Leadership

Wikitongues is stewarded by leaders in linguistics, anthropology, and the open source movement. Our Governing Board meets annually to define the organization's goals and strategy. The Advisory Council ensures our programs are accountable and our methods are rigorous.

Governing Board

Daniel Bogre Udell

Co-Founder and Executive Director, Wikitongues
Brooklyn, United States

Freddie Andrade

Co-Founder, Wikitongues
Brooklyn, United States

Alolita Sharma

Board Director, Unicode Consortium
Palo Alto, United States

Wade Davis

Explorer-in-Residence, National Geographic
Vancouver, Canada

Nicole Frederico

Co-Founder, CariClub
New York City, United States

Advisory Council

Agustín Panizo

Director of Indigenous Languages, Ministry of Culture of Peru
Lima, Peru

Laura Welcher

Director of Operations and the Long Now Library, The Long Now Foundation
San Francisco, United States

Candace Kaleimamoowahinekapu Galla

Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Natalie Milbrodt

Director of the Queens Memory Project, Queens Public Library
New York City, United States

Ghil’ad Zuckermann

Chair of Linguistics and Endangered Languages, The University of Adelaide
Adelaide, Australia

Godfrey Musila

Consultant and Adjunct Faculty, Africa Center for Strategic Studies
Bladensburg, United States

Catriona Malau

Senior Linguistics Lecturer, The University of Newcastle
Newcastle, Australia

Daniel Kauffman

Co-Founder, Endangered Language Alliance
Brooklyn, United States

Subhashish Panigrahi

Co-Founder, The O Foundation
Bangalore, India

Associate Board

Cameron Willis

Senior Investor Relations Associate, O&M Partners, LLC
New York City, United States

Jack Steele