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Ross Stapleton-Gray

Ross Stapleton-Gray, Ph.D., is president of Stapleton-Gray & Associates, Inc. He served six years as an intelligence analyst and planning officer with the Central Intelligence Agency and Community Management Staff. He has served in varying capacities with a number of information technology start-ups, especially in the area of computer security. He also served as IT Security Officer for the University of California Office of the President, and has taught at three universities as an adjunct professor, including on the future of intelligence, diplomacy and warfighting in the Information Age, for Georgetown University.

Jeff Ubois

Jeff Ubois is a Berkeley, California-based consultant on archival issues for Intelligent Television in New York; for Fujitsu Labs in Sunnyvale, California; and for the Preserving Digital Public Television Project at WNET/Thirteen in New York. Earlier, he was staff research associate at the School of Information Management and Systems at the University of California, Berkeley. For the Internet Archive, Jeff has worked on managing orphan works, the collection and retention of digital library usage data, and the launch of the Open Content Alliance.

Peter B. Kaufman

Peter B. Kaufman is president and executive producer of Intelligent Television in New York. Intelligent Television produces films, television programs, and video projects in close association with educational and cultural institutions, and its research projects explore how to make educational and cultural material more widely accessible worldwide. Mr. Kaufman also serves as an expert advisor on access issues to the Library of Congress.s Division of Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound and co-chairman of JISC's new Film and Sound Think Tank, based in London.

Emma Beer

Emma Beer is Manager of the Strategic Content Alliance at the Joint Information Systems Committee, based at King's College London, and Media Relations contact for ProQuest, a digital academic publisher based in Cambridge. The SCA is a digital partnership initiative for the United Kingdom involving the BBC, the British Library, Becta, Museums Libraries and Archives and the National Health Service. The SCA invests in research and development work for digital content in the not-for-profit sector. Emma has previously worked in publishing, digital resources, broadcast archives, historical research and in an Intellectual Property law firm in Japan. She has a MA in Historical Research (Distinction) from Birkbeck College, University of London with a focus on diaries, identity and World War II history.