Dr. Kari L. Jordan is the Executive Director of The Carpentries, a non-profit project that provides training in software development and data science skills to promote effective work and career development. The Carpentries
On 21 April 2021, Lou Woodley and Jenny East of the Center for Scientific Collaboration and Community Engagement (CSCCE) hosted an interactive session on virtual events as part of the Code for Science
Serah Rono and Emily Lescak Cross-posted by The Carpentries: https://carpentries.org/blog/2021/02/prioritising-accessibility-virtual-events/ and the Center for Scientific Collaboration and Community Engagement: https://www.cscce.org/2021/02/26/prioritizing-accessibility-in-organizing-online-events/
Marie-Ève Monette and Emily Lescak Marie-Ève Monette is the founder and director of Creating Puentes, an organization that provides language access consulting, capacity building support, and workshops to entities serving non-native English-speaking communities.
Sara Kobilka and Emily Lescak Sara Kobilka is the owner and principal consultant at Renaissance Woman Consulting and has a background in education and journalism. Below, she shares her tips for organizing and
Emily Lescak, Stefanie Butland Stefanie Butland, Community Manager for rOpenSci, led a question and answer session for event fund grantees and fiscally-sponsored project leaders focused on community calls. rOpenSci community calls are online
We host a seminar series for grantees so that they can strengthen their skills in multiple aspects of event organization and implementation, including community calls, virtual event moderation and technical support, and accessibility.