The NISO Plus 2023 Conference Committee is helping us identify the topics and people of most importance to the global information community, and ensuring that the our next conference is filled with vibrant conversation and actionable outcomes. We are extremely grateful for their willingness to join us in putting together a truly global event!

Melroy Almeida, Australian Access Federation (Australia)

Gaelle Bequet, ISSN International Centre (France)

Kath Burton, Routledge Taylor & Francis (UK)

Chris Chan, Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong)

Nicoleta-Roxana Dinu, National Library of Romania (Romania)

Angela Ecklund, Modern Language Association (USA)

Lola Estelle, SPIE (USA)

Jason Friedman, Canadian Research Knowledge Network (Canada)

Stephanas Galinnya, Uganda Christian University (Uganda)

Sandy Hirsh, San Jose State University (USA)

Jason Hu, Taylor & Francis (China/UK)

Qiana Johnson

Qiana Johnson, Northwestern University (USA)

Leslie Johnston, National Archives and Records Administration (USA)

Ira Tam Keung Kit

Ira Tam Keung Kit, Vocational Training Council of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

Richard Kobel, Straive (USA)

Chris Leonard, Cactus Communications (UK)

Gabi Mejias, DataCite (Germany)

Alex Mendonca, SciELO (Brazil)

Russell Michalak, Goldey-Beacom College (USA)

Yasushi Ogasaka, Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (Japan)

Joy Owango, AfricArXiv (Kenya)

Anjaneya Reddy, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (India)

Christine Stohn, Clarivate (Germany)

Melissa Stoner, University of California – Berkeley (USA)

Simone Taylor, Consultant (USA)

Lesley West, ASTM International (USA)