Today, the PostgreSQL Community Code of Conduct Committee welcomes Michael Goldberg as our newest member.
Michael is a co-organizer of pgDay Israel conferences since 2017, co-founder of PostgreSQL Israeli Community, PostgreSQL translator, part of the translation team for the press releases, and maintainer of the PostgreSQL Israel and pgDay Israel websites. Michael is the Director of Infrastructure at Shelfy.
The current term runs through September 30, 2021.
The continuing Committee members are:
Stacey Haysler (Chair) is the CFO and COO of PostgreSQL Experts, Inc., in Alameda, California. She is a PostgreSQL Global Development Group Contributor, and the President of the United States PostgreSQL Association (PgUS). She has worked as an organizer and conference staff for a number of conferences, both in North America and Europe, and is also a principal organizer of the San Francisco PostgreSQL Users’ Group.
Carole Arnaud is an executive board member of Dalibo and team manager. She lives in Nantes, France. She was part of the PGDay France committee from 2015 to 2018, and has been co-organizer of pgDay Paris since 2018.
Jeanette Bromage is a Principal DBA at Kira Systems. Prior to this, she took a three year break from managing databases to concentrate on AWS/Linux system administration. Jeanette has worked with various database technologies across different platforms for over twenty years, including a three year stint as a C programmer.
Anastasia Lubennikova is a Senior Developer at Postgres Professional and a PostgreSQL Global Development Group Contributor. She contributes to the PostgreSQL community as a core developer and speaker. As a part of her job, she also helps with mentoring and onboarding new developers.
Fábio Telles Rodriguez is a Database Consultant and co-founder of Timbira, in Brazil. He is a co-organizer of both PGConf.Brazil and Brazilian PUG. He organizes and speaks in many others conferences in his country.
Umair Shahid is a Member of the Marketing Leadership at EDB and is based in Islamabad, Pakistan. He serves as a member of PgUS User Group committee, along with being the organizer for Islamabad and Dubai PostgreSQL Users' Groups.
The Committee is comprised of 4 women, 3 men, and 0 nonbinary individuals.
No two members work at the same company.
We have again expanded our geographical diversity, which now includes our first member from Israel. The specific country representation is:
The full list of Committee members is always available at: https://www.postgresql.org/about/policies/coc_committee/
The Committee can be contacted at email@example.com.