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Netha Hussain is a researcher, medical doctor, blogger and Wikimedian. She has done exciting things like grooming kittens, listening to cardiac murmurs and riding bicycles. She'd work for any length of time on stuff that doesn't make any sense. The best discovery she had ever made was that Wikipedia is an editable space. Armed with this wonderful information, she went ahead and made a couple of edits only to fall in love with Wikipedia. Catch her on Malayalam Wikipedia here. She keeps her Wikipedia to-do list here.
Netha Hussain (GU) is her alternate account affiliated with Gothenburg University where she is a PhD student.
I undertake personal projects for addressing knowledge gap on Wikimedia. The list of my personal projects can be found here.
I served as a member of the Individual Engagement Grants Committee (2013-14) and Inspire Grants Committee (2015) of the Wikimedia Foundation. I am a member of Projects Grants Committee since 2016. I was a member of the drafting committee of the Movement Strategy project of the Wikimedia Foundation. Since 2017, I am a member of the Editorial Board of WikiJournal of Medicine. In 2018, I served in the steering committee of Phase II of Movement strategy process.
Links to the pages of various Wikimedia conferences and Wikipedia outreach programs which I have organized or participated in the planning process can be seen here. I am a member of the Wikipedia Education Collaborative since 2015.
I was featured in the 2012 Thank You banners.
Links to my articles about Wikimedia movement on various blogs can be seen here. I am a blogger at Huffington Post U.K, where I mostly write Wikimedia related stuff.
Learning and Research
My contributions to Research, IdeaLab and Learning Patterns can be found here.
Links to articles about me on various newspapers and websites can be viewed here. I have written for Forbes about Wikipedia's gender gap.
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