Chief Executive Officer
Ph.D., Communication, Stanford University
Georg co-founded CGNET in 1983 as a sustainable organization that would keep its clients at the leading edge of practical information and communication technology, with an emphasis on networking, messaging and collaboration. He has overseen and undertaken I.T. infrastructure designs and installations in Europe, Africa, Asia, North America, South America, and Australia. His on-the-ground experience includes working with scores of international organizations and foundations including Gates Foundation, Ford Foundation, African Development Bank, UNDP, UNEP, World Bank, IFAD, USAID, US Department of Agriculture, and many more.
Prior to CGNET, Georg worked for Nortel Networks’ R & D laboratory, Bell Northern Research. Georg has undertaken consulting assignments for the Rand Corporation, SRI International, NASA, NSF, Los Alamos National Scientific Laboratories, National Institutes of Health, KQED Television, UCLA, UC-Berkeley, University of Southern California, Stanford University, the Food and Drug Administration, and many others. Georg also holds a B.A. and M.A. in Communication from San Jose State University.