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#[[Board Meeting Notes 2010-04-17]]
 
#[[Board Meeting Notes 2010-04-17]]
 
== The Current Board ==
 
== The Current Board ==
* Leslie Birch  
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=== Leslie Birch ===
* Jordan Miller
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=== Jordan Miller ===
* Jonathan D. Simpson
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=== Jonathan D. Simpson ===
* Chris Thompson
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=== Chris Thompson ===
* Kyle Yankanich
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[[User:eagleapex|Chris]] built his career thanks to Hive76 from his first steps using the infamous Makerbot 3DPO, to exploration into many other digital fabrication tools such as laser cutting and CNC milling. After a challenging but educational stint at fabrication shop NextՏad, Chris landed a career position as Resource Manager for the [http://www.philau.edu/architectureandthebuiltenvironment/cabelab.html College of Architecture and the Built Environment at Philadelphia University]. Through Chris, Hive76 has received the donation of a vinyl cutter, RepRap 3D printer, and other stuff he can't remember right now.
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=== Kyle Yankanich ===
  
<em>Jordan Miller</em> - ([http://www.twitter.com/jmil @jmil]) is a founder of Hive76, a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. His research combines chemistry and rapid prototyping to direct cultured human cells to form more complex organizations of living vessels and tissues. Jordan has been a member of Hive76 since it's inception and spearheaded the fundraising, assembly, [http://www.hive76.org/handling-hot-build-surfaces and maintenance] of our [http://www.hive76.org/black-abs-for-3d-po-is-here MakerBot, 3D-PO].
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<em> Jordan Miller </em> ([http://www.twitter.com/jmil @jmil]) is a founder of Hive76, a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. His research combines chemistry and rapid prototyping to direct cultured human cells to form more complex organizations of living vessels and tissues. Jordan has been a member of Hive76 since it's inception and spearheaded the fundraising, assembly, [http://www.hive76.org/handling-hot-build-surfaces and maintenance] of our [http://www.hive76.org/black-abs-for-3d-po-is-here MakerBot, 3D-PO].

Revision as of 19:24, 20 September 2016

From The List: "To move towards incorporation, we will need a board of directors. A Board of Directors is 5-8 people that meet 4 - 6 times a year, for 6-8 hours (a day). They review what the group is up to as a whole, and advise/review/grow. I think this meeting should be followed by a party, but that's just my$0.02. I'd say 2-3 of the people should be non Hive members who have an outside view on things. Elected every other year, or when someone steps down."

Board Meeting Notes

Here's a list of Board Meetings and attached notes

  1. Board Meeting Notes 2010-11-22
  2. Board Meeting Notes 2010-10-30
  3. Board Meeting Notes 2010-04-17

The Current Board

Leslie Birch

Jordan Miller

Jonathan D. Simpson

Chris Thompson

Chris built his career thanks to Hive76 from his first steps using the infamous Makerbot 3DPO, to exploration into many other digital fabrication tools such as laser cutting and CNC milling. After a challenging but educational stint at fabrication shop NextՏad, Chris landed a career position as Resource Manager for the College of Architecture and the Built Environment at Philadelphia University. Through Chris, Hive76 has received the donation of a vinyl cutter, RepRap 3D printer, and other stuff he can't remember right now.

Kyle Yankanich

Jordan Miller (@jmil) is a founder of Hive76, a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. His research combines chemistry and rapid prototyping to direct cultured human cells to form more complex organizations of living vessels and tissues. Jordan has been a member of Hive76 since it's inception and spearheaded the fundraising, assembly, and maintenance of our MakerBot, 3D-PO.