SIG Governing Board
The SIG Governing Board (SGB), a volunteer body, has overall responsibility for the Association's 36 Special Interest Groups (SIGs).
The SGB Exective Committee (SGB-EC) is elected by the SGB members and has a monthly conference call.
SGB Executive Committee
|SIG Governing Board Chair||Jeanna Neefe Matthews [DL Author Page]|
|SIG EC Vice Chair for Operations||Renée McCauley [DL Author Page]|
|SIG Development Advisor||Simon Harper [DL Author Page]|
|SGB Conference Advisor||Suman Banerjee [DL Author Page]|
|New SIG Advisor||Sarita Adve [DL Author Page]|
|SIG Viability Advisor||Will Tracz [DL Author Page]|
|SIG Awards Advisor||Insup Lee [DL Author Page]|
|Publications Advisor||Yannis E Ioannidis [DL Author Page]|
|SIG Board Past Chair||Patrick H. Madden [DL Author Page]|
|SGB Council Representatives||Paul Beame [DL Author Page]|
|Loren Terveen [DL Author Page]|
|Barbara Boucher Owens [DL Author Page]|
|ACM Headquarters SIG Liaison||Donna Cappo|
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