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Bradley Kuhn (bkuhn) - 7 years ago 2014-04-02 12:12:30
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HETE-2 satellite (an astrophysical Gamma Ray Burst mission) part
 
time. Mark earned his BA in Physics at Reed College and a PhD from the
 
Institute for Theoretical Physics at Stony Brook. </p>
 

	
 
<h2>Bradley M. Kuhn</h2>
 

	
 
<p>Bradley M. Kuhn began his work in the Free Software Movement as a
 
volunteer when, in 1992, he became an early adopter of the popular
 
GNU/Linux operating system, and began contributing to various Free
 
Software projects.  He worked during the 1990s as a system administrator
 
and software development consultant for Westinghouse, Lucent Technologies,
 
and numerous small companies.  He also spent one year teaching Advanced
 
Placement Computer Science (using GNU/Linux and GCC) at Walnut Hills High
 
School in Cincinnati.  In January 2000, he was hired by the Free Software
 
Foundation (FSF), and he served as its Executive Director from March 2001
 
until March 2005, when he left FSF to join the Software Freedom Law Center
 
(SFLC), where he worked as SFLC's Policy Analyst and Technology Director from
 
2005 until October 2010, when he joined Conservancy as its Executive
 
Director.  Kuhn holds a summa cum laude B.S. in Computer Science from
 
Loyola College in Maryland, and an M.S. in Computer Science from the
 
University of Cincinnati.  His Master's thesis discussed methods for
 
dynamic interoperability of Free Software languages.</p>
 
<p><a href="http://ebb.org/bkuhn/">Bradley M. Kuhn</a> is the President and
 
Distinguished Technologist at <a href="http://sfconservancy.org/">Software
 
Freedom Conservancy</a> and on the Board of Directors of the <a
 
href="http://fsf.org/">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
 
2000, when he was hired by the FSF.  As FSF's Executive Director from
 
2001&ndash;2005, Kuhn led FSF's GPL enforcement, launched its Associate
 
Member program, and invented the <a
 
href="http://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.html">Affero GPL</a>.  From
 
2005-2010, Kuhn worked as the Policy Analyst and Technology Director of the
 
Software Freedom Law Center.  Kuhn was the primary volunteer for Conservancy
 
from 2006&ndash;2010, and has been a full-time staffer since early 2011.
 
Kuhn holds a summa cum laude B.S. in Computer Science from <a
 
href="http://www.loyola.edu/academic/computerscience">Loyola University in
 
Maryland</a>, and an M.S. in Computer Science from the <a
 
href="http://www.cs.uc.edu/">University of Cincinnati</a>.  <a
 
href="http://www.ebb.org/bkuhn/articles/thesis/">Kuhn's Master's thesis</a>
 
discussed methods for dynamic interoperability of FLOSS programming
 
languages.  Kuhn received the <a
 
href="http://www.oscon.com/oscon2012/public/schedule/detail/25039">O'Reilly
 
Open Source Award in 2012</a>, in recognition for his lifelong policy work on
 
copyleft licensing.</p>
 

	
 
<h2>Mike Linksvayer</h2>
 

	
 
<p>Mike Linksvayer serves on the boards of AcaWiki and OpenHatch,
 
and is chair of the Open Definition Advisory Council. From 2003 to
 
2012 he served as CTO and VP of Creative Commons, where he is now a
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<p>The <a href="/about/board/">Board of Directors</a> of the Conservancy
 
elects its officers.  The current officers are:</p>
 

	
 
<h2>Bradley M. Kuhn - President and Board Chairperson</h2>
 

	
 
<p>Bradley M. Kuhn began his work in the Free Software Movement as a
 
volunteer when, in 1992, he became an early adopter of the popular GNU/Linux
 
operating system, and began contributing to various Free Software projects.
 
He worked during the 1990s as a system administrator and software development
 
consultant for Westinghouse, Lucent Technologies, and numerous small
 
companies.  He also spent one year teaching Advanced Placement Computer
 
Science (using GNU/Linux and GCC) at Walnut Hills High School in Cincinnati.
 
In January 2000, he was hired by the Free Software Foundation (FSF), and he
 
served as its Executive Director from March 2001 until March 2005, when he
 
left FSF to join the Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC), where he worked as
 
SFLC's Policy Analyst and Technology Director from 2005 until October 2010,
 
when he joined Conservancy as its Executive Director.
 
Kuhn <a href="http://sfconservancy.org/news/2014/mar/31/karen-joins/">passed
 
the torch as Conservancy's Executive Director to Karen Sandler in March
 
2014</a>, and continues on staff at Conservancy as its Distinguished
 
Technologist.  Kuhn holds a summa cum laude B.S. in Computer Science from
 
Loyola College in Maryland, and an M.S. in Computer Science from the
 
University of Cincinnati.  His Master's thesis discussed methods for dynamic
 
interoperability of Free Software languages.</p>
 
<p><a href="http://ebb.org/bkuhn/">Bradley M. Kuhn</a> is the President and
 
Distinguished Technologist at <a href="http://sfconservancy.org/">Software
 
Freedom Conservancy</a> and on the Board of Directors of the <a
 
href="http://fsf.org/">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
 
2000, when he was hired by the FSF.  As FSF's Executive Director from
 
2001&ndash;2005, Kuhn led FSF's GPL enforcement, launched its Associate
 
Member program, and invented the <a
 
href="http://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.html">Affero GPL</a>.  From
 
2005-2010, Kuhn worked as the Policy Analyst and Technology Director of the
 
Software Freedom Law Center.  Kuhn was the primary volunteer for Conservancy
 
from 2006&ndash;2010, and has been a full-time staffer since early 2011.
 
Kuhn holds a summa cum laude B.S. in Computer Science from <a
 
href="http://www.loyola.edu/academic/computerscience">Loyola University in
 
Maryland</a>, and an M.S. in Computer Science from the <a
 
href="http://www.cs.uc.edu/">University of Cincinnati</a>.  <a
 
href="http://www.ebb.org/bkuhn/articles/thesis/">Kuhn's Master's thesis</a>
 
discussed methods for dynamic interoperability of FLOSS programming
 
languages.  Kuhn received the <a
 
href="http://www.oscon.com/oscon2012/public/schedule/detail/25039">O'Reilly
 
Open Source Award in 2012</a>, in recognition for his lifelong policy work on
 
copyleft licensing.</p>
 

	
 
<h2>Mark Galassi - Vice-President</h2>
 

	
 
<p>Mark Galassi has been involved in the GNU project since 1984.  He
 
currently works as a researcher in the International, Space, and Response
 
division at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where he has worked on the
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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>Bradley M. Kuhn - President and Distinguished Technologist</h2>
 
<a id="bkuhn"></a>
 
<p>Bradley M. Kuhn began his work in the Free Software Movement as a
 
volunteer when, in 1992, he became an early adopter of the popular GNU/Linux
 
operating system, and began contributing to various Free Software projects.
 
He worked during the 1990s as a system administrator and software development
 
consultant for Westinghouse, Lucent Technologies, and numerous small
 
companies.  He also spent one year teaching Advanced Placement Computer
 
Science (using GNU/Linux and GCC) at Walnut Hills High School in Cincinnati.
 
In January 2000, he was hired by the Free Software Foundation (FSF), and he
 
served as its Executive Director from March 2001 until March 2005, when he
 
left FSF to join the Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC), where he worked as
 
SFLC's Policy Analyst and Technology Director from 2005 until October 2010,
 
when he joined Conservancy as its Executive Director.
 
Kuhn <a href="http://sfconservancy.org/news/2014/mar/31/karen-joins/">passed
 
the torch as Conservancy's Executive Director to Karen Sandler in March
 
2014</a>, and continues on staff at Conservancy as its Distinguished
 
Technologist.  Kuhn holds a summa cum laude B.S. in Computer Science from
 
Loyola College in Maryland, and an M.S. in Computer Science from the
 
University of Cincinnati.  His Master's thesis discussed methods for dynamic
 
interoperability of Free Software languages.</p>
 
<p><a href="http://ebb.org/bkuhn/">Bradley M. Kuhn</a> is the President and
 
Distinguished Technologist at <a href="http://sfconservancy.org/">Software
 
Freedom Conservancy</a> and on the Board of Directors of the <a
 
href="http://fsf.org/">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
 
2000, when he was hired by the FSF.  As FSF's Executive Director from
 
2001&ndash;2005, Kuhn led FSF's GPL enforcement, launched its Associate
 
Member program, and invented the <a
 
href="http://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.html">Affero GPL</a>.  From
 
2005-2010, Kuhn worked as the Policy Analyst and Technology Director of the
 
Software Freedom Law Center.  Kuhn was the primary volunteer for Conservancy
 
from 2006&ndash;2010, and has been a full-time staffer since early 2011.
 
Kuhn holds a summa cum laude B.S. in Computer Science from <a
 
href="http://www.loyola.edu/academic/computerscience">Loyola University in
 
Maryland</a>, and an M.S. in Computer Science from the <a
 
href="http://www.cs.uc.edu/">University of Cincinnati</a>.  <a
 
href="http://www.ebb.org/bkuhn/articles/thesis/">Kuhn's Master's thesis</a>
 
discussed methods for dynamic interoperability of FLOSS programming
 
languages.  Kuhn received the <a
 
href="http://www.oscon.com/oscon2012/public/schedule/detail/25039">O'Reilly
 
Open Source Award in 2012</a>, in recognition for his lifelong policy work on
 
copyleft licensing.</p>
 

	
 
<h2>Tony Sebro - General Counsel</h2>
 
<a id="tony"></a>
 
<p>Tony Sebro is a seasoned technology attorney with a broad base of
 
business and legal experience relating to technology, strategy, and
 
business development.  Before joining Conservancy, Tony was most recently
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