By Michael Olson | Posted on December 30, 2009
The voting results are in and the OpenID Foundation announced its 2010 Board today. In addition to a strong group of returning members, we’re glad to see four new members who will bring tremendous value and new perspectives.
It is an exciting step in the Foundation’s evolution to have the voices of major website operators joining the conversation.
Returning to previously held positions are Brian Kissel, CEO of JanRain; Allen Tom, Principal Software Architect at Yahoo!; and Joseph Smarr, former CTO of Plaxo and soon to be leading Google’s company-wide focus on the social web.
LexisNexis has also joined the board as a new sustaining corporate member and will be represented by Dermot O’Mahony, the Senior Director of Marketing Planning and Strategy at LexisNexis.
It’s shaping up to be a year full of tremendous potential. Some priorities for the coming year include:
We at JanRain look forward to continuing our work with the OpenID Foundation and look forward to your continued input and feedback. Best wishes for a great new year in 2010.
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