Our organization and team

We are a non-profit, fiscally-sponsored project of Code for Science and Society , a US 501(c)(3) public charity.

We are a distributed team spread across South America, Western and Eastern Europe, and North America. We have a combination of experience in cloud engineering and open source, research and education, and open communities. Our Steering Council provides strategic guidance and oversight to our team.

Our Team Compass has a lot more information about our organizational structure, goals, and policy.

Below is a list of each team and its members.

Open Engineering Team

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Damián Avila

Open Source Infrastructure Engineer

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Sarah Gibson

Open Source Infrastructure Engineer

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Erik Sundell

Open Source Infrastructure Engineer

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Georgiana Dolocan

Open Source Infrastructure Engineer

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Yuvi Panda

Senior Open Source Infrastructure Engineer (Volunteer)

Community Guidance and Partnerships Team

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James Munroe

Product and Community Lead

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Jim Colliander

Partnerships Lead

Executive Director

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Chris Holdgraf

Executive Director

Steering Council

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Chris Holdgraf

Executive Director

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Cathryn Carson

Co-Founder

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Fernando Perez

Co-Founder

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Jim Colliander

Partnerships Lead

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Lindsey Heagy

Co-Founder

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Ryan Abernathey

Co-Founder

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Yuvi Panda

Senior Open Source Infrastructure Engineer (Volunteer)

How we are funded

To sustain and grow our operations, 2i2c receives funding from the following sources:

  • Revenue from managed services. We build self-sustaining cloud services that generate revenue through management and support contracts. See our services page for more information.
  • Project-focused grants. We lead and collaborate on several projects that involve developing and supporting infrastructure for research and education. See our projects page for more information.
  • Donations and core support. We raise central funding that provides crucial core support for 2i2c’s operations, and supports our time in supporting open source communities.

2i2c’s Financial and Sustainability Strategy page has our full financial sustainability strategy.

Our accounting dashboards have all our latest costs and revenue.

Major sources of funding #

The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative awarded 2i2c $1.4m over 3 years for capacity building in the Jupyter ecosystem for research and education.

Invest in Open Infrastructure along with Joint Roadmap for Open Science Tools awarded 2i2c a $5,000 grant to fund JupyterHub cloud infrastructure for projects that did not have their own cloud funding.

2i2c receives support from the Climate Data Lab at Columbia University (~$500,000 over 2 years), for managing and developing cloud infrastructure for the Pangeo Project .

We received funding from CZI to serve open cloud infrastructure to communities in Latin America and Africa. More information is in this blog post .