== Jennifer O'Neal ==
Jennifer R. O'Neal is the Corrigan Solari University Historian and Archivist at the [http://library.uoregon.edu/speccoll/index.html University of Oregon Special Collections and Archives], where she manages the University Archives collections, oversees the department’s instruction program, and serves as an advisor on tribal community projects. From 2008 to 2012, she served as the Head Archivist for the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian Archive Center, and has held prior positions at the U.S. Department of State, Princeton University, University of Arizona, and Utah State University. She serves on various groups in the Society of American Archivists, including the Native American Archives Roundtable and the Cultural Heritage Working Group. In 2006 she participated in drafting the best practices for the respectful care and use of Native American archival materials, which produced the Protocols for Native American Archival Materials. She currently serves on the Advisory Board for the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums. Most recently, she served as an instructor for the Oregon Tribal Archives Institute at Oregon State University. Her research interests include international indigenous activism, cultural heritage, traditional knowledge, intellectual property rights, digital humanities, and indigenous use of new media and technology. She is also a member of the The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde in Oregon.
[http://library.uoregon.edu/dc/directory/profile.php?profile=joneal Jennifer O'Neal]
== Kortney Ziegler ==
Dr. Kortney Ryan Ziegler is an Oakland based award winning artist, director, writer, and the first person to hold the Ph.D. of African American Studies from Northwestern University. Dr. Ziegler is also the founder of [http://transhack.org/ Trans*H4CK]--the only tech event of its kind that spotlights trans* created tech and trans* led startups, and the feature-length documentary [http://www.stillblackfilm.org/ STILL BLACK: A Portrait of Black Transmen].
[http://drkrz.flavors.me/ Kortney Ziegler]
== Kim Christen Withey ==
From [http://www.kimchristen.com/about.html her website]: "I am an Associate Professor and Associate Director of the Digital Technology and Culture program in the Department of English and Director of Digital Projects at the Plateau Center, Native American Programs at Washington State University. My work explores the intersections of cultural heritage, traditional knowledge, intellectual property rights, the ethics of openness, and the use of digital technologies in and by indigenous communities globally. I have worked in Tennant Creek, Northern Territory, Australia over the last decade with Warumungu community members on a range of projects including a book, an interactive [http://www.vectorsjournal.org/issues/3/digitaldynamics/ website], and a community archive. My collaborations with the Warumungu focused on alliance-making in cross-cultural projects. I am currently working on several digital humanities projects that explore ethical issues of openness and access in relation to indigenous cultural protocols and digital archives. I am the Director of both the [http://plateauportal.wsulibs.wsu.edu/html/ppp/index.php Plateau Peoples' Web Portal], a collaboratively curated site of Plateau cultural materials and [http://mukurtu.org/ Mukurtu CMS]: a free and open source content management system and digital archive built around the particular needs of indigenous peoples globally."
[http://www.kimchristen.com/ Kim Christen Withey]
== Amelia C. Abreu ==
From her web site: "Nowviskie is Director of Digital Research & Scholarship (including the Scholars' Lab) at the University of Virginia Library, Special Advisor to UVa's Provost, a CLIR Distinguished Presidential Fellow, and immediate Past President of the ACH. Her muse, according to Willard McCarty, "is one angry B."...Last year's major events included: chairing the Digital Humanities conference, a keynote on the Scholars' Lab in Tokyo, an invited talk on digital materiality at the MLA Convention's Presidential Forum; various Neatline workshops, and a stint as a Lansdowne Visiting Scholar at UVic in Canada. I continue to teach at UVa's Rare Book School, and will give a only small number of talks this academic year, on a "New Deal" for the humanities and the imperatives of DH in the Anthropocene." [http://nowviskie.org/ Bethany Nowviskie]
She is Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill at at the School of Information and Library Science (SILS) with an affiliate appointment in the Department of Sociology. Previously, she was assistant professor of sociology at UMBC, a fellow at the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University, and a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. Currently a faculty associate at the Berkman Center. [http://technosociology.org/ Technosociology]
Re-nominating last year's runner up in the keynote speaker voting and yanking/modding last year's short description. Formerly a developer with Unglue.it, she recently left full-time work there to work to help people learn to code. Member of the LITA Board of Directors and advisor for Ada Initiative. [http://andromedayelton.com/about/ Andromeda Yelton]