Nathalie Trenaman is the IPv6 Program Manager at the RIPE NCC. In this role, Nathalie raises awareness about IPv6 and how it can be deployed, providing information and support at both technical and managerial levels. Nathalie is also responsible for the ongoing development of IPv6 training course material.
In her additional role as a Trainer, Nathalie also travels throughout the RIPE NCC service region (Europe, the Middle East and parts of Central Asia) to deliver training courses on a number of topics, including: Local Internet Registry (LIR), IPv6, and the Routing Registry.
Nathalie has over ten years of experience in technical roles involving IPv4 and IPv6, DNS, domain names and network engineering. In 2007, Nathalie joined the RIPE NCC as an IP Resource Analyst in the Registration Services department, where her work focused on the area of registration data quality. In 2010, she joined the Training department full-time and was appointed IPv6 Program Manager in 2014.