Preparing to start the process in early 2017
Core strategy team
- Whitney Williams, williamsworks
- Ed Bland, williamsworks
- Shannon Keith, williamsworks
- Guillaume Paumier, Senior Analyst, Wikimedia Foundation
- Suzie Nussel, organizational strategy consultant, Wikimedia Foundation
This team will shepherd the overall process and keep all groups involved and engaged. The architects (Whitney, Ed, Guillaume) will frame and co-design the conversations within our communities and beyond, and transform outputs into a meaningful, knowledge-driven strategic direction for the movement. They will work in close collaboration with, and seek counsel from, track leads, working groups, and volunteer advisors. The project/stakeholder managers (Suzie and Shannon) will work with track leads to drive engagement, coordinate the tracks and support them as needed, and manage tasks, deadlines, and budgets for the overall process.
- Whitney Williams, Ed Bland, and Guillaume Paumier
- Project/stakeholder management
- Shannon Keith and Suzie Nussel
Until February 15, we will be accepting applications for two types of community-focused movement strategy coordinators.
The MetaWiki Strategy Coordinators will be part-time, remote contractors with an initial contract of approximately three months at up to 20 hours per week and will carry invitations out to communities, run targeted discussions on assigned subjects, monitor discussions on large questions, summarize both English and non-English feedback in English on Metawiki, report on major themes that emerge, and serve as coordinators for workgroups.
The Language Specialist Strategy Coordinators will be part-time, remote contractors with an initial contract of approximately three months at up to 20 hours per week and will, with an emphasis on projects that use their specialty language, carry invitations to participate out, run targeted discussions on assigned subjects, monitor discussions on large questions, summarize both English and non-English feedback in English on Metawiki, report on major themes that emerge in discussions, and serve as coordinators for workgroups. The languages for which we are hiring are:
Both roles are expected to become active in early March. To apply, please go to the job description and application forms here and choose the role for which you’d like to apply. Information about your work on Wikimedia projects will be an important part of the application review. Applicants for this role may also apply for the Meta coordination role, and applicants for the Language Specialist role may also apply for the Meta coordination role.
Track leads and working groups
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- Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Track A/People
- Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Track B/People
- Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Track C/People
- Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Track D/People
Community process steering committee
- In addition to Strategy Coordinators above: volunteers and affiliates acting as facilitators with specific groups and communities