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2020_election_nominees [2020/02/12 12:10]
John Benedetto Added bio & pic for Denis
2020_election_nominees [2020/02/14 04:38]
John Benedetto add JJ's bio & picture
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-No bio submitted yet.+{{:​2018craiggoldsmith.jpg?​400 |Craig Goldsmith}}Craig Goldsmith (aka "​Zoot"​) is a designer, coder, maker and trained philosopher. He is a core organizer of Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire and board member of the same organization since Autumn 2013. 
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 +A full member of Quelab since May 2014, he previously served on the Quelab Board of Directors from February 2016 to February 2018, and is the current lasercutter officer. 
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 +He seeks to maintain and enhance Quelab'​s stature as a member-driven makerspace, and that Quelab continues to be utterly responsive to the economic and practical needs of its members: consensus decision-making,​ non-draconian policies, unfettered access to the space.
  
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 Thank you again for this nomination, and if elected, I will work to continue the mission of this remarkable organization to the best of my ability. Thank you again for this nomination, and if elected, I will work to continue the mission of this remarkable organization to the best of my ability.
  
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-No bio submitted yet.+{{::​jj2020.jpg?​400 |JJ Salley}}Thank you so much for the nomination. I know a lot of you and y’all know me, but if you don'​t... 
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 +I have lived in California, Missouri, Texas, Washington state, and now New Mexico. I have formally studied sociology, psychology, and computer science, have my General Amateur Radio License, several CompTia certifications including the Security+ and I enjoy making stuff. I tend to enjoy electronics and crafty projects. I helped organize some events for Quelab last year and I am currently the Fiber Arts steward. I also run a couple of small homeschool groups and the Albuquerque security group (DC505) that meets at Quelab. 
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 +I first encountered Quelab years ago while soldering at the Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire. I spent almost the entire day there and then returned to solder projects the entire second day. I started visiting Quelab whenever I was in ABQ and got to know the place better. I met Eric in the machine shop, Bandit gave my family a tour while talking about NMT, and I spent all kinds of time chatting with Morgan while working on electronic projects. I knew that if I ever moved to ABQ, I would join Quelab the day I got here...and I did. 
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 +I would love to impact Quelab on a bigger scale and can do so by being on the board. I know there are so many amazing members that have been nominated and choosing someone for the board is a big decision. I would appreciate your vote and will try my best to do the best thing for Quelab:D