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NANOG Program Committee

The NANOG Program Committee solicits talks, works with potential speakers to refine presentations, and reviews proposals for technical accuracy and relevance presented at NANOG meetings to the NANOG audience. The NANOG Program Committee reviews presentation abstracts and selects talks based on applicability to backbone engineering and timeliness of the topic. The group comprises operators, researchers, and industry leaders, appointed by the Board of Directors. You can reach the PC at [email protected].

Current members are:

Secretary

Term ends:
2021-02-28

Steve Feldman
CBS Interactive

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Steve Feldman has been involved in computer networking since 1978. He has worked in software development and network engineering for Tymnet and MFS/Worldcom, where he was the principal architect for the MAE Internet exchanges. Since then, he has gone on to work for several startups and acted as an independent consultant, and is now a network engineer for CBS Interactive (formerly CNET Networks). He was also chair of the NANOG Program Committee from 2005 through 2007. Steve received B.S. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley.


Member

Term ends:
2021-02-28

Jeff Bartig
Internet 2

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Jeff Bartig is a Senior Network Engineer and Architect in the WAN Engineering group at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Jeff’s focus since he joined the group in 1995 has been the University’s external connectivity and backbone engineering for WiscNet, Wisconsin’s research and education network. Jeff served as WiscNet’s lead engineer and peering coordinator until earlier this year. Jeff was involved with the creation of Wisconsin’s first peering exchange, MadIX.


Member

Term ends:
2021-02-28

Tom Beecher
Yahoo/Verizon Media Group

Member

Term ends:
2021-02-28

Adam Davenport
GTT Communications

Member

Term ends:
2021-02-28

Greg Hankins
Nokia

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Greg Hankins has been attending NANOG since 1998, first as a network operator and now as a hardware vendor. He also attends APRICOT, Euro-IX, various Peering Forums, RIPE, and regional operator conferences where he frequently speaks on network technology and operational topics. Greg currently works as a Senior Product Line Manager for Nokia. In this role he works with service providers and Internet exchanges around the world as a product specialist, and he’s an active member of the network operator and peering community. His combined operator, customer, and vendor background give him a unique global view on current issues, topics and trends in the network operator community. In a past life, he organized four Annual Linux Showcase (ALS) conferences, hosted NANOG 21, served on the 1998 FREENIX and 1999 O'Reilly Open Source conference program committees, and served on the Linux Journal magazine advisory board. Term ends October 2013.


Member

Term ends:
2021-02-28

Alex Latzko
ServerCentral Turingroup

Member

Term ends:
2021-02-28

Hossein Lotfi
Tesuto

Member

Term ends:
2021-02-28

Steve Meuse
Kentik

Member

Term ends:
2021-02-28

Nagendra Kumar Nainar
Cisco

Member

Term ends:
2021-02-28

Brad Raymo
StackPath

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Brad Raymo is currently the Director of Peering Strategy at StackPath where he is primarily focused on Peering and Interconnection Strategy. Prior to this, Brad was at Yahoo where he was responsible for their Global Interconnection Strategy. His very first NANOG was NANOG52 in Denver and from that meeting he has tried to better the community. He previously served on the Nanog Communications Committee and has been a member of the Program Committee since 2016.


Member

Term ends:
2021-02-28

Matt Ringel
Akamai Technologies

Member

Term ends:
2021-02-28

Kat Ronay
Microsoft

Member

Term ends:
2021-02-28

Anna Valsami
Telstra