President, Netizen Consulting Ltd. I direct a small consulting and project management research group for initiatives in digital culture, focusing on projects in information ethics and Internet governance. I am the founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Freelance Netizen, Co-Chair of the International Center for Information Ethics, and Editor of the International Review of Information Ethics.
I currently manage IEEE's Collabratec Internet Technology Policy community where I lead several projects for IEEE's Internet Initiative. I also chair the IEEE Global Initiative subcommittee on Classical Ethics in Artificial Intelligence.
My research looks at the interdisciplinary connections between Information & Communication Technologies (ICTs) and information ethics, digital citizenship and culture. I have written and spoken extensively on subjects of information ethics, internet governance, cybersecurity and global citizenship in a digital era.
My work is published with McFarland & Company Inc., Springer, Confluence: Online Journal of World Philosophies, and IEEE. I am the co-editor of the Festschrift: Information Cultures in the Digital Age, published by Springer VS. My speaking engagements cover subjects of Information Ethics, Internet Governance, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Digital Citizenship. I possess a wide range of experience critiquing and editing academic literature including abstracts, articles, books, book chapters, proposals and thesis drafts.
Contact me below to book conference keynote and panel engagements or to discuss project management contracts. Consulting engagements are on a contract/retainer basis. I am happy to contract on a wide range of subjects spanning an interdisciplinary scope. My consulting services span academia, technology & society, education and classical ethics.