Bert Bos completed his Ph.D. in Groningen, The Netherlands, on a prototyping language for graphical user interfaces. He then went on to develop a browser targeted at humanities scholars, before joining the W3C at INRIA/Sophia-Antipolis in October 1995. He is co-inventor of CSS and created & led W3C's Internationalization activity. After working on HTML and XML, he led for many years the CSS and later also the Mathematics activities. He is now working on privacy technologies and is part of the W3C communications team.
Kenzo Ishida Graphic Design Volunteer
Xueyuan Jia joined W3C in May 2015. She was the primary meeting planner at W3C/Beihang, and also the Media Contact in China as a member of W3C Marketing and Communications team. Since June 2017, she fully joined Marketing and Communications team to be committed to Member communications, W3C groups and team supports, as well as to expand W3C press relations in China.
Alexandra joined the team in September 2002.
She is in charge of events, staff travels and Membership administration. In 2019, Alexandra became W3C global event coordinator.
Alexandra has a bachelor in Event projects management from Lille University and a Master in management from EDHEC business school.
Coralie is Head of W3C Marketing & Communications. Since February 2015, she manages the Consortium's Comm activities, including messaging, press relations, W3C website, branding, marketing, internal communications as well as Public and Member communications. Previously and since 2005, Coralie was W3C Communications Team assistant.
Since joining W3C in January 1999 with degrees in secretarial work and English as a foreign language, Coralie held a number of positions such as W3C Europe team assistant, W3C Europe administration manager (2001-2006). She was team contact for the W3C Advisory Board (2005-2017), helped with community outreach and developer relations.
Amy van der Hiel is the assistant to Tim Berners-Lee and is Media Relations Coordinator for the W3C Communications Team.
Before joining the W3C, Amy worked at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and was the Assistant to the Director and Curatorial Associate at the Exhibitions Department of the Massachusetts College of Art. She has her Bachelors in Art History from Bard College, NY and her Masters in Art Education from Mansfield University, PA.