Kenneth Terribile is an engineer with a keen interest in changing technical problems into workable solutions. Currently forming part of the Corporate Solutions Department at Melita Ltd, Mr Terribile has recently been elected to the new Executive Committee of MITLA, the Malta IT Law Association.
MITLA is a registered organisation active in the research, discussion and circulation of information on legal developments taking place internationally with respect to ICT Law and the knowledge economy.
Assigned as the Executive Committee’s External Relations Officer, Kenneth will serve as the point of contact for managing external communication with stakeholders, as well as strategy.
As a senior engineer within Melita’s Corporate Solutions Department, Kenneth advises and assists clients requiring connectivity, data centre and IoT solutions, in line with local and international regulatory requirements. In the past Kenneth also occupied the roles of Public Relations Officer with the Chamber of Engineers, Secretary General of KSU (Kunsill Studenti Universitarji), and President of UESA (University Engineering Students’ Association). Kenneth holds a B. Eng (Hons) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Malta and is also Prince II certified.
With wide experience in pre-sales solution design, sales of B2B and B2C services such as datacentre hosting, and premium internet connectivity services, Kenneth will help MITLA contribute to Malta’s digital future. This year MITLA relaunched its membership schemes, encouraging students, individuals and businesses involved in IT and law to support the NGO both to gain insight and to have the opportunity to influence policy.