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Craig Van Dyck is Executive Director of the CLOCKSS Archive. Before CLOCKSS, he was at Wiley from 1996-2015, most recently as Vice President, Content Management, and at Springer-Verlag New York from 1986-96, most recently as Senior VP and Chief Operating Officer. Craig served as Chairman of the Enabling Technologies Committee of the Association of American Publishers from 1995-1998, and was instrumental in the development of the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) system, and of CrossRef. He has served on the Boards of Directors of the International DOI Foundation, CLOCKSS, ORCID, CrossRef, and the Society for Scholarly Publishing, and was a member of the Portico Advisory Committee. Craig’s portfolio has always included industry collaboration to improve the infrastructure of scholarly communications.

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Kim Smilay serves as Director, Publisher and Library Relations of the CLOCKSS Archive. She is responsible for building relationships with publishers and librarians in addition to communications, invoicing and negotiating/managing agreements.  Prior to joining CLOCKSS, Kim spent 24 years at Gale (now part of Cengage Learning) most recently on the Licensing team working with top tier publisher accounts, developing new publisher relationships and managing licensing campaigns.  She volunteers with the Society of Scholarly Publishing’s Development Committee.

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Thib Guicherd-Callin, Acting Program Manager, is a software engineer originally from France.  He has devoted his career to distributed digital preservation and has been a vital player in the LOCKSS Program for fifteen years. From humble beginnings as an intern, he was a key contributor to the growth of the Global LOCKSS Network, inception of the CLOCKSS Archive, and expansion of LOCKSS technology to private preservation networks worldwide. Before becoming the acting Program Manager of the LOCKSS Program in 2019, he served as Engineering Manager and oversaw the Web Services re-architecture of the LOCKSS software. He holds a Masters degree in computer science from Stanford University, and enjoys snow sports and chamber music.