Nairobi. He has represented AFRINIC on the Consolidated Regional Internet Registry IANA Stewardship Proposal (CRISP) team. Mwendwa is a past IETF Fellow and IGF Ambassador.

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