Board level changes at IFF

We note  that Raman Jit Singh Chima, a seasoned policy professional and a global expert on digital rights, stepped down from his role as a Trustee from April 24, 2022. Raman has been our colleague serving side by side helping IFF’s growth from the very beginning. His contribution to SaveTheInternet.in since 2015 and IFF since 2017 has been indispensable and we would like to thank him. We look forward to future collaboration and share his hope that as a young organization we can improve our delib

30 April, 2022
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We note  that Raman Jit Singh Chima, a seasoned policy professional and a global expert on digital rights, stepped down from his role as a Trustee from April 24, 2022. Raman has been our colleague serving side by side helping IFF’s growth from the very beginning. His contribution to SaveTheInternet.in since 2015 and IFF since 2017 has been indispensable and we would like to thank him. We look forward to future collaboration and share his hope that as a young organization we can improve our deliberation and public participation.

This is the fifth year of IFF, and third year as a staffed organization. Today we need growth and diversity at the Board level.

Our aim is to be joined by two board members within the next two years. We are excited and want to do this well. IFF will conduct a transparent process of application and solicitation from Indians who hold an interest, the skills and time to deliver to join us on a mission to protect digital rights. If you have any advice or guidance about what specific requirements or people we should look for feel free to write to us at [email protected]

We are grateful for the continuing support, advice and offers of help that keep coming in from an active and engaged community on digital rights.

Aravind Ravi Sulekha, Apar Gupta, Rachita Taneja, Karthik Balakrishnan
Board of Trustees, Internet Freedom Foundation

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