Munly Leong (Executive Director)
Munly hails from Australia which was the first country in the world to introduce capped broadband (the infamous 3gb monthly cap) and has lived extensively all over North America with experience with different levels of broadband service all over the US and Canada. He has actively been involved with OpenMedia's efforts in Canada and been part of their digital as well as public engagement teams as well as a longtime member of communities like Whirlpool in Australia, DSLReports and one of the first supporters of Stop the Cap and has been through over a dozen broadband providers spread between Australia, Canada and the US. Munly holds a Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering from the University of Advancing Technology from Arizona and is the lead developer and architect behind the World Broadband Map. When not regretfully having to 'fight the internet', is a multi-preneurial software developer who is pursuing the dream and coming up with stuff that will either be in movies or in a game or somewhere in-between. Currently a Teksavvy and Wind Mobile subscriber. Former ISP's include Shaw, Cox, Qwest, Roadrunner/Time Warner, Rogers, Optus and TPG. Countries of Expertise : USA, Australia, Canada
Calvin Tennant (Canadian Affairs)
Calvin would like to see the World Broadband Foundation become an essential part of the technology landscape. He is working to help define an open specification for broadband internet access that internet service providers can use as a template for fair practice. He helped organise the Stop the Meter rally in Toronto during the 2011 Usage Based Billing fiasco. He is an advocate of the free and open web. Calvin works as a Designer/Developer at Myplanet Digital in Toronto.