It’s my pleasure to welcome Evie Ciobanu and Graham Hutton (@GrahamHutton) to the Haskell Foundation Board! These two were selected by current Board members in a competitive process; the process is described in our ways of working.
Evie has 15 years of software development, the last five being focused on FP and Haskell. She is passionate about teaching people FP and Haskell, about computer science and formalism, and about formal verification. She is currently working as a senior software engineer at Hasura.
Graham is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Nottingham,
where he leads the Functional Programming Lab. He’s been involved in
Haskell research and education for many years, and has served as an
editor of the Journal of Functional Programming, vice-chair of the ACM
Special Interest Group on Programming Languages, steering committee chair
of the International Conference on Functional Programming, and program
chair of the Haskell Symposium. The second edition of his book “Programming
in Haskell” was published by Cambridge University Press in 2016.
Thanks to both Evie and Graham (as well as to the other applicants) for volunteering their time to support the Haskell Foundation.