We are only as good as our community
Since our founding, Internet2 and our community of research and education partners have worked together to solve technology challenges and develop solutions to advance research.
Internet2 is a community providing a secure high-speed network, cloud solutions, research support, and services tailored for research and education. Our community includes higher education, research institutions, government entities, corporations and cultural organizations. Internet2, formally titled the University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development (UCAID), is a not-for-profit organization governed by a Board of Trustees who represent our diverse membership.
Internet2 membership opens the door to an active community that accelerates research and discovery.
Meet the Internet2 Executive Leadership Team.
Our goal at Internet2 is to make diversity a part of everyday life at work and in our communities.
Internet2 recognizes excellence in our community through several ongoing awards programs.
Learn more about Internet2 governance, especially as it pertains to financial oversight.
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Internet2 is governed by members of the Internet2 community. These individuals help provide the strategic direction, leadership, and oversight for Internet2.
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees — which includes four standing committees, as well as special committees — provides strategic direction, leadership, and oversight for Internet2.
Program Advisory Groups
These groups provide essential input to advise and guide the creation and direction of Internet2 programs and services.
Internet2 Legal Services
Internet2’s Legal team provides legal advice and counsel to Internet2 on a wide range of complex and highly specialized legal issues affecting the research and education community.
Internet2’s Government Relations program strives to create an open forum for dialogue between the higher education technology community and the federal government to encourage innovation and collaboration, and to address significant policy issues on behalf of the Internet2 community.