Jim BowringAsst. Professor of Computer ScienceCollege of Charleston
Dr. James F. Bowring teaches software architecture, design, engineering, and testing. He is also founder and principal investigator of the Cyber Infrastructure Research and Development Lab for the Earth Sciences.
Dan FrenchSuperintendent of SchoolsBennington-Rutland Supervisory Union, Vermont
Dan French is the Superintendent of Schools for the Bennington-Rutland Supervisory Union in southwestern Vermont. A Linux enthusiast, Dan was named Vermont Superintendent of the Year in 2009 and currently serves as the President of the Vermont Superintendents Association.
While growing up Lindsay Levkoff was equally interested in biology and technology, dissecting both backyard lizards and living room electronics. However, in her K-12 experience the biological sciences won her favor due to tangibility and excitement.
James Schweitzer is an IT Specialist at IBM specializing in integrating Linux and Open Source software into enterprise environments. He has had the pleasure of implementing free and open source software in industries including finance, gaming, education, retail, health care, defense and travel.
Carol Smith has worked at Google for over 6 years and in the Open Source Programs Office for over two. She has a degree in photojournalism from California State University, Northridge. Carol is an avid cyclist and cook.
Specializing in animation and game design, Professor Carl Twarog has taught at East Carolina University for 16 years, previously teaching at the Massachusetts College of Art as a visiting lecturer. Twarog teaches face-to-face, hybrid and online courses in Motion, Game Design, and Animation.
Michael Weinberg joined Public Knowledge as a full-time Staff Attorney after two years as a part-time Law Clerk and Student Intern. Although he is involved in a wide range of issues at Public Knowledge, he focuses primarily on copyright, issues before the FCC, and emerging technologies like 3D printing.