Adam Michlin (Vintage Computer Federation), Al Charpentier (Commodore), Al Katz (Trenton Computer Fair), Alex Magoun (Sarnoff Museum & IEEE), Alex Zaharov-Reutt (Australian Computer Museum Society), Alfred Poor (Technology Speaker), Andreas Graesser (Retired SAP), Andreas Stolte (Heinz Nixdorf Museum), Andy Lister (PhD, US Forest Service), Andy Wang (PENN IT Student), Anne Whelan (Goldman alum), Anthony Gold (Unisys-OpenSource), Arta Szathmary (Tech Girlz/Stem Girlz), Benjamin Franklin (actor Barry Stevens), Ben Kripke (Brownstein, Philly Branding), Benjamin Mencer (CompSci UCSC), Bill Berner (PENN retired Prof), Bill Luterman (Investment Advisor), Bill Mauchly (ENIAC), Bill Mensch (6502 inventor), Bill Spane (BHC Securities), Brad Caswell (ACADIA SQUAM Donor Advised Funds), Brad Kielinski (ITProsPhilly), Brian Berg (Software Design), Brian Bijeau (Drexel IT), Brian Neary (Commercial Realtor), Brian L. Stuart (Drexel Computer Science Professor), Burt Feldman (Mersive- Solstice), Caitlin Regan (ENIAC Ventures), Cedric Gaudin (Bolo Computer Museum), Chandra Hardy (CODE.org Advocate), Charlie Hammes (Unisys), Chris Cryer (Manufacturers Rep), Chris Pappas (Star Trek Computers), Charlie Landreth (Library Company), Chip Lee (Pennsylvania Trust), Chris Eckert (ENIAC), Dani Bronson (Net.Art), David Egner (Art Guild Exhibit), Chris Farias (EBSoftware), Chris Fralic (First Round Capital), Chris Wallace (Commercial Realty), Craig Thompson (BOEING), David Gibboni (Medical Imaging), Danica Pascavage (Tech Girlz), David Gray (Western Design), David Houseman (UNISYS Retired), David Johnson (Exida), Dan Kohn (Internet entrepreneur), David Osekavage (NetApp), David Ryskalczyk (Engineering, Temple Univ.), David Mann (Electrophysiology Blogger), David F. Soll (IEEE.org), Dennis Allison (Stanford University Lecturer), Dick Moberg (ICU Solutions), David Strom (Internet Expert), Dominic Marucci (Retired Burroughs), Don Asplen (Cyber Charter School CEO), Duncan Smith (USA Technologies), Eamon Gallagher (Drexel School of Law), Ellie Byrom-Haley (Exhibit Design), Emily Meltzer (Science Center), Emilio Salgueiro (Temple Computing Prof), Eric Heydenberk (QuotaPath), Erik Klein (Vintage Computers), Eva Mauchly (ENIAC), Evan Schneyer (Wanderfly/Google), Everett Katzen (Springboard- Apple Store), Florencia Pierri (Curator RCA Sarnoff Collection), Fred Slack (Rice Lake Systems), Fred Wilf (Wilftek LLC), Garth Wilson (6502 Chip), Gene Kiley (Cell-Con Battery Packs), George Keremedjiev (Compustory Museum, Bozeman), Georgia Bodle (retired Unisys), George Zipperlen (Data Science), Gini Mauchly-Calcerano (ENIAC), Gloria Bell (Women In Tech), Gord Clink (6502 Education), Greg Satell (Author, Speaker), Guy Calcerano (College of New Jersey), Herbert Bruderer (ETH Zurich/Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), Janet Hollingshead (Financial Systems), Janine Tiffany (Educator), Jason Dedrick (Syracuse University IT Professor), Jason Olim (CDNow), Jason Sachs (Technology), Jeffrey Levy (MD, CaseNetwork), Jeffrey Sicuranza (Data Center Networks), Jennifer Holdt-Winograd (Team6502.org), Jim Sargent, Esq. (Lamb McErlane), Jim Walther (Director, National Museum of Nuclear Science & History), Joanne Peca (Penn State), Jochen Viehoff (Heinz Nixdorf Computer Museum), Joe D'Agostino (Video Services), Joe Speroni, PhD (DSM Laboratories), Joe Hertzbach (Technologist, Consumer Researcher), Joel Adams (Devon Consulting), John Hall (PASTEM.org), John Blankenbaker (Inventor 1st Personal Computer), John Braze (Chestnut Street Ventures), John Flippen (Google YouTube), John Koonz (Merrill Lynch retired), John Kuenzig (Computer Books), John Ryan (Devon Hill Ventures), John Shedletsky (IBM, ret), John Simkiss (Harvest Fund), Joyce Weisbecker, Judd Van Dervort (Keystone InfoSys), Ken Burke (Retired Cigna), Karen Farrell (STEM Teacher), Ken Kraemer (Personal Computing Industry Center, Irvine), Kathy Kleiman (ENIAC Programmers Project), Kent Griswold (Special Care), Kim Chicchi (Cyber Charter School), Kim Todd (Jean Jennings Bartik Museum), Kurt Hess (University City Science Center, Philly), Kimberly Barrett (Phila Convention/Visitors), Kyle Huff (Phila Convention/Visitors), Laura Miller (Cira Center Leadership), Lauren O’Leary (Carii), Lawrence Husick (Technology Law), Laurie Wallmark (Author/Speaker), Leann Erickson (ENIAC “Computers Wore Heels”), Liza Loop (Loop Center- 1st Apple), Lisa Schmucki (CEO edWeb.net), Louis Krupp (former Burroughs), Louis Rubinfield (Early Burroughs) Louis Stricoff (Director e-Learning Assn), Ludwell Sibley (Vacuum Tube Association), Mark Gravez (Technical Writer), Mark Greenia (Director- Computer History Archives Project), Marty Michael (Miria Systems), Mary Evans (Logan Capital), Mary Ellen Reed (John W. Mauchly Granddaughter), Matt Trembley (Exxon Office Systems Qyx), Matt Rana (Electrical Engineer), Matt Regan (WR Hambrecht), Megan Smith (Shift7 - US CTO), Michael Maroney (Southern Tier Graphics), Mick Smith (Strayer-Computer History), Michael Kain (Unisys Innovation), Michael Krupit (Philly Tech MeetUp Leader), Michelle Porreca (3SI Security), Mike Romano (Fesnak CPA’s), Monique Fayad (ICD Logic), Ned Hanover (PENN Alum), Nic Lewis (Los Alamos National Lab), Nicole Feller-Johnson (Drexel Faculty- Disruptive Design), Nihal Mehta (ENIAC Ventures), Pat Trongo (USLI Database Analyst), Patty Pezely (Cyber Security), Patrick Mannion (Seer Aerospace), Paul Harkins (Audit Software), Paul Kahan (Historian, Author, Educator), Paul Meyer (PENN Morris Arboretum), Paul Parry (Eniac Tube Designs-UK), Paul Shaffer (ENIAC Curator/PENN), Peter Bogucki (Dean, Princeton- STEM), Peter Cook (Was CompuDude on WXPN & WHYY), Peter Kraynak (Info724.com), Peter Zilahy Ingerman (UNIVAC I), Raechel Hammer (Library Company Development Officer), Pierre Clouthier (Prior Sperry Univac), Rebecca Mercuri (Computer Forensics and Security), Rich Newman (RIT Computer Science), Robert Beck (Retired Villanova Computer Science Chair), Robert Schmidt (Patent Attorney), Robert Vinci (Exhibition Developer), Robert Bielawski (Lockheed Martin Engineer), Robin Heydenberk (Lehigh Univ), Rocco Martino (PhD), Rodney Murray, PhD (University of the Sciences), Ross Schmucki (Dupont Legal, ret), Samaira Mehta (CoderBunnyz), Sam Levy (Equiteq Investors), Scott Jenkins (Jenkins Partners), Scott Steinberg (Futurist + IT Trends), Shawn Wyatt (Laboratory Infomatics), Stan Pezely (Burroughs), Stephen Cass (IEEE Spectrum), Stephen Salgaller (Science Researcher), Steve Boyd (Sperry Univac Canada), Stephen Edwards (6502), Steve Krug, AIA, PE (Krug Architects), Tim Pash (Microsoft Tech Center), Todd Bessemer (nmih.org), Todd Weiss (Enterprise AI), Susan Sherwood (SUNY Center for Technology and Innovation), Tom Copley (WikiMedia Developer), Tom Haigh (University of Wisconsin), Tom Perachino (Tech Educator), Tom Sharpless (AR and VR), Tony Bogan (Vintage Computer Federation), Treacy Higgins (Development), Valerie Landau (Douglas Engelbart expert), Verne Weidman (UNISYS), Warren Heydenberk (Lehigh Univ), Wendy Strohmeyer (Los Alamos National Lab), Yigal Behar (Security Software), Yves Bolognini (Lausanne www.bolo.ch), Zabeth Teelucksingh (Global Philadelphia Association).
At this time in its formation, Compuseum has no formal membership structure. However, it has a long list of advocates, supporters, helpers, stakeholders and "friends". Here is a list of folks who believe the Compuseum has merit and wish to see the concept move forward.
Compuseum has a vibrant and growing “speakers bureau”; a source for speakers on various topics. Are you an expert in computers, information technology, software, hardware, museums or business?
Do you wish to be engaged by Compuseum for speaking opportunities? If so, join Compuseum's "Speakers Bureau" and widen your contacts as a speaker! To obtain a speaker for your event, or to become a speaker, please reach by the "Contact Us" Form for further information about speaking opportunities.
As a Compuseum speaker, you will have the opportunity to:
· Share your expertise with other professionals
· Network with fellow Compuseum event attendees
· Attend conferences usually with a free ticket
· Secure an audience for your important message
To Utilize a Compuseum speaker, you will:
· Secure a vetted speaker
· Have someone who you can rely on for accurate information
· Have an entertaining and educational point of contact
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