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[[File:PBeaudette_april_2010_wikimedia_03_10_238.jpg|thumb|200px|Philippe Beaudette, Director of Community Advocacy]]
 
[[File:PBeaudette_april_2010_wikimedia_03_10_238.jpg|thumb|200px|Philippe Beaudette, Director of Community Advocacy]]
'''Philippe Beaudette''', the Wikimedia Foundation's Director of Community Advocacy, first joined the Wikimedia Foundation staff as Facilitator of the [[strategy:|Strategic Planning]] project in July 2009. At the completion of the strategic planning project, Philippe became Head of Reader Relations, and led the 2010 Annual Giving campaign. In February 2012, he was promoted to Director, Community Advocacy and assigned to the Legal and Community Advocacy team.
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'''Philippe Beaudette''', the Wikimedia Foundation's Director of Community Advocacy, first joined the Wikimedia Foundation staff as Facilitator of the [[strategy:|Strategic Planning]] project in July 2009. At the completion of the strategic planning project, Philippe became Head of Reader Relations, and led the 2010 Annual Giving campaign. In February 2012, he was promoted to Director of Community Advocacy and assigned to the Legal and Community Advocacy team.
   
 
Prior to becoming a staff member he was a three-year member of the Board of Trustees Election Committee, a two-year trusted administrator for the English Wikipedia, and volunteer for [[m:OTRS|the Volunteer response team]].
 
Prior to becoming a staff member he was a three-year member of the Board of Trustees Election Committee, a two-year trusted administrator for the English Wikipedia, and volunteer for [[m:OTRS|the Volunteer response team]].

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Philippe Beaudette, Director of Community Advocacy

Philippe Beaudette, the Wikimedia Foundation's Director of Community Advocacy, first joined the Wikimedia Foundation staff as Facilitator of the Strategic Planning project in July 2009. At the completion of the strategic planning project, Philippe became Head of Reader Relations, and led the 2010 Annual Giving campaign. In February 2012, he was promoted to Director of Community Advocacy and assigned to the Legal and Community Advocacy team.

Prior to becoming a staff member he was a three-year member of the Board of Trustees Election Committee, a two-year trusted administrator for the English Wikipedia, and volunteer for the Volunteer response team.

Outside Wikimedia, Philippe has a background in American electoral politics, where he has worked as Deputy Campaign Manager, Operations Manager and Technology Director on a number of state and federal campaigns, as well as for the non-profit Progressive Alliance Foundation. He has also worked as a technology consultant in the for-profit sector in the United States, Italy and the United Kingdom.