Who is the MANRS Ambassador?
The MANRS Ambassador is a representative of a MANRS participant organization, an opinion leader in his/her community who strongly believes that routing security is an essential component for the future well-being of the Internet and is ready to contribute to its improvement.
Ambassador applications are now closed. Meet the Ambassadors.
MANRS Ambassador Focus Area
Ambassadors are experts in one of the following categories:
- Virtual/Online Trainers
- Policy Analysts
Ultimately, all ambassadors will help the Fellows achieve their goals.
Tasks of MANRS Ambassadors
Support the Fellows
- Provide mentorship to the MANRS Fellows in their respective category
- Provide guidance and help the MANRS Fellows to fulfill their obligations
- Generate MANRS awareness through word-of-mouth in local and regional communities
- Represent the MANRS community positively in a multitude of settings (e.g. conferences, webinars, workshops, symposiums, meetings etc. )
- Contribute 1 blog post to MANRS blog per month
- Assist MANRS Fellows in creating content (i.e. writing blog posts, newsletter articles, reviews, etc.)
- Bring forward honest feedback and recommendations for improving MANRS messaging and MANRS tools such as the MANRS Observatory, network monitoring tools, and training materials.
- Promote MANRS on social media
- Participate in events to promote MANRS
- Moderate an online MANRS training course
- Advocate and speak on behalf of the MANRS community
- Coordinate with other MANRS Ambassadors from different geographical regions
- Contribute to building the MANRS community
- Provide technical assistance and guidance to less experienced network operators
- Allocate 2 to 4 hours per week to MANRS