[ESIP-all] Thank you!
Erin Robinson via ESIP-all
esip-all at lists.esipfed.org
Tue Nov 18 12:53:07 EST 2014
Hi Everyone -
Thank you very much for your warm reception of my new position. I feel very
fortunate to have worked within the ESIP community for the last ten years
and for FES over the last four years, in my role as Information and Virtual
Community Director. I am so excited (thrilled!) about the opportunity to
serve in the role of Executive Director for the Foundation for Earth
I feel strongly about the value of this community and the work that we all
do. I applied for this job because I want to grow FES as an
organization to enhance
collaboration and support ESIP to move Earth science interoperability
I'd like to thank Chuck Hutchinson for his support of ESIP and FES over
many years, quickly stepping into the role as Interim Executive Director
and shepherding the search process. Thanks to Peter Fox, Emily Law and the
ESIP Executive committee for maintaining continuity and driving ESIP
forward this year. Finally, my deepest thanks to the Foundation for Earth
Science Board of Directors for giving me this extraordinary opportunity.
We are in exciting times and I am looking forward to continuing to work
with all of you. Please don't hesitate to reach out if there is anything I
Executive Director (!)
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On Mon, Nov 17, 2014 at 6:25 PM, Fox, Peter via ESIP-all <
esip-all at lists.esipfed.org> wrote:
> This news release will appear in many channels tomorrow. Erin can be
> reached at: erinrobinson at esipfed.org
> When the link appears, we will be sending it out for social media, please
> pass that on.
> Congratulations Erin! And thanks to the Foundation search committee,
> Foundation Board and ESIP Executive Committee.
> (President ESIP).
> November 17, 2014
> Contact: Charles Hutchinson, Interim Executive Director (520) 403-4963,
> chuck at earthsciencefoundation.org
> FOUNDATION FOR EARTH SCIENCE NAMES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
> The Board of Directors of the Foundation for Earth Science has named Erin
> Robinson as its new Executive Director. Ms. Robinson began working with the
> Foundation as a graduate student in 2004. Since 2010, she has served as
> the Information and Virtual Community Director for the Foundation.
> Passionate about fostering innovation through collaboration across diverse
> constituents, Ms. Robinson operates at the intersection of community
> informatics, Earth science and nonprofit management. Over the last 10
> years, she has honed technical and managerial skills to create communities
> and programs with lasting impact on science, data and technology. In her
> free time, she enjoys mountain biking, hiking and skiing.
> Ms. Robinson received a master’s degree in energy, environmental and
> chemical engineering, and a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from
> Washington University in St. Louis.
> The Foundation for Earth Science is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) scientific and
> education organization created to support research networks and communities
> that provide the information systems backbone for disseminating and use of
> Earth science information. The initial and continuing primary
> responsibility of the Foundation is to provide executive support to the
> Federation for Earth Science Information Partners (www.esipfed.org).
> Karl Benedict, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Foundation said,
> "We are very excited to open this next chapter for the Foundation with an
> Executive Director who is ready to hit the ground running with a clear
> vision of how the Foundation can broaden its impact across the Earth
> science data and informatics community while continuing to expand our
> relationship with the Federation of Earth Science Information Partners."
> "The Federation considers Ms. Robinson an excellent choice as the next
> Foundation Executive Director. Having known her for well over a decade, it
> is clear that not only does she possess a deep understanding of how ESIP
> functions and grows, but has developed a clear and viable vision for its
> future. I am confident that she will work with all ESIP members to attain
> that vision." remarked Peter Fox, President of the Federation of Earth
> Science Information Partners.
> Since its inception in 1998, the ESIP Federation has continually grown and
> attracted a diverse group of partners that includes more than 160 member
> organizations. It is supported by both NASA and the National Oceanic and
> Atmospheric Administration. In the past two years, with support from the
> National Science Foundation, the Foundation has also provided executive
> support to EarthCube (http://earthcube.org/).
> Additional information about the Foundation for Earth Science is available
> at http://earthsciencefoundation.org.
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