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<h3> Board Members</h3>

<dt id="alex"><span><img alt="CAN" src=""><img alt="USA" src=""></span>Alexandre Simon - Attorney</dt>
<dd><img alt="asimon" src="i/alex.jpg">
A graduate of McGill University in Montreal in Theatre and Mathematics, as well as a graduate of New York University School of Law,
Alex joined the board of while assisting the organization with incorporation and tax-exemption matters.</p>
<p>Alex is currently Associate Counsel at the National Hockey League with a practice specializing in new media, technology
and intellectual property.  Alex also sits on the board of directors of the Community~Word Project, an arts-in-education
non-profit organization in New York that empowers children in underserved communities through collaborative arts residencies
and teacher training programs.</p></dd>

<dt id="brian"><span><img alt="IRL" src=""><img alt="SVN" src=""></span>Brian King - Software Developer</dt>
<dd><img alt="brian" id="bwk" src="i/brian.jpg">
<p>Brian has been hacking on Mozilla and related projects since early 1999. He was working on a 3rd-party educational application built using Mozilla,
and then he started contributing to the Mozilla Editor and exploring the rest of the vast body of code.  He moved on to work at
<a href="">ActiveState</a> where he was heavily involved in the Komodo project, a scripting language IDE that
uses the Mozilla application framework.</p>

<p>Previously, Brian spent his time as a C++ applications developer, interspersed with some Perl development and XML consultancy.
His technical interests include observing and participating in the re-shaping of the web environment brought about by XML.</p>

<p>Brian has <a href="">written a number of articles</a> about Mozilla and co-authored the O&#8217;Reilly title
&#8216;<a href="">Creating Applications with Mozilla</a>&#8217;.</p>

<p>He is currently running a Web Application consultancy called <a href="">Briks Software</a>,
with their main focus currently on Mozilla development.</p></dd>

<dt id="monkey"><span><img alt="GBR" src=""></span>Chris Neale - Standards Monkey</dt>
<dd><img alt="cdn" id="cdn" src="i/monkey.jpg">
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Chris has been involved in the Mozilla community since 2002.<br>
Initially bughunting in the Orbit3 theme, then taking over its development in May 2002. Other theme work followed, notably
in September 2002 Chris was contracted by <a href="">Linspire Inc</a>. (then
President &amp; COO Kevin Carmony to make LindowsOS Orbit (Orbit Retro in green). In addition to providing with a theme, September 2002 also saw Chris take over the running of the mozdev themes project.</p>
<p>On the extensions front, initial forays include porting chromEdit to jslib from the original source by Andrew Wooldridge, again in September 2002 and porting the Link Toolbar to Phoenix in February 2003.<br>
Chris is currently on the core admin team at <a href=""></a> and works as a part-time consultant for
<p>In &#8220;real life&#8221; Chris is CTO and senior web developer at Elogicom Ltd., a small company in his locality.</p></dd>

<dt id="dave"><span><img alt="USA" src=""></span>David Boswell - MozDev co-Founder</dt>
<dd><img alt="david" src="i/dave.jpg">
<p>David has been involved in the Mozilla community for more than six years. He started the Mozilla development effort
at Alphanumerica and coordinated the first two Mozilla Developer Meetings. He is one of the co-founders of,
a site that offers free project hosting for Mozilla application and extension developers.  David has been involved
with other open source communities hosted by Sun Microsystems, Nokia and Hewlett Packard.</p>
<p>He is currently completing a Masters in Public Administration from Columbia University&#8217;s School of International and Public Affairs.</p></dd>

<dt id="eric"><span><img alt="USA" src=""></span>Eric H. Jung - MozDev Community</dt>
<dd><img alt="eric" id="ej" src="i/eric.jpg">
<p>With over 15 years of industry experience, Eric is a published author and formally trained computer scientist.
He consults for Fortune 500 companies on software architecture, design, and implementation. Some clients include
Citibank, Mellon Analytical Solutions, Eli Lilly and Company, Novartis, Qwest Communications, Electronic Data Systems,
Westinghouse, and ADP.</p>
<p>His involvement with Mozilla began in 2003 with extension development. Since then, he&#8217;s been an active community
member having contributed to MDC, MozillaZine, Mozilla IRC, and both Mozilla and mozdev mailing lists and newsgroups.</p>
<p>Eric currently lives outside of Boston, USA.</p></dd>

<dt id="myk"><span><img alt="HUN" src=""/><img alt="USA" src=""/></span>Myk Melez -</dt>
<dd><img alt="myk" src="i/myk.jpg"/>
<p>Myk Melez has been working with Mozilla since 1999, when he started
using the browser as a DHTML application platform.  In 2000 he wrote <a
href="">ForumZilla</a>, a weblog reader,
and since 2001 he has been working as a webtools hacker for <a
href=""></a>.  He was responsible for
numerous improvements to <a href="">Bugzilla</a>
including its enhanced attachment handling and code-review request
features, and he wrote <a href="">Doctor</a>,
a web interface for updating;s CVS-based web site.</p>

<p>Lately he&#8217;s been experimenting with XUL interfaces to web applications,
f.e. <a
duplicates report</a>, <a href="">Bugxula</a>,
and <a href="">tinderstatus</a>.  He is
also the author of two XUL tutorials, <a
href="">Creating a
Mozilla Extension</a> and <a
href="">Using Remote XUL</a>.</p></dd>

<dt id="nigel"><span><img alt="GBR" src=""/><img alt="USA" src=""></span>Nigel Howard - Attorney</dt>
<dd><img alt="nhoward" src="i/nigel.jpg">
<p>A New York Partner with Mayer, Brown, Rowe &amp; Maw LLP</p>
<p><span class="bodytitle">Experience</span><br>

              <strong><em>Information Technology and Outsourcing:</em></strong>&nbsp; Represents clients in complex and mission critical technology transactions --outsourcing,&nbsp;licensing, joint venture, and strategic alliance transactions. Represents clients in intellectual property purchases and sales and in reviews of IP&nbsp;portfolios in relation to corporate financing and M&amp;A transactions.&nbsp; Advises on cross-border technology transfer. Advises on development and testing arrangements, distribution channels, technology deployment and electronic commerce and internet strategies. Expert on privacy laws as they relate to electronic databases and online services.&nbsp; Ranked one of the top IT &amp; Outsourcing attorneys in New York by Chambers and Partners. Chambers stated "Interviewees view him as a "<em>wonderful lawyer who remains calm under pressure</em> ."</p>

              <p><span class="bodytitle">Employment</span><br>
              Mayer, Brown, Rowe &amp; Maw LLP, New York, 2003 to date; Partner, 2003 &nbsp;&#149;&nbsp; Brobeck, Phleger &amp; Harrison LLP, New York, 1993-2003; Partner, 1998; Head of Technology Group, 2000 &nbsp;&#149;&nbsp; Boodle Hatfield, London, 1988-1992</p>

              <p><span class="bodytitle">Education</span><br>
              London University, masters degree in intellectual property law (pass with merit), 1991&nbsp;&#149;&nbsp;Lancaster University, bachelors degree in law (with honors), 1987; Veronica Cowan prize for law</p>

              <p><span class="bodytitle">Admitted</span><br>New York, 1993 &nbsp;&#149;&nbsp; England, 1990</p></dd>
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<dt id="pete"><span><img alt="USA" src=""></span>Pete Collins - MozDev co-Founder</dt>
<dd><img alt="petejc" src="i/pete.jpg">
<p>Pete got involved with the Mozilla project in April 1999 as a contributor to the
             Editor module. He was also the first external developer to start documenting XUL.
             His initial efforts were a remote, web enabled script editor and a community
             driven rewrite of the existing Mozilla UI -- a project later named Aphrodite.</p>

          <p>In January 2000, he joined with David Boswell and the Alphanumerica
             (later <a href="">Collabnet</a>) team.
             Together they evangelized Mozilla as a viable Application Platform through
             the many projects they created and Mozilla developer meetings they organized.</p>

          <p>He moved on to become a software engineer employed by <a href="">WorldGate</a>,
             working on customizing Mozilla for their TV Internet Client Software.
             He is the co-founder of <a href=""></a> a site
             dedicated to Mozilla based projects.
             He is a regular Mozilla committer and owner of various Mozdev projects including
             <a href="">jslib</a> and <a href="">xptk</a>, the
             cornerstones to the MozdevGroup product range.</p>

          <p>Pete is one of the co-authors of the O&#8217;Reilly title &#8216;<a href="">Creating Applications with Mozilla</a>&#8217;</p></dd>


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