Mozilla Open Leaders

Mozilla Open Leaders

Open Leaders X

From September through November 2019, Mozilla is offering movement building training and program-design mentorship for participants interested in running their own Open Leaders program in 2020. The goal is to raise up multiple community-run Open Leaders programs with diverse audiences to serve as entry-points into the internet health movement.

Schedule

Participants

Mozilla Champions

Mozilla Champions are Mozilla staff or fellows who will work closely with OLˣ participants to help connect the new open leadership programs to Mozilla & the internet health movement

Selina Musuta

Washington D.C., USA

A web developer and infosec practitioner that is inspired daily by speculative fiction, music, and her people’s ability to survive & thrive

Richard Whitt

Mountain View. CA USA

Mozilla Fellow, developing a “openness by design” project. Through research, authorship, and convenings, he seeks to broaden our understanding of openness across the different tech modalities.

Julia Stewart Lowndes

Santa Barbara, CA, USA

Mozilla Fellow working to increase the value and practice of open/data science in environmental science through community, data, and code

André Maia Chagas

Brighton, UK

Mozilla Fellow, Open Science advocate -focus on OS Hardware. Creator of OpenNeuroscience, collab @TReNDinAfrica, editor @PLOS OS toolkit

Jairus Khan

Toronto, Canada

Internet Health Outreach. Advocate. Hacker. Organizer. Noisemaker.

Sam Muirhead

Wellington, NZ

Mozilla Fellow 2018-19, working on an open source approach to illustration & animation. Free Culture, Free Software, Open Design.

Mehan Jayasuriya

Portland, Oregon, USA

Mehan is a Program Officer at the Mozilla Foundation who leads programs that grow the open source and community network ecosystems.

Organizers

Abigail Cabunoc Mayes

Toronto, Canada

Working Open Practice Lead at the Mozilla Foundation. Open source, mentorship & prototyping. web+science=❤️

Practice Lead, Open Culture and Curriculum at the Mozilla Foundation.

This is part of a broader movement for a healthy internet. See more.