Alhassan Mohammed Awal, Communications, Outreach and Campaigns Director for (and a Co-founder of) Dagbani Wikimedians User Group. He has contributed to the organization and leadership of many Dagbani Wikipedia projects; has served in the jury team as well as a lead coordinator for many of the Wiki Loves projects (which involve the collection and uploading of heritage materials to the CC) for the Dagbani Wikimedians User Group. He has also volunteered on the communication team for WikiIndaba 2021 (hosted by Uganda) and is a member of Translators Without Borders, where he participates in various Wikimedia translation projects from English into Dagbani.
Marie-Claire Dangerfield, advisor to the Rotterdam City Archives where she (together with a city heritage partner) developed a practice for heritage co-creation which was selected for a Cultural heritage in action best practice (report is here); this practice has been repeated with some success in other Dutch projects. She is currently working on a co-creation oral history project with Erasmus University and city partners.
Maria Drabczyk, a member of the board and head of policy and advocacy at Centrum Cyfrowe, a think-and-do tank based in Warsaw, Poland. She is a sociologist, researcher and manager of cultural projects in the field of heritage and new technologies.
Bettina Fabos (Co-Lead), professor of Interactive Digital Studies at University of Northern Iowa (U.S.), director of the Fortepan (US) archive, which is a partner to the Fortepan (Hungary) project.
Revekka Kefalea, project manager at Inter Alia (civic, non-profit organisation in Athens, Greece), where she is mostly involved in EU-funded projects in relation to digital culture, arts, cultural heritage, active citizenship and open access.
Jacob Moe, organiser of the Syros International Film Festival and Archipelago Network, an audiovisual cultural heritage project, both based in the Cyclades, a group of islands in the Aegean Sea.
Ngozi Osuchukwu, Librarian and faculty member of the Oral History and Cultural Heritage at the Department of Library and Information Science at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria.
María R. Osuna Alarcón, Permanent Lecturer at the University of Salamanca, Spain, with research in the Department of Library Science and Documentation at the University of Salamanca: Information and Documentation Policies, Open Science and Innovation; Document Analysis, Bibliographic Heritage and Repository Management with XML.
Mariana Ziku (Co-Lead), PhD candidate and research associate at the Intelligent Interaction Research Group, Dept. of Cultural Technology and Communication, University of the Aegean (Greece), and co-founder of the Biennale of Western Balkans, promoting intangible cultural heritage in the Balkans through art, technology and open knowledge.