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The Carpentries 2021 Executive Council announced

Aleksandra Nenadic

Aleksandra Nenadic

Training Team Lead

Posted on 2 February 2021

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The Carpentries 2021 Executive Council announced

Posted by j.laird on 2 February 2021 - 9:30am

The Carpentries logoThe Carpentries have announced the results of the community and council elections for their 2021 Executive Council, including the SSI's Training Lead Aleksandra Nenadic.

Incoming community-elected members

Five candidates stood for the community election held during the beginning of December. The two candidates receiving the highest number of votes and joining the Executive Council for two-year terms as community-elected Members are:

  • Sarah Stevens: Data Science Facilitator, University of Wisconsin-Madison in the United States.
  • Aleksandra Nenadic: Training Lead, Software Sustainability Institute in the United Kingdom.

Incoming council-elected members

The Executive Council elected the following three individuals:

  • John Chodacki: Director of the University of California Curation Center (UC3) at California Digital Library (CDL) in the United States.
  • Michael Smith: DEI Non-Profit Operations and Programs Strategist in the United States.
  • Masami Yamaguchi: Librarian, Griffith University in Australia.

Continuing and outgoing Executive Council members

The five new members listed above join the following continuing Executive Council members:

  • Cedric Chambers: Founder and CEO of JUMP Recruits in the United States.
  • Paula Andrea Martinez: Community Manager, FAIR for Research Software, Australia.
  • Lex Nederbragt: Senior lecturer at the Institute of Biosciences, University of Oslo in Norway.
  • Konrad Förstner: Professor for Data and Information Literacy at the TH Köln – University of Applied Sciences and Head of Data Science and Services at ZB MED - Information Centre for Life Sciences in Germany.
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