Changeset - 9e7875d5d7dd
[Not reviewed]
0 1 0
Bradley Kuhn (bkuhn) - 7 years ago 2014-04-23 17:20:41
bkuhn@ebb.org
Update Karen's Bio on Eval Committee page as well.
1 file changed with 16 insertions and 14 deletions:
0 comments (0 inline, 0 general)
www/conservancy/static/about/eval-committee/index.html
Show inline comments
...
 
@@ -128,20 +128,22 @@ He has previously worked on Free Software for web services like MediaWiki
 
and StatusNet.</p>
 

	
 
<h2>Karen Sandler</h2>
 

	
 
<p>Karen M. Sandler is currently the Executive Director of the GNOME
 
Foundation and prior to taking up this position was General Counsel of the
 
Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC). Karen continues to do <a
 
href="/about/outside#karen">pro bono legal work with Conservancy</a>, SFLC,
 
and Question Copyright and serves as an officer of both the Conservancy and
 
SFLC.  Before joining SFLC, Karen worked as an associate in the corporate
 
departments of Gibson, Dunn &amp; Crutcher LLP in New York and Clifford
 
Chance in New York and London. Karen received her law degree from Columbia
 
Law School in 2000, where she was a James Kent Scholar and co-founder of
 
the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review. Karen received her
 
bachelor’s degree in engineering from The Cooper Union. She is a recipient
 
of an O'Reilly Open Source Award and also co-host of the <a
 
href="http://faif.us">&ldquo;Free as in Freedom&rdquo; podcast</a>.</p>
 
<a id="karen"></a>
 

	
 
<p>Karen M. Sandler is Executive Director of Conservancy. She was previously
 
the Executive Director of the GNOME Foundation. In partnership with the GNOME
 
Foundation, Karen co-organizes the award winning Outreach Program for
 
Women. Prior to taking up this position, Karen was General Counsel of the
 
Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC). She continues to do pro bono legal work
 
with SFLC, the GNOME Foundation and QuestionCopyright.Org. Before joining
 
SFLC, Karen worked as an associate in the corporate departments of Gibson,
 
Dunn &amp; Crutcher LLP in New York and Clifford Chance in New York and
 
London. Karen received her law degree from Columbia Law School in 2000, where
 
she was a James Kent Scholar and co-founder of the Columbia Science and
 
Technology Law Review. Karen received her bachelor’s degree in engineering
 
from The Cooper Union. She is a recipient of an O'Reilly Open Source Award
 
and also co-host of the <a href="http://faif.us">&ldquo;Free as in
 
Freedom&rdquo; podcast</a>.</p>
 

	
 
<h2>Tony Sebro</h2>
 

	
0 comments (0 inline, 0 general)