Loïc TEILEMB dit MELTETINEHAT né le 9 mars 1981 à Wallarano sur l'île de Mallicolo, il est d'origine de Vao, un petit îlot au nord-est de Mallicolo. Il est un Journaliste d'éTAT. Il a obtenu le Prix du Meilleur Journaliste en 2006, et exerce ce métier depuis maintenant 15 ans. Journaliste célibataire, il a 35 ans et a une fille adoptive de son frère cadet Mathias TEILEMB. Sa fille Maisie Geneviève Aurore TEILEMB. Après ses études sur Langues et Communication, il a suivi des formations continues au sein des différentes Stations de Télévision, comme la NC 1ère en Nouvelle Calédonie, en Nouvelle Zélande, en Indonésie et a terminé par une grande formation auprès de la chaine France 2 en France en 2008. Loïc TEILEMB dit MELTETINEHAT est un Journaliste Présentateur du Journal Télévisé de la TBV (Television Blong Vanuatu) et exerce ce métier de Journaliste depuis 2001. Une bonne carrière télévisuelle qu'il le vit avec une grande passion, toujours dans l'harmonie. Il est l'actuel Secrétaire Général de l'Association des Journalistes Mélanésiens, dont le siège social est basé à Nouméa en Nouvelle Calédonie. Il est également Secrétaire Générale de l'Association des Journalistes Francophones de Vanuatu.
Alexis Cullen is the Peace Corps Volunteer Advisor for Telemedicine Pilot Project at OGCIO. She completed her undergraduate degree in Anthropology and has a Masters Certificate in Public Health from the University of Michigan. She has 8 years of experience in American hospitals, specializing in diagnostic imaging and special projects in telemedicine, where she worked closely with researchers and physicians. After 8 years in American health care, Alexis left her career to volunteer in the Peace Corps, and has spent 2 years working in community health on Maewo Island, one of the most remote outer islands of Vanuatu.
Now she joins us in Port-Vila as she is working on the first telemedicine project in Vanuatu to connect remote villages and she provides technical assistance for the Ministry of Health and for the eye care clinic in Port Vila Central Hospital.
Salma is an ICT consultant working on the World Food Programme's Pacific emergency preparedness project. Prior to joining WFP's Pacific team, Salma worked in the Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC) at WFP's Middle East Bureau where she was focused on the ICT emergency response for the Syria and Iraq conflicts. Salma has significant private sector experience having worked for a number of years as a solution designer and project manager at Vodafone Hutchison Australia.Salma is an ICT consultant working on the World Food Programme's Pacific emergency preparedness project. Prior to joining WFP's Pacific team, Salma worked in the Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC) at WFP's Middle East Bureau where she was focused on the ICT emergency response for the Syria and Iraq conflicts. Salma has significant private sector experience having worked for a number of years as a solution designer and project manager at Vodafone Hutchison Australia.
Lillyrose Welwel has been a Radio/TV Producer/Anchor for 9years with VBTC, and is currently working as the Public Relations Officer of China Civil Engineering Corporation (CCECC).
Frida Bani-Sam is a Communications Officer at the Pacific Institute of Public Policy.
Ralph Regenvanu is the Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, with responsibility for land, water and mineral resources. Prior to his entry into politics in 2008, Regenvanu served as the director of the National Museum and Cultural Centre of Vanuatu, Vanuatu's principal cultural heritage management agency, for eleven years (1995-2006). In this role he was one of the founding executive board members of the Pacific Islands Museums Association (PIMA) and was on the international drafting committee of the "Convention for the safeguarding of the intangible cultural heritage" which was adopted by the General Assembly of UNESCO (the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization) in 2003. In 2013 he was the main driver behind a major overhaul of the land laws of Vanuatu and is currently chairing the government's efforts to reform the political system to achieve greater stability and integrity in politics.
With over 30 years' experience in the Telecommunication Industry, Barry has held various positions in Telecom Operators, IT Companies, and Network Equipment Providers. In these roles he has worked across USA, South America, Asia, Middle East, Europe and Asia Pacific. Barry is currently the CIO for the South Pacific Region and in this capacity he is responsible for championing ICT solutions across the region. Barry has an MSEE and an extensive background in both Telecom Networking and IT Solutions. Barry hold multiple patents in the area of telecommunications.
J. Hunter Sizemore is the primary designer for vSolutions, a Port Vila-based IT firm serving government, private and NGO needs on Efate and throughout Vanuatu. In addition to this work, he accepted a position with VMGD as graphic designer. Formerly, Hunter volunteered as a U.S. Peace Corps teaching ICT at College de St. Michel on Santo.
Mr Barlen Lutchmoodoo is currently the Chief Commercial Officer at TVL since November 2014. Mr Lutchmoodoo has been handling several managerial posts in Mauritius Telecom from 2002 to 2014. He holds a B Tech Electronics and Communication from the University of Kakatya India and a Master in Communication Management from Strathclyde University Scotland. In TVL, The CCO is responsible for the Marketing, Direct Sales, Customer Excellence, Call centre and In-direct sales.
Fakrul is responsible for the development and delivery of technical training to the APNIC community and works closely with network operating members in the Asia Pacific region. His specialist training areas include Routing & Switching, Network Architecture, Network Security & Management and Network Forensics. Prior to joining APNIC, Fakrul worked in Bangladesh for an IXP, an ISP and financial organizations. He has strong knowledge of, and operational experience in building and deploying scalable, reliable network infrastructure. He obtained his Bachelor Degree in Computer Science & Master Degree in Telecommunication from Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB).
Sue has over 25 years work experience in various roles across the Telecommunications and ICT Industries in Huawei, IBM and Accenture. During this time she has worked with numerous Telecom Operators, Governments and local Industries supporting them in the development of their ICT Strategies & Plans. Sue is currently leading several National ICT Infrastructure and Smart City initiatives across the region creating visions, strategies and supporting governments in developing their IT plans and business architecture.
Dan McGarry is media director at the Vanuatu Daily Post and Buzz FM 96. He has worked for over a decade in the Pacific. Most of his time in Vanuatu has been spent building capacity in the ICT sector, providing advice and advocating for the use of technology for social as well as economic development. Most recently, he was Chief Technologist at the Pacific Institute of Public Policy. Prior to joining the Daily Post, he published numerous columns, essays and photographs under the nom de plume of Graham Crumb. He has contributed reportage to dozens of international media organisations, including the Economist Intelligence Unit, CNN, the BBC, Al Jazeerah, ABC (Australia), RNZI, the CBC and others.
Jacques-Samuel has over 15 years' experience in senior telecommunications and IT roles, challenges of scaling-up companies, building world-class operational teams and managing strategic partnerships on the global stage. Before joining Kacific he spent a decade working for language technology solutions, Appen Butler Hill, helping take it from start-up to a global leadership position. As Senior Vice President Operations, he led project teams in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australasia. Prior to that he worked for Altran Europe, providing project management and infrastructure optimisation services to Philips, Solvay Group, BASE, Sud Presse and British Telecom. He holds an eMBA from the AGSM and two master degrees, including a telecommunications engineering degree from a French grande ecole, Telecom Sud Paris. Like other members of the Kacific team, Jacques-Samuel is strongly committed improving the economic wellbeing of Pacific nations.
Fred Samuel worked for many years as engineer and business manager for Telecom Vanuatu, Ltd., before assuming the role of Chief Information Officer of Vanuatu, one of the first government CIOs in the Pacific island nations. As of 2016, he assumed responsibilities as the OGCIO's Project Management Contractor/Advisor. He received a master's in telecom engineering and marketing from Coventry University in Britain. As CIO and a Vanuatu native, he has played a key role in the country's ICT and E-GOV successes.
Jackson Miake is the acting Chief Information Officer at the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer, Prime Minister's Office, Government of the Republic of Vanuatu.
Sameer Sharma is currently Senior Advisor at ITU Regional office for Asia-Pacific, Bangkok, responsible for South Asia covering India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, and Maldives where he is responsible for providing technical assistance to the countries for ICT for development including creating conducive policy and regulatory framework. He has assisted several countries in migration from legacy networks to Next Generation Networks, designing Broadband Policy Framework and wireless broadband master plans for over ten countries including countries from Pacific Islands and ASEAN. He also actively works with UN Agencies including UNESCO on ICT for Education and WHO for e-health, UNICEF for School Connectivity. He was recently involved for development of policy framework on ICT for Persons with Disability for Afghanistan, Nepal and India. He organized several regional events and training courses for Asia-Pacific countries. Before joining the ITU, he held several senior positions such as Advisor, Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), Malaysia. He also worked as Director TRAI, India with extensive work on convergence and regulatory issues in Indian telecom sector. He has been awarded by ITU with a medal of excellence for performance in 2009.
Cheryl is the Academic Director at XCERIO Digital Skills Institute, responsible for strategic initiatives across the academic sectors in Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands. Cheryl is a champion of digital skills, a passionate innovation leader and committed educator with experience working in Australia and United Kingdom across all levels. Cheryl's involvement in driving educational reforms through curriculum development, assessment tools, online resources, program design and professional development uniquely qualify her as a trusted advisor and learning advocate. Her experience extends to school transformation, modeling of flexible learning programs and development of frameworks for using digital technologies to enhance teaching and learning. The aim to advance the relevance and value of technology training and digital skills validation, within school curriculum and learning outcomes from P-12, through to university programs and employment is core to Cheryl's work. In her role at XCERIO Digital Skills Institute she works with local, state and national governments to help them realize the educational and economic potential derived from the acquisition, validation and proficient use of digital skills across all key learning activities and vocational pathways.
Andrew has over 10 years experience in the ICT industry, starting out working with Australian mid-sized organisations to utilise communication technologies, specialising in data and application aggregation, to provide the base for growth in changing markets. Following 7 successful years in Australia, Andrew moved to Digicel in Papua New Guinea as the Head of ICT Sales and Service to work with organisations with little or no ICT adoption to develop and encourage business growth through ICT solutions in a market on the cusp of a technology boom. In April, Andrew joined Digicel Vanuatu as Sales Director.
Dalsie Baniala started working for TRR after leaving USP, Emalus Campus in April 2008.She took up the position for the Telecommunications and Radiocommunications Regulator since December 2, 2015. She has been in her Managerial position in TRR since 2010. She is experienced in organising national events such as ICT day. Ms. Baniala has a lot of passion working in the Telecommunications Sector and in particular in the challenging environment where she currently is. She also has a lot of experience working with the rural communities and she works very closely with the women and Community leaders of her own home island (Maewo) and in where she is currently living today. Her aim and passion is to connect the disadvantage people (in her own term) with the elites (those who know more of the subject)and also to make sure the people in other rural areas experience the same level of quality Telecommunications services, at an affordable price, as the people of Port Vila are experiencing today.
Charlot Salwai is a ni-Vanuatu politician and former accountant. He is the Prime Minister of Vanuatu, having been elected on 11 February 2016. He is the leader of the Reunification of Movements for Change, which is part of the Unity for Change bloc. Salwai is a Francophone from Pentecost Island. He has previously served as Minister for Trade, Minister for Lands, Minister for Education, Minister for Finance, and Minister of Internal Affairs.
Savenaca Vocea joined ICANN in October 2006 to promote ICANN and foster relations in the Oceania region by engaging with various Internet stakeholder groups through information sharing, regional representation and participation as they relate toICANN's respective responsibilities. Prior to joining ICANN, Save dually served as Policy Development Manager and Liaison (Pacific) at the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) and was also the Manager for the Pacific Islands Telecommunications Association (PITA).