Senior Director of Global Internet Policy at the Internet Society
Constance Bommelaer de Leusse is the Senior Director of Global Internet Policy of The Internet Society, the world's trusted independent source of leadership for Internet policy, technology standards and future development. Strategic thinker, coupled with experienced and practical hands-on approach, she leads the organization's engagement with multilateral and private sector organizations with a focus on Internet governance, sustainable development, security and human rights. She has extensive experience working at senior levels, leading campaigns and capacity building programs internationally. In 2015, she was appointed Advisor to the Chair of the UN Internet Governance Forum. Before joining The Internet Society, Constance served as a policy officer in the French Prime Minister's office, on issues ranging from the reform of the national pension system to ICT policies.
Constance is a member of the Women's Forum network and was distinguished in 2014 by the French newspaper Les Echos, member of "La Relève, French Touch".