Ranjan Anantharaman, co-Chair Twitter
Raye Kimmerer, co-Chair GitHub
Katharine Hyatt, Program co-Chair Twitter
Luca Ferranti, Program co-Chair Github
Skylar Gering, DEI co-Chair GitHub
Valentin Churavy, DEI co-Chair GitHub
Gareth Thomas, Local Chair LinkedIn
Kevin O'Brien, Media and Publicity Twitter
Carsten Bauer, Proceedings Chair GitHub
Pablo Zubieta, Web Github
Jorge Vieyra, Local organizer LinkedIn
Max van Dijk, Local organizer LinkedIn
Dmitry Bagaev, Local organizer LinkedIn
Xiu-zhe (Roger) Luo, DEI GitHub
Long Chen, DEI LinkedIn
Each year, the previous years JuliaCon committee is usually asked to return. If certain members are no longer able to continue in their role, the existing committee members will work to find a replacement. JuliaCon committee members are generally folks who have been long term contributors to the community or made significant contributors in recent years. Generally, the JuliaCon Chair/co-chair's lead the effort to recruit committee members.
The committee is also open to nominations (you can nominate yourself) for vacant positions or positions that do not exist but you think would provide value to the conference. Nominations are accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed by the current committee as needed. While many current committee members have been long term Julia contributors, this is not a hard requirement. Being a long term member of the community comes with its blind spots, so if there is a unique angle you believe your nominee (including yourself) brings to the table, we would love to hear more!
The JuliaCon committee is composed entirely of volunteer organizers and can be reached at email@example.com with any questions or comments.