Board of Directors
[Our Team, February 2015 pointing north. Some of us are still directionally challenged.]
BAAMA OFFICERS & BOARD MEMBERS
MŌNO SIMEONE, University of California
President of the Board
JEFF MUNOWITCH, Geosyntec
NINA HARRIS, Lautze & Lautze
BERNARD CATALINOTTO, MyMapbook, LLC
DENNIS KARAIM, East Bay Municipal Utility District
(Employers listed for identification purposes only)
MATT TABAKA, Apple
MICHELLE DONAHUE, MapDog GIS, LLC
ANDREW MIDDLETON, Utility Data Contractors
membership[at]baama.org OR sponsorship[at]baama.org
EREZ COHEN, Mapsense
KARLA KING, TerraAvion
WORKGROUP VOLUNTEER LEADERS
Workgroups are all volunteer led groups that work to support the organization in specific areas. Each group is lead by a team of individuals that are responsible for setting workgroup goals, organizing group activities, and working with other volunteers to achieve the group goals.
OPEN DATA WORKGROUP:
AREAS OF INTEREST VOLUNTEER LEADERS
Areas of Interest are all volunteer groups that work to engage, connect, and discuss a topic that relates geospatial technology. Each group is lead by a team of individuals that are responsible for engaging the community, hosting events, and building relationships.
MAPPING FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE
P.O. Box 71073
Oakland, CA 94612
Board of Directors Meetings
Board meetings are typically held on the second Wednesday of each month from 6:30 PM until 8:30 PM. The majority of the Board meeting are held at different locations in Oakland. We also try to hold three or four virtual meetings in lieu of meeting in person. Any current BAAMA member is welcome to join the monthly Board meeting. If you'd like to get more involved with BAAMA you are welcome to attend and become an Advisory Board Member. Advisory Board Members can participate in all Board meeting activities with the exception of voting on financial matters.
If you wish to attend a virtual meeting or to inquire about the next meeting location send an email to the President (President@baama.org) information or for the conference code information. Members who attend three consecutive meetings are eligible to become voting members of the board when the next space becomes available.