Molly has been stirring up passionate conversations in the Open Web Standards community for the entirety of the Web's life. From the early days of a text based Web viewed in Lynx through to the current advances in markup and CSS, SVG, User Experience, Accessibility, Internationalization and related topics. Her longevity in an industry of constant change has brought deep perspectives to her keynotes, workshops, books, articles and posts.
As of 18 January 2016, Molly formally joined the W3C team as the Community Strategist for the Marketing and Communications Team. With a B.A. in Technical Communications and an M.A. in Media Studies from the New School for Social Research in New York, Molly's work is returning from tech-specific topics to researching and delivering solutions for the long-term messaging to all audiences of the W3C.
Coralie joined the team in January 1999, as W3C Europe administrative assistant, with a degree in secretarial work and English as a foreign language.
She became W3C Europe administration manager until five years later she joined the W3C Communications Team. Her duties include Advisory Board scribe duties and meetings planning, W3C press clippings, management of Supporters Program applications, monitoring translators' list, being contact person for authorized translations. She is also involved in community development and outreach (microblogging, W3C blog). She was Incubator Activity Lead and is now involved in managing W3C Community and Business Groups.
In February 2015, she took on the role of Head of W3C Marketing and Communications to develop messaging, Public, Member and internal communications.; manage the Consortium's Comm activities, including press, publications, branding, marketing, and some Member relations.
Amy van der Hiel is the assistant to Tim Berners-Lee, a meeting planner and part of the administrative team.
Before joining the W3C, Amy was the Assistant to the Director and Curatorial Associate at the Exhibitions Department of the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston. She has her Bachelors in Art History from Bard College, NY and her Masters in Art Education from Mansfield University, PA.