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The VIVO Leadership Group is made up of Platinum Members, Members at other levels who are elected by peer contributors, community members, and representatives from institutions contributing at least 0.5 FTE development or other project-specific effort as approved by project leadership, reportable to the project and approved by project leadership.  This group meets regularly twice in-person – at the annual conference and at the Duraspace Membership Summit.

Corporate Sponsors are eligible to serve on the Leadership Group as well. Leadership Group representatives are also encouraged to assist more closely with the project as they are able by serving on task forces, interest groups, and subcommittees.

The Leadership Group establishes priorities and is responsible for making strategic decisions in these areas

    • Annual budget allocation;

    • Substantial changes in allocations during the year;

    • Strategic product roadmap;

    • Strategic community direction.

Minutes from VIVO Leadership Group meetings are linked from the VIVO Leadership Group Meetings.


Voting members of the VIVO Leadership Group: July 2020 - June 2021
Paul AlbertAssociate LibrarianWeill Cornell Medicine
Manager, Solutions Specialists, North AmericaWeb of Science Group (Clarivate Analytics)
Robert Cartolano

AVP for Digital Programs and Technology Services 

Columbia University Libraries
Emeritus VIVO Project DirectorUniversity of Florida
AUL, Chief Technology StrategistStanford University Libraries
Federico FerrarioSolutions ManagerCineca

Anna Guillaumet, Vice-chair

Research ManagerSIGMA

Doug Hahn, Treasurer

Director Library Technology ServicesTexas A&M University Libraries 
Librarian, Library & Information StudiesTIB Hannover
Director of Library Digital TechnologiesBrown University
Bruce Herbert, ChairDirector, Office of Scholarly Communications and Professor, University LibrariesTexas A&M University Libraries
Damaris MurryDirector, Faculty Data ProjectDuke University
DirectorWeill Cornell Medicine Samuel J Wood Library
Laurie ArpDuraSpace Community Supported ProgramsLYRASIS

 Notes

  1. The University of New Mexico may be represented on Leadership in the future, should they choose to participate.