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Lea Shanley PhD

International Computer Science Institute
Director and CEO
Berkeley, CA
Dr. Lea Shanley is the Director and CEO of the International Computer Science Institute, a non-profit research institute in Berkeley, CA, that advances computer science and data science research through international collaboration. She collaborates globally on research at the intersection of geospatial information science, satellite remote sensing, data governance, and public policy. Previously, she was a founding co-Executive Director of the NSF South Big Data Innovation Hub, a venture launched to catalyze and strengthen cross-sector partnerships in data science, big data, and AI. As founding Director of the Wilson Center’s Commons Lab, and as a White House Presidential Innovation Fellow under the Obama Administration, Shanley co-founded and co-chaired the Federal Community of Practice on Crowdsourcing and Citizen Science, served on the leadership team that mobilized 125 federal staff to build CitizenScience.gov, catalyzed and shaped the White House Memorandum on Citizen Science and Crowdsourcing and Citizen Science Act of 2016, and organized the first White House Citizen Science Summit (Sept 2015). She also worked at NASA to design and guide open science/citizen science research strategies for Earth and planetary science. Prior to this, she served as the primary science advisor to Sen. Bill Nelson, drafting the Earth Science section of the 2010 NASA Authorization Act and other legislation supporting federal R&D. Shanley holds a Ph.D. in GIScience from the UW-Madison. She serves on the NASA VALUABLES Advisory Committee, the Indigenous Data Working Group of the IEEE P2890 Recommended Practice for Provenance of Indigenous Peoples' Data, and the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) Data Working Group. She also co-Chairs GEO Data Law & Policy Working Group.
Wednesday, May 17

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Thursday, May 18

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Friday, May 19

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