Andrew Mack

Andrew Mack

Principal at AMGlobal Consulting
Joined on October 8, 2009
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Andrew Mack is Principal of AMGlobal Consulting, a specialized Washington, DC-based consulting firm that helps companies do more and better business in Emerging Markets. A former World Bank project manager and finance professional with experience in more than 80 countries, Mack is internationally-recognized for his work on Public-Private Partnership, Corporate Social Responsibility and economic development issues—including work on Internet policy and its impacts on the spread of technology to Africa, Latin America and other underserved regions. 

Mr. Mack founded AMGlobal in 2005 with the goal of helping bring together diverse parties—governments, the Private Sector, donors, NGOs, and foundations—interested in solving today’s toughest development problems in a sustainable, business-oriented way. AMGlobal specializes in work with partnership development, community outreach, and technology issues, with clients ranging from Fortune 10 corporations to the World Bank and USAID, to local firms and early stage companies focusing on emerging and green technologies.

A frequent attendee at ICANN and IGF meetings where he works to promote attention the issues confronted by the “next billion” Internet users, Mr. Mack holds a Bachelor of Arts Magna Cum Laude from Amherst College and a Masters in International Relations/International Economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. He speaks and works in Spanish, French and Portuguese.

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2015 - Jul 29 on Out of .Africa - Process Failures Don't Change the Facts
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2012 - Dec 05 on Africa vs. Africa: The GAC Early Warnings on New gTLD Applications Indicate an Africa Divided
2011 - Feb 28 on Making IDN gTLDs Attractive and Safe
2010 - Mar 15 on A Little Flexibility from ICANN and We Might Just Get IDNs... for Everyone
2009 - Nov 16 on Shouldn't Tea Time for Kenya Mean IDN Top-Level Domains?

Topic Interests

Internet GovernanceICANNNew TLDsDomain NamesMultilinguismWebDNSPolicy & RegulationRegistry ServicesCybersecurity

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