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Office of the Executive Director

Lila Tretikov
Lila Tretikov
Executive Director

The Wikimedia Foundation is part of a broad global network of individuals, organizations, chapters, clubs and communities who together work to create Wikipedia and many other freely used, freely edited, freely copied and freely redistributed projects; the most powerful example of volunteer collaboration and open content sharing in the world today.

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Engineering and Product Development

Erik Möller
Erik Möller
Deputy Director;
Vice President of Engineering and Product Development

Wikimedia engineering and product development refers to the engineering and product team employed by the Wikimedia Foundation. Its mission is to build, improve and maintain the technical infrastructure of Wikimedia projects (software and hardware), by supporting and complementing volunteer efforts.

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Grantmaking

Anasuya Sengupta
Anasuya Sengupta
Senior Director of Grantmaking

The Grantmaking team increases the quantity, quality, diversity, and reach of free knowledge by supporting people and organizations aligned with the Wikimedia Foundation mission. We make grants to individuals, groups and organizations working on building community and growing content on Wikimedia projects and sites as well as related open knowledge projects. We are committed to supporting under-resourced and emerging regions, languages and communities, particularly in the Global South.

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Fundraising

Lisa Seitz-Gruwell
Lisa Seitz-Gruwell
Chief Revenue Officer

The Wikimedia Foundation Fundraising team cultivates the resources that propel our movement. Every year, we engage over 2 million people from nearly every country in the world to support Wikipedia and its sister projects. Would you like to join them?

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Legal and Community Advocacy

Geoff Brigham
Geoff Brigham
General Counsel

Legal and Community Advocacy (LCA) team members oversee all legal matters for the Foundation and focus on key initiatives to help support the community consistent with our Foundation goals and values. This team deals with a wide range of issues and projects, including policy drafting, trademark and copyright law, international law, employment law, litigation, fundraising and grant law, domestic and international contracts, privacy law, ethics, internet law, and non-profit corporate governance.

The team is also charged with carrying forward the Foundation’s goals of advocating for the community in new ways, including fighting for content online, facilitating community discussions about critical Wikimedia Foundation initiatives that affect the community, better supporting Wikimedia administrators and functionaries, becoming a center of knowledge for strategic change management, and providing information about legal and legislative issues that impact online content.

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Communications

Katherine Maher
Katherine Maher
Chief Communications Officer

The Communications team leads the Foundation's efforts to openly and effectively share information—about the Wikimedia movement, the Wikimedia projects and the Wikimedia Foundation's work itself—with a global audience including volunteer editors, site readers and other stakeholders.

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Finance and Administration

Garfield Byrd
Garfield Byrd
Chief of Finance and Administration

The Wikimedia Foundation is proud to be one of the most transparent non-profit organizations in the world. For updates about our program activities and our Annual Report, start at our home page.

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Human Resources

Gayle Karen Young
Gayle Karen Young
Chief Talent and Culture Officer

If you believe in making education and knowledge free, and you love what you do and want to bring your skills and experience to our organization, check out our job openings. If you'd like to keep up to date as new positions are posted, follow us on Twitter.

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