Innovative Interfaces today announced the appointment of Amy Hayes as Senior Vice President of Marketing.
Hayes is responsible for leading the company’s corporate and product marketing, brand strategy, and global communications…
Hayes’ background includes more than 20 years of marketing and communications strategy for companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 50. Her leadership roles include notable contributions at Bazaarvoice, a leading provider of user-generated content marketing solutions, where she served as vice president of brand and communications as well as product & solution marketing.
Previously, Hayes completed an 11-year tenure at Dell Technologies. She developed global thought leadership programs designed to increase brand equity and sales for various business units, including K-12 and Higher Education, Small and Medium Business and emerging markets in Europe, Middle East and Africa…
Hayes earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism with an emphasis in advertising from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She currently serves as a mentor with the Capital Factory, an Austin-based accelerator and community for entrepreneurs…”
The Open Library Foundation is expanding its board with the introduction of four new board members. The new members bring global representation and perspective to the Foundation Board. The Foundation Board of Directors are:
- David Carlson: Dean of Libraries and Provost, Texas A&M University (President)
- Deborah Jakubs: University Librarian & Vice Provost for Library Affairs, Duke University
- Kristin Antelman: University Librarian, California Institute of Technology
- Qiang Zhu: Library Director at Peking University and Deputy Director of CALIS (China)
- Ross MacIntyre: Head of Library Analytics Services at Jisc (U.K.)
- Sam Brooks: Executive Vice President, EBSCO Information Services
Members of the Board of Directors are expected to contribute to Foundation projects providing their perspectives and guidance for community efforts.
The Open Library Foundation was established as a not-for-profit organization to promote collaboration among libraries, vendors, service providers, service designers, and developers to address issues of library management. The Foundation supports collective action by the library community in sponsored open source software development projects with collaborative infrastructure for projects to promote distributed engagement, contribution, and sustainability.
The Foundation was inspired by the creation of the FOLIO project. The goal of FOLIO is to create an open source Library Services Platform that can power innovative approaches to current practice, and encourage new and expanded library services that fully support scholarly inquiry and knowledge production. The Foundation’s inaugural projects also include two existing open source communities, the Open Library Environment (OLE) and the Global Open Knowledgebase (GOKb).
More information is available at http://www.openlibraryfoundation.org.