Congratulations to the ARIN 52 Selected Fellows

Posted: Tuesday, 12 September 2023

The American Registry for Internet Numbers’ (ARIN) Fellowship Program provides a specialized, interactive learning opportunity to individuals interested in Internet governance, number resource policy, and professional growth in the Internet industry. Twice a year, Fellows are chosen in advance of an ARIN Public Policy and Members Meeting to engage with the Internet governance community and attend the meeting. This fall’s Fellows will also have the opportunity to attend the 89th meeting of the North American Network Operators’ Group (NANOG), held in the days leading up to ARIN 52.

Please join us in congratulating the selected ARIN 52 Fellows:


E. Marie Brierley, Founder and President, Saatvik Advisors; Founder and Director, Saatvik Research
Jung Seob Kim, Senior Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst, McKesson
Abraham Rios, Network Engineer/Account Manager, IP ArchiTechs
Matthew Schneider, CEO, Threat InSites
Rebecca Kaiser, Network/Security Analyst, Nocix


Waqar Ahmad, Senior Delivery Specialist, Rogers Communications
Caleb Ogundele, Business Analyst, credit union
Evghenii Kosatii, Technical Lead, Addrex
Mohibul Mahmud, Support Engineer, Microsoft
Dana Cramer, Ph.D. Student, Toronto Metropolitan University
Nick Slater, Owner/Founder/CEO, Zeuter Development Corporation


Davon Baker, IT Manager/Systems Administrator, Government of Grenada
Matthew Cowen, Founder and CEO, dgtlfutures
Marcellus Constance, Technical Operations Manager, National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Fellows will participate in two virtual sessions plus a meeting orientation and receive an in-depth, expert-guided introduction to the workings of the ARIN organization, services, and Policy Development Process (PDP).

Additionally, Fellows are paired with a Mentor from the ARIN community who will help guide them through the program and prepare them for participation in an upcoming Public Policy and Members Meeting.

We would like to thank all those who applied for the ARIN 52 Fellowship Program. If you’re interested in learning more about the Fellowship Program, including how to apply when we open applications for ARIN 53 next year, please visit

It’s not too late to register to attend the ARIN 52 Public Policy and Members Meeting either virtually or in person in San Diego, California. Visit for more information.


Amanda Gauldin
Community Programs Manager
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)