Leadership

Leadership

Executive Officers

Jacob LeGrone

VP of Liaisons

ProgCode

Sonya Reynolds

Acting Chair, VP of Diversity and Inclusion, and Vice-Chair

Colibri Labs

Josh Cohen

Founder | OSDI

Adriel Hampton

VP of Marketing and PR

CEO and Principal Consultant | The Adriel Hampton Group Ltd.

Russ Rampersad

VP of Customer Relations

Director of Product Management | Catalist

Governance Committee

Tim Holahan

Product Manager | Broadstripes

Sonya Reynolds

Principal | Colibri Labs

Aastha Verma

Chief of Product | Catalist

Seth Bannon

Founder & CEO | Amicus

TBD

Mobile Commons

Beth Becker

Partner | Becker Digital Strategies

Brian Vallelunga

Senior Developer | Trilogy

Charles Parsons

Director R&D | Salsa

TBD

BlueStateDigital

Drew Miller

VP R&D | NGP VAN

Martha Grant

Project Manager | Action Network

Josh Cohen

Chairman, OSDI

Former Director of Technology | Washington United for Marriage

Ray Suelzer

Database Coordinator | UFCW

Joe McLaughlin

Data & Communications Coordinator | McLaughlin Consulting

Tim Anderegg

Independent

Gayatri Bhalla

Independent

Luke Peterson

Keyboards | Independent

Adriel Hampton

CEO and Principal Consultant | The Adriel Hampton Group Ltd.

Jacob LeGrone

OSDI Liaison | The Progressive Coders Network

Technical Contributors

See specification authors

Officers Emeritus

We thank our former officers for their service.

Seth Bannon

VP of Education

Founder and CEO | Amicus

Joe McLaughlin

VP of Membership

Independent

Jason Rosenbaum

VP of Outreach

Director of Technology | Action Network

Aastha Verma

VP of Customer Relations

Chief of Product | Catalist

Tim Anderegg

VP of Education

(former) Data and Technology Director | NOI

Mark Snyder

VP of Marketing and PR

Director of Communications | Equality Federation

Drew Miller

VP of Logistics

VP R&D | NGP VAN

Gayatri Bhalla

VP of Customer Relations

(former) Chief Operating Officer | Catalist

Ray Suelzer

VP of Membership

Senior Developer | UFCW

About OSDI

The Open Supporter Data Interface (OSDI) effort seeks to define an API and data structures for interoperability among products in the progressive cause-based, campaign and non-profit marketplace. The existence of a common API will reduce customer costs related to moving data between different systems, lower integration costs and enhance the ability of innovators to create products for the marketplace.

OSDI membership is made up of progressive vendors and organizations as well as invited non-partisan and mainstream industry vendors.