Dorothy Gordon is the Chair of the UNESCO Information For All Programme and Board Member of the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education. She was the founding Director-General of the Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT, where she positioned the Centre as a leading technology training and consulting partner on the African continent. She has worked in the field of international development and technology for over thirty years and is recognized as a leading technology activist and specialist on policy, education, technology, and society in Africa. Her work as a leader, manager, consultant, and speaker has taken her to over 100 countries. She is a strong advocate of the ROAM principles (internet universality), building on her work with the Open Movement and Creative Commons.