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Tess Wandia

Tess Wandia is a researcher, project coordinator, an enthusiast of all things internet and African stories. Keen on discovering new and existing uses of technology, she seeks to explore how communities in their diversity, interact with and are impacted by technology. Tess has worked with various organisations: iHub Nairobi, Freedom House, Netalitica and networks such as DIODE and GeDIA in various research capacities, where she contributed and expanded her expertise in investigating various internet governance and digital rights themes. In 2017 she was recognised as one of the next generation of women in internet governance in Africa, for her work with marginalised groups such as women and children, that explored their experiences online and how they can be safer online.

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