Deb Goodkin, Executive Director
Deb has been with the foundation since August, 2005. She has spent 20+ years working in marketing, sales, and development of data storage devices. She earned an MSEE from the University of Santa Clara, and a BSCE from the University of California, San Diego.
Ed Maste, Director of Project Development
Ed first became involved with FreeBSD while working on the operating system team at Sandvine, Inc. in 2003. In 2005 he started working with Robert Watson to solve issues in the FreeBSD network stack and received a commit bit later that year.
Since then, he moved on to lead the operating system team, and led a number of developers working to bring enhancements from FreeBSD into Sandvine’s operating system by contributing back changes that they have made, and supporting work that they find valuable by contracting FreeBSD committers. Ed started working as a kernel consultant in 2012 after leaving Sandvine.
In 2013, Ed took on the role of Director of Project Development for the FreeBSD Foundation, managing the project grant process and full-time FreeBSD Foundation Development staff.
Anne Dickison, Marketing Director
Anne joins the Foundation with over 15 years experience in technology-focused marketing and communications. Specifically, her work as the Marketing Director and then Co-Executive Director of the USENIX Association helped instill her commitment to spreading the word about the importance of free and open source technologies.
Glen Barber, System Administrator
Glen has been involved with FreeBSD since 2007, and is currently a member of the FreeBSD Release Engineering and Cluster Administration teams. Glen will continue supporting the FreeBSD Project through those roles, in addition to maintaining the FreeBSD Foundation’s own servers and equipment.
As part of his role Glen will support the Release Engineering team by improving the release build process. This includes the generation and release of virtual machine images, enhanced support for embedded targets, package building infrastructure, and release quality assurance tools.