01:39 - Ewa’s Superpower: Organization
02:01 - Naomi’s Superpower: Empathy for the Marginalized
05:26 - Regional and Local Meetings: Building a Healthy Community
06:52 - “Everybody Pays” and the PSF Budget
- Financial Aid
11:16 - How the Pandemic is Effecting the PSF
- Moving to Virtual Conferencing
13:20 - Intellectual Property
- Holding in Trust for Community
- Preserving Goodness
- Brand Integrity
16:36 - The Development of a Code of Conduct
- Ratio of Enforcers to Attendees
23:08 - Naomi: Classics, Language, and Computer Science
- Similarities and Differences
29:15: Ewa: Ending Up in Governance
31:03 - Ewa and Naomi’s Roles in PSF
- The PSF Board
- The PSF Staff
35:49 - Creating Emergency Funds
40:18 - Grants & Sponsorships
42:33 - Contractual Agreements
46:22 - Engaging in a Virtual Setting Over In-Person Events
51:15 - Approaching Issues Marginalized People Experience
Rein: If you want to understand how an accident happened, you need to understand why what a person was doing made sense to them at the time. “What would this mean if this made sense?”
Jacob: Looking forward to new conference formats.
Carina: What solutions are people pitching for moving to virtual gatherings?
Naomi: Only in our space do we think it’s "weird" to talk about whether or not we need emergency reserves. Also, online Hallway Tracks? Yes or no? What do now?
Ewa: Moving to online events is emotional.
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