This elected group provides top-level leadership on critical decisions, formalizes documentation, and ensures ongoing programmatic success.
The inaugural Executive Council was elected in June 2015 and took office in July 2015. During the 2015-2016 charter year, only Charter Members were eligible to run for Executive Council; thereafter, all members (charter and general) are eligible to run for Executive Council.
This elected group is the governing body of the BitCurator Consortium and directs its activities. The Executive Council provides top-level leadership on critical decisions, formalizes documentation, and ensures ongoing programmatic success.
University of Calgary
Wisconsin Historical Society
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University
Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution
BCC Annual Election Results 2022-2023
The votes are in from the BitCurator Consortium’s 2022-2023 annual election! Charter Amendments All proposed charter amendments were unanimously approved. Please see our updated charter here: https://bitcuratorconsortium.org/bitcurator-consortium-charter/ Executive Council Welcome to our newest Executive Council members, Annalise Berdini from Princeton University Library, Sally DeBauche from Stanford Libraries, Elizabeth-Anne Johnson from the … Read more →
BCC Executive Council Elections Candidates 2022
We are thrilled to introduce four BitCurator Consortium Executive Council candidates! The BCC will elect four candidates to serve 2022-2024 terms. Sally DeBauche Bio Sally DeBauche is a Digital Archivist in the Department of Special Collections at Stanford Libraries. She is responsible for acquiring, processing, … Read more →
Nominations Open for 2022-2024 Executive Council Seats
Are you excited about digital archival work and want to help sustain and improve this very important community? Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be in the driver’s seat for organizational budgeting or strategic visioning? Join the BitCurator Consortium’s Executive Council to steer … Read more →