My name is Ayden Férdeline, and I am a Berlin-based Internet policy consultant whose professional interests include developing and executing strategies which support the Internet identifier needs of different stakeholders, researching changing privacy and data protection landscapes, staying abreast of the latest cybersecurity developments, and making digital policymaking processes around the world more representative and inclusive.

I am currently a Councilor on the Council of the Generic Names Supporting Organization, the body which sets policy for generic top-level domain names like .com, where I represent the interests of non-commercial uses and users of the Domain Name System.

I am a graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science and have previously worked for the data and analytics group, YouGov, and the Internet Society.

Please feel free to connect with me. The surest way to reach me is via email, or through a private message on Twitter.