Marita Moll is Canadian researcher, policy analyst and long time public interest advocate. From 2015-2018 she was a community member of the Board of Directors of Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA). From 2018 to 2022, she served as a North American representative on the 15 member At Large Advisory Committee (ALAC). As one of the supporting organizations in the multistakeholder governance system at the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), At Large submits comments and advice to the ICANN Board on policies and activities as they relate to the concerns of Internet end-users. She has a special interest in monitoring work on ICANN's strategic objective related to the evolution of the multistakeholder model.
Marita is President of Telecommunities Canada, a member of the North American Regional At Large Organization (NARALO). RALOs are an essential part of the bottom-up structure serving Internet end users at ICANN. She is a graduate of the European School of Internet Governance in Meissen, Germany and has been a guest lecturer at the Virtual School of Internet Governance on the topic of multistakeholderism in Internet governance. She is a member of the steering committee of the Canadian Internet Governance Forum.