Staff

Main Staff

Eric Klien, President/Secretary
Chris Haley, Vice President/Blog Webmaster/System Administrator
Carl Martinez, Treasurer
Aaron Balogun, LinkedIn Manager
James Blodgett, Chair of the Grantsmanship Committee
William Cosgrove, LinkedIn Manager
Michael Dickey, Deputy Networking Director
James Dunn, Director of Development Assistance
Sylvia Engdahl, MySpace Webmaster
Dylan Evans, LinkedIn Manager
Woody Evans, LinkedIn Manager
Adam Ford, Facebook Administrator
Julian Franco, LinkedIn Manager
Peer Infinity, Blog Webmaster
Tom Kerwick, Blog Webmaster
Eugen Leitl, LinkedIn Manager
Angèle Lubin, Facebook Administrator
Sabiha Rumani Malik, Associate Founder
Tom McCabe, Advisory Board Forum/Mailing List Moderator
Matthew L. McGuirl, Advisory Board Forum/Mailing List Moderator
David Orban, Tweetmaster
Charles Peralo, Facebook Administrator
George Perry, Facebook Administrator and LinkedIn Manager
David Reisner, LinkedIn Manager
Stephen Russell, Facebook Administrator
Susan Singer, Facebook Administrator
Frank D. Smith, InfoPreserver Project Coordinator
Sergio M.L. Tarrero, International Director of Audiovisual Communications
Philippe Van Nedervelde, International Spokesperson
Brian Wang, Director of Research


 

Division Leaders

Robert A. Freitas Jr, Head of our Nanomedicine Division
Wrye Sententia, Head of our Neuroethics Division
Philippe Van Nedervelde, Director, Informational Transparency Division
Philippe Van Nedervelde, Head of our LifeShield Bunkers Division
Michael Vassar, Head of our Long-Term Strategy Division
 
 

Scenarios and Solutions for a Nano-World

Summer Johnson, Column Editor
Bob Krone, Columnist

 
 

Technology Research Department Staff & Board

Brian Wang. Director of Research. LF Technology Research News Website editor and writer
Phil Wolff. Communications and social technologist. LF Technology Research News Website editor and writer
Alvin Wang. Computer, technology, social networking, and social media expert. LF Research News Website editor and writer

 

About Our Technology Research Department

Technology will be critical for solutions to enabing solutions or mitigations to existential risks and possible misuse of increasingly powerful technologies, including genetic engineering, nanotechnology, and robotics/AI, as we move towards the Singularity.
 
Technology is also critical for potentially creating new existential risks.
 
The Lifeboat Foundation Technology Research Department and its website track the technology news that can have a big positive or negative impact on the future. Awareness of what technology is available and becoming available and its potential impact is critical for Lifeboat Foundation planning.