Jennifer Well Arns, Associate Professor, University of South Carolina. (United States)
Theo Bothma, Emeritus Professor, University of Pretoria. (South Africa).
Susmita Chakraborty, Associate Professor, University of Calcutta. (India)
Sueli Mara Soares Pinto Ferreira, PhD; Researcher and Emeritus Professor of doctorate, masters and undergraduate level students in Information Science at the School of Communication and Arts at University of São Paulo, Brazil. Since Aug. 2017, she is the Copyright and Open Access Brazilian Committee Chair of the Brazilian Federation of Libraries Associations, Information Scientists and Professionals (FEBAB); Chair of the IFLA Division V (Africa, Asia and Oceania, Latin America and Caribbean Regions), IFLA Professional Committee Member, IFLA Library Development Advisory Committee Member, and IFLA Governing Board Member (Brazil).
Research areas: LIS education, scientific communication, open access, scientific journals and institutional repositories.
Tilen Heco, Graduate, University of Ljubljana. (Slovenia)
Karen Hinton, Senior Manager of Instructional Design and Training, OCLC(United States).
Filiberto Felipe Martínez-Arellano, Full Professor and Researcher, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Institute of Research on Library Science and Information (Mexico).
Interests: information organization, information systems, repositories, metadata, cataloguing, and LIS education.
Rebecca L. Miller, Principal Consultant, BiblioDev, LLC. (Germany/United States)
Beth Sandore Namachchivaya, University Librarian, University of Waterloo (Canada). [Co-Chair, 2016-17]. She has been Visiting Librarian at University of California, Berkeley Library and California Digital Library, and has participated in the Research Library Leadership Fellows program of the Association of Research Libraries. Beth has a Bachelor of Arts in linguistics from The College of Wooster in Ohio, and received her Masters from the Graduate Library School at the University of Chicago.
Flavia Renon, Reference & Instruction Librarian, Carleton University (Canada). In Memorium.