21:3 (2006:09) Committee Updates: D&D

September 3, 2006 at 7:11 pm | Posted in Database & Directory, News | Leave a comment


Buddy Pennington, Chair 

While the NASIG Database & Directory Committee works to maintain the details of NASIG’s membership, it has undergone some changes to its membership as well.  Smita Joshipura took time off to visit family and friends in her homeland of India in July and August.  The committee was glad to see her back safe and sound (and refreshed for the upcoming NASIG renewal season!). 

Janet Chisman resigned from the committee earlier this summer.  Her valuable participation has been greatly appreciated and she will be missed.  Janet’s colleague at Washington State University, Greg Matthews, has volunteered to plug the gap. Greg, a NASIG member since 2005, joined the committee with the blessing of the NASIG Board and we are happy to have him aboard. 

And last but not least, there is a new addition to the family of D&D chair Buddy Pennington.  A healthy Luke Ryan was born on July 20th at 10:24 p.m.  Buddy and his wife, Nicole, are spending several weeks at home with the new arrival, Luke, and Luke’s big brother Aidan.  Buddy is planning to go back to work, more tired than ever, at the end of August.   

In the meantime, the co-chair of the committee, Lisa Blackwell, will be leading the way for the committee work.  Plans are underway to make NASIG renewals a completely electronic process.


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