Charmaine Houvet has over two decades of telecommunications experience working with private and public sector organizations across Africa. She joined Cisco in March 2016 with several years’ experience as a Senior Executive in diverse and transformative roles with high profile leading ICT companies. She currently serves on the Advisory Board of the Global Broadband Plan for Refugees Project to meet the broadband connectivity goal set by the United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR). Charmaine has been appointed to serve on the Presidential Commission on the Fourth Industrial Revolution under President Cyril Ramaphosa in South Africa. Charmaine is passionate about female and community development and serves pro bono on various boards and trusts whose objectives are aligned to her values. She serves on the Cisco local board and the charitable trust board headquartered in San Jose.
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