[OpenGLAM] OpenGLAM Advisory board
jon.voss at wearewhatwedo.org
Wed Jun 26 17:50:53 UTC 2013
That's fantastic! It's an amazing roster and I look forward to seeing what comes of it and helping out however you need.
One of the things that I took away from the LODLAM Summit last week is the opportunity and responsibility we have to continue to grow our leadership to be truly global and work to incorporate Africa, Asia and South America in particular. We'll be looking carefully at that from the LODLAM side of things and welcome any thoughts as well.
Historypin Strategic Partnerships Director
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On Jun 25, 2013, at 1:45 AM, Joris Pekel wrote:
> Dear all,
> We’re very pleased to announce the first OpenGLAM Advisory Board!
> Made up of a distinguished and diverse cast of open culture advocates from across the cultural heritage sector the Advisory Board will provide guidance to the OpenGLAM Working Group and give feedback on key strategic issues.
> The current Advisory Board is 7 members strong and includes Dan Cohen, Jill Cousins, Michael Edson, Paul Keller, Alexis Rossi, Merete Sanderhoff and Kat Walsh.
> Michael Edson, Director of Web and New Media Strategy at the Smithsonian Institution, who will serve on the Advisory Board said:
> “GLAMs are essential to the wise conduct of democracy, and openness is essential to the wise conduct of GLAMs. I am profoundly happy to be joining my friends and colleagues on the OpenGLAM Advisory Board, and to work with them on behalf of the open knowledge community.”
> A full list of the Advisory Board members and their respective biographies can be found in the blog post: http://openglam.org/2013/06/24/announcing-the-openglam-advisory-board/
> All the best,
> Joris Pekel
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