Executive & Operations
Deb has been with the foundation since August, 2005. She has spent 20+ years working in marketing, sales, and development of data storage devices. She earned an MSEE from the University of Santa Clara, and a BSCE from the University of California, San Diego.
Advocacy & Partnerships
Anne joined the Foundation in 2015 and brings 20 years experience in technology-focused marketing and communications. Specifically, her work as the Marketing Director and then Co-Executive Director of the USENIX Association helped instill her commitment to spreading the word about the importance of free and open source technologies.
Drew started working for the foundation as an intern in 2015 and continued as a consultant starting in 2018. He graduated from the Boston Conservatory with a degree in musical theatre and continues to perform and direct in New York City.
Greg is an enterprise open source leader with over 20 years of experience with leading-edge technical solutions. He has significant experience with enterprise and full stack open source software, information security, cloud, and networking. Greg has previously worked at numerous start-ups, large technology companies, and open source organizations. As Senior Director of Project Marketing at the Linux Foundation, he developed content with and helped promote the Node.js, OpenJS, Hyperledger, and Open Mainframe communities. More recently, Greg worked part time with the FreeBSD Foundation researching and writing about Foundation Grant Projects, Core Team 10, and the Netflix case study. He was a Rotary Scholar at the University of Barcelona and later earned joint MBA and International Affairs degrees from Columbia.
Ed first became involved with FreeBSD while working on the operating system team at Sandvine, Inc. in 2003. In 2005 he started working with Robert Watson to solve issues in the FreeBSD network stack and received a commit bit later that year.
Since then, he moved on to lead the operating system team and led a number of developers working to bring enhancements from FreeBSD into Sandvine’s operating system by contributing back changes that they have made and supporting work that they find valuable by contracting FreeBSD committers. Ed started working as a kernel consultant in 2012 after leaving Sandvine.
In 2013, Ed took on the role of Director of Project Development for the FreeBSD Foundation, managing the project grant process and full-time FreeBSD Foundation Development staff.
Li-Wen has been involved with FreeBSD since 1999 and received his FreeBSD commit bit in 2007. He regularly organizes FreeBSD related community resources and events in Taiwan, and also helps with the BSD events in other parts of Asia. He joined the FreeBSD continuous integration team in 2013.
Li-Wen joined the FreeBSD Foundation in May 2018 as a Software Engineer responsible for the software quality improvement projects. In his spare time for fun, he is a scuba diver, biker, and snowboarder.
Konstantin started using FreeBSD in 1998 and began working on fixing bugs in 2005. He received his commit bit in 2006.
Konstantin’s main objective is to keep FreeBSD stable and usable. He joined the Foundation in 2011, and currently works on new features, bug fixes, security, and code reviews. He specifically likes to understand the details of the x86 hardware operations.
Joseph has been a FreeBSD user since the late 1990s and became a ports committer in 2016. He became increasingly interested in FreeBSD when he began administering a FreeBSD-based cluster for an academic group at Dalhousie University. He served as the secretary for the tenth Core team from 2018 until 2020.
Pierre installed his first FreeBSD system back in 2001, while studying the possibilities of different open source Operating Systems available. Passionate about their design & implementation, he gradually focused on NetBSD since 2005, eventually becoming a NetBSD developer in 2012 and serving on the Board of Directors for the NetBSD Foundation since 2017.
By joining the FreeBSD Foundation, he brings his experience from another major BSD derivative to FreeBSD, while contributing to pkgbase, the installer, maintaining ports, and focusing on improving user experience with the desktop environments in particular.