- General John Dailey Director of the National Air & Space Museum
- G.Wayne Clough Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution
- Christine Albanel Executive Director in charge of events, cultural and institutional partnerships and solidarity, France Telecom/Orange
- Francois Delattre Ambassador of France to the United States
- Kerri-Ann Jones Assistant Secretary of State, Department of States
- Patricia Cooper President, Satellite Industry Association
- Renata David Director of Legal Affairs, ITSO
- Michael Geselowitz Senior Director, IEEE History Center
- Thierry Guillemin Senior Vice President & Chief Technical Officer at Intelsat
- Bart Palmer Chief Technology Officer, GlobeCast Americas
- David Richards Interim Director, Margaret Chase Smith Library, The University of Maine
- James Schwoch Professor of Communication Studies, Northwestern University
- Robert J. Tate Consul of the United States for Western France
Michael Geselowitz - Senior Director, IEEE History Center
Michael N. Geselowitz is Senior Director of the IEEE History Center. Immediately prior to joining IEEE in 1997, Mike was Group Manager at Eric Marder Associates, a New York market research firm, where he supervised Ph.D. scientists and social scientists undertaking market analyses for Fortune 500 high-tech companies. He is also a registered Patent Agent.
Mike holds S.B. degrees in electrical engineering and in anthropology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in anthropology from Harvard University.
His research focus has been on the history and social relations of technology. He has worked as an electronics engineer for the Department of Defense, and he has held teaching and research positions relating to the social study of technology at M.I.T., Harvard, and Yale University, including a stint as Assistant Collections Manager/Curator at Harvard's Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. Through the arrangement between IEEE and Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, that sponsors the IEEE History Center, he is currently Adjunct Professor of History of Technology and of Science, Technology and Society at Rutgers.
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