Mandy Carver (Kathryn A. Carver) joined ICANN as the Deputy General Manager for Global Partnerships in November 2006. Her specialties are multi-stakeholder decision making and conflict resolution. At ICANN, her responsibilities include identifying and assessing the policy issues emerging from local internet conditions as well as leading, managing and mentoring a team of regional liaisons that collaborate with local constituents and represent ICANN's global strategy. Ms. Carver also staffs the international committees that resolve the global partnership issues brought to ICANN through its participatory processes.
Mandy Carver, a health and human rights lawyer, was formerly the Executive Director of The Concord Project, an international research and action project whose mission is to strengthen cross-community organizations. Prior to joining The Concord Project, Mandy Carver was a Senior Consultant at John Snow, Inc, a public health research, management, and consulting firm. Earlier she was the Director of the Office of Patient Advocacy of the National Marrow Donor Program.
Mandy Carver received her AB from Princeton University. She received her JD from the University of Minnesota where she won the William O. Douglas Award for Constitutional Scholarship and was on the editorial board of Law and Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice. She also received her MPH in Epidemiology from the University of Minnesota , where she held an Adolescent Health Program post-doctoral fellowship.