Jacqueline Morris is a Lecturer, Researcher, Gender and ICT Activist, and Internet Governance expert. She has lectured at the University of Trinidad and Tobago and at the UWI, creating and teaching courses in the fields of Education Technology and Instructional Design, as well as courses in Process Engineering, Digital Tourism, and Management Information Science. She was a founding member of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Gender Caucus in 2002 and was appointed a member of the United Nations’ Expert Working Group on Internet Governance (WGIG) in 2004-2005. In 2005, she was appointed a member of ICANN 's At Large Advisory Committee (ALAC), and was Chair of that committee in 2007. She has also held other appointed positions in the ICANN At Large, has participated in the ccNSO, and has held positions in the Nominating Committee (NomCom) as member and Associate Chair. She has been involved with the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) from inception, including facilitating workshops and attending, both in person and virtually. With regard to virtual participation, she has assisted with several local hubs that allow virtual attendance at the IGF. Over the years she has spoken often at the Caribbean Internet Governance Forum (CIGF), as well as at the Latin American and Caribbean Internet Governance Forum (LACIGF). Within Trinidad and Tobago, she was the Chair of the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society for several years, and is currently the Interim Chair. She has also recently been elected Vice-Chair of the Internet Society of Trinidad and Tobago (ISOC-TT). She was a founding Board member of the Trinidad and Tobago Multistakeholder Advisory Group (TTMAG) and the Trinidad and Tobago Internet Governance Forum (TTIGF), the first national IGF in the English speaking Caribbean. She currently sits as a Director on the Board of the National ICT Company of Trinidad and Tobago (iGovTT).