Abraham Selby, also known as Fiifi Mensah Selby, is a tech policy analyst, Google I.T support Certified and Information Technology professional with over ten years of working experience in the I.T ecosystem.
Selby is a Postgraduate MPA Student at the School of Public Policy (University College London - UCL) under the Pentland Scholarship Award scheme 2023/2024 in the United Kingdom. He holds a B.Sc. Information and Communication Technology was awarded by KNUST and an Information Technology Diploma from Kumasi Technical University in Ghana. He has passed through the Internet Governance Fellowship from GhanaSIG, AFRISIG, WASIG, INDIASIG, and VirtualSIG. He has been contributing to the Internet Governance Forum and served as a Technical Support team member from the 2020 IGF to Date.
Selby is an ICANN 79 Fellow under the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) fellowship program 2024. Selby is part of the leadership team under the Pan African Youth Ambassadors for Internet Governance (PAYAIG) initiative that seeks to train youth in Internet governance in Africa in different local languages. He has also been contributing to the United Nations Internet Governance Forum as a Technical Support volunteer, Session speaker at various UN and Africa Internet governance forums whiles he has contributed as team member of the UNDESA 2024 E-Governance Survey project under the Public Institutions and Digital Government (DPIDG).
Selby has been the AMS for the Internet Society Cybersecurity SIG from 2021 to 2024, Serving as programs and Communications Committee Chair under the Internet Society Ghana Chapter. He is an alumnus of the Internet Society Youth IGF Ambassador program. He likes advocacy and solving technology problems worldwide through his contributions to the ICANN UA Working group, Administrator and a leadership member of the Dynamic Coalition on Internet Standards, Security and Safety (IS3C), EGIGFA, Youth Standing Group, West Africa IGF, and West Africa Youth IGF. Currently, He is mentoring many youths across Africa in Internet Governance and Information Technology transformation.