The New Mexico Chapter of the Internet Society
was established in 2017 under the umbrella
of New Mexico TechWorks and the non-profit Community Learning Network
In 2017, we co-hosted
an ISOC 25th Anniversary Celebration in Espanola
and the Indigenous Connectivity Summit in Santa Fe
In 2018, we co-hosted
a Regional Meeting and Panel Discussion at the Santa Fe Indian School
By connecting the world,
working with others,
and advocating for equal access to the Internet,
the Internet Society strives to make the world a better place.
Internet Society Mission:
To promote the open development, evolution, and use of the Internet
for the benefit of all people throughout the world.
To help achieve our mission, the Internet Society:
- Facilitates open development of standards, protocols, administration,
and the technical infrastructure of the Internet.
- Supports education in developing countries specifically, and wherever the need exists.
- Promotes professional development and builds community to foster participation and leadership
in areas important to the evolution of the Internet.
- Provides reliable information about the Internet.
- Provides forums for discussion of issues that affect Internet evolution, development and use
in technical, commercial, societal, and other contexts.
- Fosters an environment for international cooperation, community, and a culture
that enables self-governance to work.
- Serves as a focal point for cooperative efforts to promote the Internet as a positive tool
to benefit all people throughout the world.
- Provides management and coordination for on-strategy initiatives and outreach efforts
in humanitarian, educational, societal, and other contexts.