ORG Carribean Knowledge and Learning Network Title BIO Carlton was formerly the Chief Information Officer & University Director of IT at The University of the West Indies and is now an independent consultant specializing in the areas of technology strategy and policy development, business process re-engineering, and ICTs in education. He is a teacher of Information Science as an adjunct professor in the Department of Library and Information Studies, the Faculty of Humanities and Education at the UWI, Mona. Carlton was awarded undergraduate & graduate degrees from The University of the West Indies at Mona, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia. He has over twenty (25) years of business experience primarily centred in the ICT sector from working across North America, Europe, and the Caribbean. His industry experience covers telecommunications, financial services, strategic management consulting and technology service delivery and comes from senior technical and strategic management positions in corporations as diverse as AT&T, Software Ag, Lucent Technologies, HGM Management & Technologies, the Workers Bank Group and the Neal & Massy Group. He has served as a director on several boards of management including lately, the eLearning Jamaica Company. He now serves on several international advisory boards occupied with issues of Internet Governance and ICTs in education.