||State (click arrow to sort)
|Lori Phillips (Email)
||US Cultural Partnerships Coordinator / Wikipedian in Residence, The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
||Strategic planning, project plan development, documentation, staff outreach, public programming.
||Museum studies, social studies education, 19th century world history
|Sarah Stierch (Email)
||US OpenGLAM Coordinator / Wikipedian in Residence at the World Digital Library
||Museum studies, program development, outreach, strategic planning, public speaking, workshops, documentation, research
||Women's issues, Native American history and contemporary issues
|Andrew Lih (Email)
||District of Columbia
||Associate professor, American University; Wikipedia administrator
||Strategic planning, outreach, public speaking, workshops, technical training, multimedia production, video, audio, photography
||Public art, iconic architecture, history of media/technology, journalism, East Asia, Asian American issues/history
|FloNight (Sydney Poore) (Email)
||Fund Dissemination Committee, Strategic planning, outreach, content creation (editing WMF projects).
||United States History, historical buildings, women's issues.
|Richard Knipel (Email)
||New York City
||President, Wikimedia New York City, Wikipedian in Residence (2011), Museum of Modern Art, Wikipedia administrator
||Strategic planning, staff outreach, workshops, Wikipedia United States Education Program.
||United States and world history, libraries, anthropology, science, technology in education.
|Pete Forsyth (email)
||Principal, Wiki Strategies consulting
||Designer and strategic planner of Wikipedia-related projects.
|Jane Park (email)
||New York & California
||New York & San Francisco
||Communications Manager, Creative Commons / Course Designer & Organizer and Founding Volunteer, Peer 2 Peer University - currently initiating the School of Open
||Creative Commons licenses, public domain tools, related best practices and implementation.
||Open Education and Culture.
|Jim Hayes (email)
||District of Columbia
||Engineer, management consultant
||Strategic planning, outreach, content creation
||Public Art, National Register of Historic Places, Fine Arts, American History, History of Technology
||District of Columbia
||Content creation and categorization, outreach, Scan-a-Thons
||Sailing ships, Federal Art Project, Native Americans, small towns/rural areas, Global South
||Librarian, Minnesota Library Futures Initiative
||Content creation and categorization, photography, research assistance, public speaking, facilitation
||Libraries, protected areas, citations, categorization
|Q Miceli (Email)
||District of Columbia & New Jersey
||Washington & Princeton
||Religion major at Princeton University; Technical Services Student Worker at Princeton University Mudd Manuscript Library
||Event planning, archival outreach
||Writing, archives/libraries, religion, anthropology, baking, archives technology
||District of Columbia
||Wikipedian in Residence at the National Archives and Records Administration; Library science (archives concentration) grad student, Simmons College
||Event planning, archives.library outreach, GLAM strategy
||archives/libraries, history (esp. Latin America), Wikisource (transcription)
||Graduate student at the University of Colorado at Boulder
||Editing, organizing events
||Natural history museums, taxonomy, biology
|Chris Leeder (Email)
||Doctoral student, School of Information, University of Michigan
||Writing and editing, documentation, outreach to libraries
||Information literacy, computer-supported collaborative learning, library reference services
||New Jersey & Pennsylvania
||Cape May & Philadelphia
||Listening and planning, content creation (writing and photography), getting results
||History, architecture, art; esp. National Register of Historic Places, public art
|Asaf Bartov (Email)
||Library metadata, partnership planning, public speaking, training
||FRBR etc., Linked Data, semantic cataloguing, ancient Greek, Hebrew literature
||On-wiki work such as photography and content creation; coordination with libraries or archives
||MLS candidate/MA in history candidate at IUB.
||Art Academy of Cincinnati
||Outreach, public speaking, research, content creation
||Art history, Germanistik, Indigenous peoples, Social history, English literature.
|David Goodman (Email)
||New York City
||Wikipedian in Residence (2012/13), New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Wikipedia administrator, Retired librarian
||Workshops, orientation, coordination, staff outreach, workshops, library resources & metadata, Wikipedia US Education Program.
||Libraries, the academic world, history, literature, the arts, biological sciences
|Another Believer (email!)
||WikiProject Oregon; non-profit development
||Categorization, citations, Commons, content creation (articles, DYK, lists, portals, templates), event planning, grantwriting, research, WikiProject construction and maintenance, etc.
||Architecture, current events, local history, monuments, music, National Register of Historic Places, parks, performing arts, politics, public art, science, etc.
|Max Klein (email!)
||OCLC Research Wikipedian-in-Residence
||Wikipedian in Residence
|James Michael DuPont (email!)
||Wikimedia local events in topeka, and in kosovo
||Commons and media, history and maps.
||Student at Loyola University Chicago, Wikipedia administrator, WikiProject Astronomy and WikiProject Women Scientists
||Workshops, content creation, other editing
||Islamic art, Asian art, ancient art, history, science.
||Tutor, Online community organizer, Wesleyan grad
||New editor orientation, mission alignment, partnerships with organizations
||Information science, free culture, Impressionism, classical and modern architecture
|Jen C (email)
||Attorney, Wikipedia administrator, Harvard and Stanford alum
||New editor orientation, other training and workshops, content creation, research
|Preston Stone (Email)
||Chemical Heritage Foundation
||Technical/web development, project planning, copy editing
||American literature, poetry, science history, American history, classical languages
|PKM (talk) (Email)
||WikiProject setup, project and Commons templates, light image manipulation, categorization, research, citations.
||Textiles, costume, Elizabethan England, Pre-Raphaelites, illustration, typography, Arthuriana
||Apparently I know things about putting the word out to specific regions with geo-targetted watchlist notices.
||I work with the Wikimedia Foundation doing techy things.
||I have done alot of stuff, but taking a break from off-wiki stuff, but more then willing to respond to emails and content requests :)
||Historian and Literary critic by training, Wikipedia contributions have been in almost every field but computer science and hard sciences, particularly enjoy working with literary criticism, literature and odd historical phenomena on wiki. I have helped with several GLAMs in the past on getting their content up :)
|Ed [talk] [majestic titan] (email)
||Just about anything on-wiki.
||Naval history, especially in the early 20th century; the Second World War; the Roman Empire; other miscellaneous things.
||New Hampshire and Massachusetts
||Nashua and Lowell
||Local history museums or historic houses
||WLM since 2010 and the Teylers writing challenge in 2012
||Wikipedian editor and member of the Dutch Wikimedia chapter, regularly visiting Nashua and Lowell
|I JethroBT (email)
||Relicensing work/images for use on Wikipedia, conflict resolution, project management, article-building, research, and general training/mentoring for new editors.
||Japan, psychology, journalism, and Chicago-related topics.
|OR drohowa (email)
||WiR at Metropolitan New York Library Council
||Trainings, learning resources, GLAM consultations, batch uploading, project management, mentoring.
||Archives, Libraries, Contemporary Art, Pacific Northwest-related topics, institutional history
||Training, mentoring, article writing, image licensing, conflict resolution
||American military history, Pearl Harbor historic sites, Hawaiian culture
||Chief Librarian at Pritzker Military Museum & Library
||Article-building, research, and general training/mentoring for new editors.
||Military history, American and British literature -- especially fiction, WWI songs, and Chicago-related topics.
||Curator at Ladd Observatory, Brown University
||Article improvement, photography, Outreach:Wikipedian_in_Residence/Ladd_Observatory
||History of science and technology, historic scientific instruments, museum studies. History of Providence and Rhode Island.
|Stacey Allan (Email)
||Art+Feminism ambassador; publisher/editor at CalArts; cofounder, East of Borneo; Unforgetting LA
||Edit-a-thons and training workshops since 2013, community engagement, public speaking, partnerships/sponsorships, marketing, social media
||Contemporary art and culture, West Coast history, feminism, publishing, design, architecture, media