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EITA Think Tank and Leadership Team

(The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California - Jeff M. Wang)

Looking Back on The Past Decade, and Forward To The Next Decade


The EITA Board and Leadership Team

The Emerging Information and Technology Association (EITA), currently by EBMedia, LLC, has two goals:


The current board members (invited and appointed by the Chair of the EITA) of the EITA Leadership Team are:


EITA-EITC Advisory Board and Think Tank


The EITA-EITC advisory board and think tank is an international research community on Emerging Technology and Services. The roles of the EITA-EITC advisory board/think tank are:


  • to establish the criteria and process for proposal solicitation and review, identifying projects that benefit most from Emerging Technology and Services and make the most difference to our world.
  • to provide ongoing guidance to the EITA-EITC management teams on issues of strategy, management, legal matters, process, and conflict resolution.


The current chair and the vice chairs of the EITA-EITC advisory board and think tank are:



Note: Due to a large number of the EITA-EITC advisory board members/thought leaders worldwide, their names are not listed here.


EITA-EITC Managing Committee


(UN Geneva - Alvin Wei-Jen Wong)

The EITA-EITC managing committee is the group of volunteers ultimately responsible for the activities of the EITA-EITC organization (a virtual organization). We plan events, recruit volunteers, enable connections with speakers, panelists, and moderators, identify sponsors, manage the team’s finances (EITA-EITC is a non-profit), and operate It plays the role in the organization as both leaders and decision makers. Their overall responsibilities are:


  • Vision and Leadership. It ensures that everything the organization does supports its vision, purpose and aims.
  • Accountability and Legal Liability. It must account for everything the organization does, including its spending and activities.
  • Keep it Legal. It ensures compliance with all relevant legal and regulatory requirements and seeks guidance around any uncertainties.
  • Financial Management. It ensures that all money, property and resources are properly used, managed and accounted for.
  • Managing Staff and Volunteers. It must ensure that appropriate policies and procedures are in place for staff and volunteers. and that both are properly managed and supported.


The EITA-EITC managing committee consists of (up to) 31 members (invited and appointed by the Chair of the EITA as projects needed). The current members of the EITA-EITC managing committee are:




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