Grace Mirandilla-Santos

Research Fellow

Mary Grace Mirandilla-Santos is an independent researcher specializing in telecommunications and information and communications technology (ICT) policy, and the impact of technology on development and society. Her areas of interest include telecom/ICT regulation and competition policy, e-government, e-democracy, and universal ICT access. Currently, she works as the lead policy researcher of a DFAT-funded project on broadband with The Asia Foundation, as a national ICT research consultant at the Asian Development Bank, and as a telecoms advisor for Vriens & Partners. She’s vice president for policy of the Internet Society (ISOC) Philippines Chapter and, in March 2017, convened the Better Broadband Alliance, a coalition of citizens and stakeholders who are committed to supporting policy initiatives that bring better broadband services to the Filipino people.