Stacy Konkiel is the Head of Strategy at The Idealis and the Director of Research & Education at Altmetric, a data science company that uncovers the attention that research receives online. Her research interests include incentives systems in academia and informetrics, and Stacy has written and presented widely about altmetrics, Open Science, and library services. She also currently chairs the Innovation committee and board of Library Pipeline and is building the Metrics Toolkit. Previously, Stacy worked with teams at Impactstory, Indiana University, UMass Amherst & PLOS. You can follow Stacy on Twitter at @skonkiel.
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Nicky Agate is the Head of Outreach at The Idealis and Head of Digital Initiatives at the Modern Language Association, where she project manages Humanities Commons, MLA Commons, and CORE. She’s interested in open-access publishing models, open educational resources, and open peer review; in expanding the definition and recognition of “scholarship” beyond the article and monograph; and in rethinking the values we reward and promote in higher ed. She serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Librarianship & Scholarly Communication and tweets @terrainsvagues.
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Lily Troia is the Head of Operations at The Idealis and an Engagement Manager at Altmetric. She has a background in digital scholarship, open access, and research data services. Lily is a copyright geek with a strong interest in cultural heritage and digital stewardship. She has previously worked at the College of William & Mary, Harvard University, and Simmons College School of Library and Information Science. She currently serves on committees with the American Library Association and the Society of American Archivists. You can follow Lily on Twitter at @lilytroia.
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Gesina Phillips is a Technical Advisor to The Idealis, advising on developments in open access, publishing technology, and more.
Chealsye Bowley, Ubiquity Press and Open Access Button (upcoming)
Timothy Bowman, Wayne State University (upcoming)
Jessica Brangiel, Swarthmore College (upcoming)
Dylan Burns, Utah State University (upcoming)
Gail P. Clement, California Institute of Technology (upcoming)
Lauren Collister, University of Pittsburgh (one-term)
Kyle Courtney, Harvard University (upcoming)
Kathleen DeLaurenti, William & Mary (one-term)
Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara, University of Colorado, Boulder (one-term)
Kyra Folk-Farber, UC Santa Barbara (upcoming)
Lisa Gonzalez, Private Academic Library Network of Indiana (one-term)
April Hathcock, New York University (upcoming)
Claudia Holland, George Mason University (upcoming)
Annie Johnson, Temple University (one-term)
Rebecca Kennison, Open Access Network/K|N Consulting (upcoming)
Lucy Lambe, The London School of Economics and Political Science (upcoming)
Paolo Mangiafico, Duke University (upcoming)
Gesina Phillips, Duquesne University (upcoming)
Lillian Rigling, North Carolina State University (one-term)
Simone Sacchi, LIBER (upcoming)
Vicky Steeves, New York University (upcoming)
Andy Tattersall, University of Sheffield (upcoming)
Micah Vandegrift, Florida State University (one-term)
Megan Wacha, City University of New York (one-term)
Dillon Wackerman, Southern Methodist University (upcoming)
Michaela Willi-Hooper, Oregon State University (upcoming)