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<h2>Karen Sandler - Executive Director</h2>
<h2>Karen M. Sandler - Executive Director</h2>
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<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
<p>Karen M. Sandler is the executive director of Conservancy. Karen is known
as a cyborg lawyer for her advocacy for free software, particularly in
relation to the software on medical devices. Prior to joining Conservancy,
she was executive director of the GNOME Foundation. Before that, she was
general counsel of the Software Freedom Law Center. Karen
co-organizes <a href="">Outreachy</a>, the
award-winning outreach program for women globally and for people of color
who are underrepresented in US tech. She is also pro bono counsel to the FSF
and GNOME. Karen is a recipient of the O’Reilly Open Source Award and cohost
of the oggcast <a href="">Free as in Freedom</a>.</p>

<p>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="">&ldquo;Free as in
Freedom&rdquo; podcast</a>.</p>
from The Cooper Union.</p>

<h2>Bradley M. Kuhn - President and Distinguished Technologist</h2>
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<p><a href="">Bradley M. Kuhn</a> is the President and
Distinguished Technologist at Software
Freedom Conservancy and on the Board of Directors of the <a
href="">Free Software Foundation (FSF)</a>. Kuhn began his
work in the software freedom movement as a volunteer in 1992, when he became
an early adopter of the GNU/Linux operating system, and began contributing to
various FLOSS projects.  He worked during the 1990s as a system administrator
and software developer for various companies, and taught AP Computer Science
at Walnut Hills High School in Cincinnati.  Kuhn's non-profit career began in
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