Olga Cavalli is an Internet leader whose work has been fundamental for enhancing a relevant participation of Latin America and the Caribbean in Internet Governance. Olga has recently been appointed as Member of ISOC Board of Trustees. In 2007 she co-founded the South School on Internet Governance and in 2012 she co-founded Dominios Latin America. During 2007- 2014 she was distinguished by the United Nations Secretary General, being chosen to be a part of the Internet Governance Forum’s Multistakeholder Advisory Group, MAG. Olga works towards the inclusion of girls and women in ICTs and the Internet. She has been appointed by the ITU as rapporteur of the Study Group 20 on Internet of Things and Smart Cities In ICANN, she was GNSO Council Member and GNSO vice chair. Presently she is the GAC vice chair. Olga was the Argentina representative in WSIS (Tunis 2005), a Member of the National Commission on Cybercrime that defined the Argentina Cybercrime Law and a Member of the Commission that created the National Digital Agenda. Olga is a Teacher at the University of Buenos Aires, President of the ISOC Argentina Chapter and she is involved in the development of wireless connectivity projects in rural areas. Her education includes a PhD in Business Direction, an MBA, a Master degree in Telecommunications Regulation, and Electronic and Electric Engineer. She is fluent in Spanish, English, Portuguese and German, and can understand French and Italian. Olga lives in Buenos Aires and is the mother of Juana and Federico.