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Mozilla Festival
MozFest is an annual, hands-on festival for and by the open Internet movement. Every year, bright minds from around the world build, debate, and explore the future of our lives online. In this publication, we invite everyone to share their thoughts and start conversations.
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Mozilla’s annual, hands-on festival (affectionately known as MozFest) is dedicated to forging the future of the open Web. It’s where passionate technologists, educators and creators unite to hack on innovative solutions for the Web’s most pressing issues. We explore topics like privacy, ethics, literacy and economy on the Web.

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MozFest
The world’s leading festival for the open Internet movement.
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Mozilla
We're a global community dedicated to making the web better and more open for all. Join us to imagine, build & teach the web's future.
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Stevie Benton
Pen for hire. Provides own ink and pixels. Open tech in edu & democracy. Co-founded @opencoalition Loves retro games & Philadelphia Eagles. Occasional standup.
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Zannah Marsh
Zannah Marsh is a writer and artist transplanted from New England into the wilds of North Florida. Works on Learning Experiences for Mozilla.
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Kristina Gorr
Open Leadership Community Coordinator for Mozilla | Chocoholic | Nature lover
Writers
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Sisi Wei
Soon to be Director of Programs @OpenNews. Ex-AME @ProPublica. Co-founder of @Codewithme. Prev @PostGraphics. Maker and player of games.
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Sandra Gaudenzi
MA course leader @ University of Westminster & co-convenor of the i-Docs conference. Expert in interactive narratives. http://www.interactivefactual.net/
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Melissa 恵 Huerta
Rebalancing power dynamics in tech for the public interest. @mozilla @hgse Raise your words, not your voice; it is rain that makes the flowers grow, not thunder
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Amy Lee
80% Microbiologist, 10% foodie/baker, 5% ceramic artist and 5% knitter. Loves data, food and art.
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Michael Saunby
Teacher, learner, maker, engineer, scientist, was once a Civil Servant. See also https://saunby.net
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rebecca kahn
I often walk into doors.
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Amira Dhalla
Living at the intersection of gender, tech, privacy, and equity. Focused on how we build technology while putting human rights and communities at the forefront.
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Mark Surman
City geek. Gadget freak. Foodie. Father. Cyclist. Facilitation nerd. Community nut. Culture hacker. Executive director @Mozilla.
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Gabe Kleinman
father of daughters. portfolio services + marketing @obviousvc.
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Hera Hussain
Building communities. Feminist. Pakistani. Founder @chaynHQ & CEO fighting gender-based violence with tech. Championing openness. Forbes & MIT Under 30/35.
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Sam Dyson
Civic Science Fellow | UChicago Physics PhD starting Fall ’21 | Delighting in the magic + mystery of the natural world | Likes Jesus, cereal, house music.
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Gráinne Hamilton
Consultant, facilitator and connector. Specialising in open leadership, open recognition and lifelong learning.
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chadsansing
I teach for the users. Opinions are mine; content is ours.
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Emma Irwin
Open Source Programs Office, Microsoft. Previously @Mozilla, @Benetech
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JulieNeville
Championing Arts Award, social action, youth voice and Girlguiding. I'm a project manager, trainer, facilitator and wedding photographer in the South East
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Robert Friedman
def. |am'nignərənt| adjective. w/ infinite capacity to learn: eternal optimist, seeking understanding, making small change big, making no little plans.
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Kim Wilkens
technology activist (miss-bit.com), Tech-Girls founder (tech-girls.org)
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Matt Rogers
Platform Solution Consultant - Digitalme
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Dorine Flies
Mum, HR for ionCube and Digital art club director for www.drawit.club Merging Fine art and Technology via Manga and Minecraft!
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Judy Bloxham
Passionate about technology in learning, augmented reality evangelist, geek girl, petrol head. Views expressed are entirely my own
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Martin King
Education & technology futurist, thought leader, consultant, speaker & writer — ‘I aim to misbehave’. Co-Founder of http://inspireNshare.com
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Patrick Cantellow
17 | Product Marketing Apprentice @ionCube | Non-Profit Lover
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Joshua Lowe
A tech enthusiast in the NW of England. I build projects with technology! Project lead of EduBlocks. Co-Editor of micro:mag.
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Bethanie Fentiman
19 year old who's obsessed with Disney and wants to go to all the Disney Parks around the world
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Mat Walker
Roboticist and Programmer at Ohbot
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Steven Rick
For those of you who don’t know me, I work with @digtialme_ a part of the City & Guilds group, making invisible skills visible
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Dai Barnes
Head of Digital Strategy. Computing teacher. Barefoot runner.
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Vincent Lee
I can only really rant! (and code)
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Kristina Shu
Designer at Mozilla Foundation, Vancouverite and nature enthusiast
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Julia Vallera
Knowledge seeker, open webber, collaborator, Mozilla alum, professor, artist, mountain biker, animal fanatic.
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Luke Pacholski
Designer & coder working on Thimble at the Mozilla Foundation.
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Hannah Kane
Product Manager. Comedy Writer. Chief Scrum Master, www.scrumyourwedding.com. Space Camp alum.
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Sarah
Executive Festival Director, Mozilla Festival
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Esme Simcox
Production Assistant for Mozilla Festival 2017
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Judith Nink
Privacy enthusiastic lawyer at eyeo (Adblock Plus, Flattr)
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Kasia Odrozek
Tech ❤ Social change ❤Travel, producing the Internet Health Report at @mozilla and leading the Berlin Zebras Unite chapter.
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Natalia Mileszyk
@nmileszyk, lawyer, public policy expert at Centrum Cyfrowe and Communia Association, CEU alumni, member of Creative Commons, traveler and photographer
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Thomas Balouet
Freelance Web&VR developer => https://tbaloo.com
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Mozilla Open Leaders
A cohort of Open Leaders fueling the #internethealth movement through mentorship & training on working open. Work Open, Lead Open #WOLO mzl.la/openleaders
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Aska
Security Engineer - Collector of Quote - GM for Infosec RPG (https://www.blackhat.com/us-16/briefings.html#dungeons-dragons-and-security)
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Melanie Wilson
I live my life in widening circles. Librarian. Digital Literacy advocate. Lover of nature, poetry, food, and long winter hikes.
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Mark Boas
Web and Media.
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Mozfest Queer
a small group of *deer/dear* queers making the Mozilla Festival more magical!
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Marcos V. C. Vital
Prof. da UFAL, coordenador do LEQ, apaixonado por ensino e por ciência!
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irini mirena
Creative Director at FutureEverything; MozFest Arts+Culture Co-Curator; previously V&A Digital Programmes Manager, Head of New Media Arts Development, Watermans
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Winnie Rabera
Educator|| Social and internet Justice enthusiast||Multidisciplinary scholar||- Currently churning out knowledge in occupational health|| Mozilla contributor.
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