Leadership Group

The Fedora Leadership Group is made up of members that contribute over $20,000 annually to the project, along with representatives from institutions contributing in-kind effort at approved levels. Members that contribute at lower levels can also be elected to serve on the leadership group.

The Leadership Group approves the overall priorities and strategic direction of the project by approving the annual budget and product roadmap, nominating and electing Steering Group members, voting on key decisions presented by the Steering Group, and helping to raise funds and secure other resources on behalf of Fedora.

 

Name Position Institution Status Alternate Representative
Thomas Bernhart Project Manager Docuteam Bronze
Elected
Dan Coughlin Head Libraries Strategic Technologies Penn State University Platinum
Jon Dunn Assistant Dean for Library Technologies Indiana University Platinum
Kate Dohe Digital Programs & Initiatives Manager University of Maryland Libraries Elected
Stacy Erdman Digital Perservation & Curation Officer Arizona State University Gold
Elected
Jennifer Gilbert Senior Technical Information Specialist National Library of Medicine In-Kind Contribution
Emily Gore Assistant Dean, Digital Initatives & Technology Infrastructure University of Tennessee, Knoxville Gold
Elected
Este Pope Head of Digital Programs Amherst College Bronze
In-Kind Contributor
Scott Prater Digital Library Analyst University of Wisconsin-Madison In-Kind Contribution
Robin Ruggaber Director of Strategic Technology Partnerships & Initiatives University of Virginia Platinum
Oliver Schöner Repository Manager Berlin State Library Bronze
Elected
Tim Shearer Associate University Librarian for Digital Strategies and IT University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Gold
Elected
Jennifer Vinopal
Associate Director for Information Technology
The Ohio State University Libraries Platinum
Jakov M. Vežić IT Consultant University of Zagreb, University Computing Centre (SRCE) Elected

Ex-Officio Members

Rosalyn Metz
Emory University Libraries

Mark Jordan
Simon Fraser University