science, technology, and medicine, he has served as advisor, consultant, and committee member to the American Association for the Advancement of Science and many other scholarly societies. Based on the successful HighWire model, Mr. Keller is now fostering development of additional information tools and services for the scholarly community. He speaks at about thirty professional, high-technology, and scholarly gatherings around the world every year on topics ranging from librarianship, musicology, information topography, to national and global information policy. Mr. Keller’s board service includes Hamilton College, Long Now Foundation, Japan’s National Institute for Informatics, the National Library of China, Biblioteca Alexandrina, The Council on Library and Information Resources, SIPX Inc., and Mondobiotech AG. Keller is a guest professor at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, has been Senior Presidential Fellow of the Council on Library and Information Resources, in 2008 was elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and in 2010 was elected Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Mr. Keller was educated at Hamilton College (B.A. Biology and Music, 1967), SUNY Buffalo (M.A. Musicology, 1970), and SUNY Geneseo (MLS, 1971). From 1973 to 1981, Mr. Keller served as Music Librarian and Senior Lecturer in Musicology at Cornell University and then in a similar capacity at University of California at Berkeley. While at Berkeley, he also taught musicology at Stanford University and began the complete revision of the definitive Music Research and Reference Materials. Yale called him to the post of Associate University Librarian and Director of Collection Development in 1986.

Christopher M. Kelly is a Silicon Valley-based attorney with a long track record of representing innovative companies and helping make the Internet a safer place for children and adults alike. Most recently, Mr. Kelly was a Democratic candidate for Attorney General of California, finishing second in a field of seven in the June 2010 primary election. Previously, as the first Chief Privacy Officer, and Head of Global Public policy for Facebook, he worked with attorneys general in all 50 states to develop safeguards protecting children from sexual predators and represented the company in complex situations involving privacy and intellectual property in the digital age. As a policy advisor for President Clinton’s 1992 campaign and then his White House Domestic Policy Council and Department of Education, Mr. Kelly advanced critical domestic programs, including the successful initiative to put 100,000 new community police officers on America’s streets and the formation of AmeriCorps, a network of national service programs that engage Americans to improve education, public safety, health, and the environment. In 1997, he returned to California to clerk for federal Judge Barry Moskowitz of the United States District Court in San Diego. He assisted on a range of criminal and civil

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