The Trinidad and Tobago Internet Governance Forum (TTIGF) is a forum for multistakeholder dialogue on public policy issues related to key elements of Internet governance issues, such as the Internet’s sustainability, robustness, security, stability and development.

The TTIGF is hosted every year since 2017 by the Trinidad and Tobago Multistakeholder Advisory Group (TTMAG).

Visit to visit the TTIGF home site for videos, pictures and reports of past TTIGF events.


TTMAG 2017 Board of Directors

The TTMAG Board consists of representatives from various stakeholder groups, being two from ICT civil society groups, two from academia, two from professional entities, one from the Government or public sector, one from civil society, one legal, one from a Tobago-based entity and two from the .TT ccTLD holder.

2017 TTMAG Board of Directors


Other Directors


TTMAG 2018 Board of Directors

The Trinidad and Tobago Multistakeholder Advisory Group (TTMAG) has organisations which are in one of the following TTMAG Stakeholder Groups:

  • Academia
  • Civil Society
  • Commercial / Business
  • Government
  • Technical Community / ICT Civil Society
  • .tt ccTLD holder

Each TTMAG Stakeholder Group selects 2 members to serve on the TTMAG Board, following a nomination and selection procedure.

2018 TTMAG Board of Directors


Other Directors

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TTIGF 2018

TTIGF 2018 was held on Friday 26th January, 2018 at the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce, with online participation available for those unable to attend at the venue.

The TTIGF 2018 theme was “Shape Your Digital Future” in keeping with the International Internet Governance Forum 2017.

The TTIGF 2018 Agenda featured Mr. Shola Taylor, Secretary General, Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) as a keynote speaker and and three panel sessions.


Panel Session 1: Digital Financial Services
Zaf Rahaman – Owner & Founder, Forward Multimedia
Glynis Alexander-Tam – General Manager, InfoLink Services Ltd
Aldwyn Wayne – CEO, WiPay
Shernon Osepa – Manager, Regional Affairs, Latin America & Caribbean Bureau, ISOC
Rabindra Jaggernauth – Director, TTMAG (Moderator)

Panel Session 2: Gender Activism Online
Jason Jones – Esquire, Human Rights Defender
Ian Royer – Social Media Consultant, Anansi Tales Marketing
Attillah Springer – Gender Activist
Sue Ann Barratt – Lecturer, Institute for Gender and Development Studies, UWI
Jacqueline Morris – Director, TTMAG (Moderator)

Panel Session 3: Blockchain
Randall DeFreitas – Manager, Risk Assurance, EY
Peter George – Chairman, Bitt
Nigel Romano – CEO, JMMB
Glenn McKnight – Director, ISOC
Ajmal Nazir – Director, TTMAG (Moderator)

You can watch the TTIGF 2018 event on YouTube and look at the TTIGF 2018 photos. You can read the TTIGF 2018 Meeting Report.

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TTIGF 2019

The third annual Trinidad and Tobago Internet Governance Forum (TTIGF) took place on January 25th, 2019, from 9AM to 5 PM at the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Westmoorings, Trinidad and Tobago. The theme of TTIGF2019 was “The Internet of Trust” in keeping with the International Internet Governance Forum 2018.

The TTIGF 2019 featured three-panel sessions and an open forum.

Panel Session 1: Caribbean Data Protection Regulations (CDPR)

  • George Gobin, Director, TTMAG (Moderator)
  • Ms. Vashti Maharaj, Head, Legal Services – Ministry of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs
  • Mr. Darren Mohammed, Corporate Business Manager, Caribbean/Country Representative –  Microsoft Trinidad & Tobago
  • Dr. Yufei Wu, Associate Professor and Coordinator – Caribbean Institute of Cybersecurity
  • Mr. Bartlett Morgan, Associate Attorney at Law – Lex Caribbean

Panel Session 2: Cultural Factors in the Caribbean Affecting Trust & Privacy for Digital Security

  • Jacqueline Morris, Director, TTMAG (Moderator)
  • Mr. Randall De Freitas – Manager, Technology Risk, Ernst & Young Services Limited
  • Mr. Anselm Charles – ICT Manager, Caribbean Community Implementation Agency for Crime and Security
  • Mr. Michael Walcott – Senior Manager, Operational Risk, Republic Bank Limited

Panel Session 3: Using Technology to Increase Trust in Public Institutions

  • Glenn McKnight, Secretariat, the North American Regional At-Large Organization (NARALO) (Moderator)
  • Charles Bobb-Semple – Deputy CEO, The National Information and Communication Technology Company Limited (iGovtt)
  • Master Christie-Anne Morris-Alleyne – Court Executive Administrator, the Judiciary of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
  • Rishi Maharaj – Executive Director, EquiGov Institute

You can watch the TTIGF 2019 event on YouTube and can read the TTIGF 2019 Meeting Report.