Adriana Ibarra


Adriana Ibarra is an attorney specializing in technology. She studied law and earned a master's degree in international business law at Tecnológico de Monterrey (Monterrey Campus, Mexico), as well as a J.D. at Mercer University School of Law in the USA.

She also completed additional studies in intellectual property, electronic media and the Internet (World Intellectual Property Organization, Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School's Internet Law Program, Mexico) and the George Washington University.

She was certified as consultant and arbitrator for intellectual property and international trade disputes by the Mercosur International Conciliation and Arbitration Court / ALCA.

She has more than ten years of experience in Internet-related organizations, particularly in the region of Latin America and the Caribbean, among them ICANN, LACNIC, LACTLD, and NIC Mexico. She has participated as a speaker in forums related to intellectual property and electronic media organized by the Chamber of Deputies and other Mexican authorities and in various national and international conferences and publications organized by IMPI, INDAUTOR, FIADI, NIC Mexico, and others.

She has served as coordinator of the Intellectual Property and Information Technologies Department of the Tecnológico de Monterrey System and was also a member of, and consultant to, the NIC Mexico Consultative Committee.

She has taught at the Tec Milenio University, served as coordinator of the Intellectual Property and Information Technology department at a law firm, and worked for international companies.

She is currently working for NTT America, Inc. as legal director for the Americas within the Cloud Communications Division.

She has been part of LACNIC's Fiscal Commission since 2003.