Media Resources

Contact and Media resources

Media Requests

To discuss interviews and other media opportunities, contact us at press@webfoundation.org

For time-sensitive requests, contact our communications team:

Kristen Robinson
Communications and Advocacy Manager
kristen.robinson@webfoundation.org
+44 20 3287 7228

Lauran Potter
Communications Manager (Digital Inclusion)
lauran.potter@webfoundation.org
+1 512 814 6681

Dillon Mann
Communications Director
dillon.mann@webfoundation.org
+44 203 289 7261

Web Foundation Spokespeople

Representatives from the Web Foundation are available for interview. From time to time, we are also able to contribute op-eds or feature articles.

  • Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Inventor of the World Wide Web and Founding Director of the Web Foundation
  • Anne Jellema, Web Foundation CEO
  • Sonia Jorge, Executive Director, Alliance For Affordable Internet (Topics include: Affordability, Policy and Regulation, Web for Development)
  • Craig Fagan, Web Foundation Policy Director
  • Jose M. Alonso, Programme Manager, Open Data (Topics include: Open Data, Transparency, Governance, The Web and Democracy)
  • Nnenna Nwakanma, Africa Regional Co-ordinator (Topics include: The Web in Africa, Affordability, Human Rights Online, Freedom of Expression)
  • Nanjira Sambuli, Digital Equality Advocacy Manager
  • Ingrid Brudvig, Coordinator of Women’s Rights Online advocacy and research programme (Topics include: women’s access to ICTs, women’s empowerment through the Web, gender equality and the Web)

Useful Downloads

  • An overview of the Web Foundation (PDF)
  • Key Facts (PDF)
  • The Web Foundation logo (JPEG, PSD)

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