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Katherine Maher
Hi all,

I am writing to share some news about the leadership of our Legal
department at the Wikimedia Foundation. Over the last eight months, we’ve
worked to identify a permanent General Counsel for the Wikimedia
Foundation. I am delighted to share that we have found a new General
Counsel, Eileen Hershenov.  I am sad to say that our respected colleague
and friend Michelle Paulson has decided this is a good time to move on to
something new.

*Michelle moving on*

Michelle Paulson, who has been serving as interim General Counsel, has
decided that after nine years it is time to move on from the Wikimedia
Foundation. Michelle has made her mark here: she served as interim General
Counsel twice; created our legal fellowship program, pushed to make key
policies more user-friendly and aligned with our core values; protected the
office, organization, and volunteers from threats; helped built a new
Foundation public policy program; vigorously and passionately defended the
privacy and security of our users; advocated for truly inclusive policies
and recruiting practices; and acted as a steadfast voice and advocate for
the values which make our movement possible.

Michelle’s brilliance, humor, professionalism, and determination have
fundamentally shaped our organization and movement. We will miss her
immensely, and I look forward to seeing what she will achieve in the name
of justice, equity, openness, and opportunity.

*Eileen Hershenov joining our movement*

Today I would like to introduce you to Eileen Hershenov, who will join us
as General Counsel on May 8th.

Eileen has nearly 30 years of experience in media and intellectual property
law, as well as in civil rights and civil liberties law, not-for-profit law
and governance, and privacy and cyber-security. She is passionately
committed to values that make our movement possible: free expression,
access to knowledge, freedom of association and an internet that embodies
the open-source movement and that resists censorship and surveillance.
Throughout her career, she has applied these values to her work with a
unique focus on grassroots organizing and advocacy.

Previously, Eileen served as Vice President and General Counsel for
Consumers Union, the not-for-profit publisher of Consumer Reports magazine
and ConsumerReports.org, for 10 years. In that role, she worked with tens
of thousands of volunteers in the organization’s advocacy programs. Before
Consumer Reports she spent 11 years at the Open Society Foundations, where
she served as the General Counsel to the global foundation network,
overseeing the legal work of the foundations in close to 40 countries
across the globe.

Eileen was also the founding general counsel for the Central European
University,[1] the first U.S.-accredited liberal arts university located in
a former Communist country. She has worked for the American Civil Liberties
Union and the NOW Legal Defense Fund. Most recently, she has been working
at Miller Korzenik Sommers Rayman LLP, a media law firm, and serving on the
boards of a number of public interest justice organizations.

*Next steps*

Eileen is based in New York City, and will relocate to San Francisco with
her family this summer. Until then, she will be commuting to the office
starting in May to begin work with the Legal team.

Transitions can feel uncertain, but I know that this movement is one that
is welcoming and appreciative of what new colleagues bring to our efforts.
We had hoped Michelle would stay with us as Deputy General Counsel, but
after nine years I think we all can appreciate the desire for a wikibreak
(and rumors of a new puppy!). In the meantime, Eileen and Michelle are
working together to ensure that we have a smooth transition and no balls
get dropped. I am so grateful to Michelle for her generosity of time,
attention, and care in working to make sure this transition supports the
Legal team, the Foundation, and the movement.

We will publish a formal public announcement closer to Eileen’s first day.
Until then, please join me in welcoming Eileen and thanking Michelle for
her years of commitment to our movement.

Yours,
Katherine

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Re: [Wikimedia-l] General Counsel: Welcome Eileen Hershenov

bobby shabangu
Congrats and Welcome to Eileen Hershenov!

On Wed, Apr 26, 2017 at 3:33 PM, Katherine Maher <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I am writing to share some news about the leadership of our Legal
> department at the Wikimedia Foundation. Over the last eight months, we’ve
> worked to identify a permanent General Counsel for the Wikimedia
> Foundation. I am delighted to share that we have found a new General
> Counsel, Eileen Hershenov.  I am sad to say that our respected colleague
> and friend Michelle Paulson has decided this is a good time to move on to
> something new.
>
> *Michelle moving on*
>
> Michelle Paulson, who has been serving as interim General Counsel, has
> decided that after nine years it is time to move on from the Wikimedia
> Foundation. Michelle has made her mark here: she served as interim General
> Counsel twice; created our legal fellowship program, pushed to make key
> policies more user-friendly and aligned with our core values; protected the
> office, organization, and volunteers from threats; helped built a new
> Foundation public policy program; vigorously and passionately defended the
> privacy and security of our users; advocated for truly inclusive policies
> and recruiting practices; and acted as a steadfast voice and advocate for
> the values which make our movement possible.
>
> Michelle’s brilliance, humor, professionalism, and determination have
> fundamentally shaped our organization and movement. We will miss her
> immensely, and I look forward to seeing what she will achieve in the name
> of justice, equity, openness, and opportunity.
>
> *Eileen Hershenov joining our movement*
>
> Today I would like to introduce you to Eileen Hershenov, who will join us
> as General Counsel on May 8th.
>
> Eileen has nearly 30 years of experience in media and intellectual property
> law, as well as in civil rights and civil liberties law, not-for-profit law
> and governance, and privacy and cyber-security. She is passionately
> committed to values that make our movement possible: free expression,
> access to knowledge, freedom of association and an internet that embodies
> the open-source movement and that resists censorship and surveillance.
> Throughout her career, she has applied these values to her work with a
> unique focus on grassroots organizing and advocacy.
>
> Previously, Eileen served as Vice President and General Counsel for
> Consumers Union, the not-for-profit publisher of Consumer Reports magazine
> and ConsumerReports.org, for 10 years. In that role, she worked with tens
> of thousands of volunteers in the organization’s advocacy programs. Before
> Consumer Reports she spent 11 years at the Open Society Foundations, where
> she served as the General Counsel to the global foundation network,
> overseeing the legal work of the foundations in close to 40 countries
> across the globe.
>
> Eileen was also the founding general counsel for the Central European
> University,[1] the first U.S.-accredited liberal arts university located in
> a former Communist country. She has worked for the American Civil Liberties
> Union and the NOW Legal Defense Fund. Most recently, she has been working
> at Miller Korzenik Sommers Rayman LLP, a media law firm, and serving on the
> boards of a number of public interest justice organizations.
>
> *Next steps*
>
> Eileen is based in New York City, and will relocate to San Francisco with
> her family this summer. Until then, she will be commuting to the office
> starting in May to begin work with the Legal team.
>
> Transitions can feel uncertain, but I know that this movement is one that
> is welcoming and appreciative of what new colleagues bring to our efforts.
> We had hoped Michelle would stay with us as Deputy General Counsel, but
> after nine years I think we all can appreciate the desire for a wikibreak
> (and rumors of a new puppy!). In the meantime, Eileen and Michelle are
> working together to ensure that we have a smooth transition and no balls
> get dropped. I am so grateful to Michelle for her generosity of time,
> attention, and care in working to make sure this transition supports the
> Legal team, the Foundation, and the movement.
>
> We will publish a formal public announcement closer to Eileen’s first day.
> Until then, please join me in welcoming Eileen and thanking Michelle for
> her years of commitment to our movement.
>
> Yours,
> Katherine
>
> --
> Katherine Maher
>
> Wikimedia Foundation
> 149 New Montgomery Street
> San Francisco, CA 94105
>
> +1 (415) 839-6885 ext. 6635
> +1 (415) 712 4873
> [hidden email]
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Re: [Wikimedia-l] General Counsel: Welcome Eileen Hershenov

Lane Rasberry
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Hello,

Eileen has been a great support to me at Consumer Reports in doing
Wikimedia projects with in New York City.  Many Wikimedia community members
take for granted that organizations can easily engage in Wikimedia
projects, but actually, if an organization attempts a collaboration with
Wikipedia then all sorts of unexpected challenges arise. I think that it is
great that the Wikimedia Foundation is taking a lawyer who has seen the
other side and knows what it is like to be in an organization which wishes
to do things on-wiki, but encounters barriers and has many questions.

Eileen's essential help with Wikipedia at Consumer Reports has been my
major interaction with her but I know her to be well regarded from many
perspectives. I am thrilled that the WMF has brought on someone with a long
history of advocacy in consumer nonprofit media and whose values match
those of the Wikimedia community as I understand it.

Best wishes -


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Consumer Reports
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On Wed, Apr 26, 2017 at 9:33 AM, Katherine Maher <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I am writing to share some news about the leadership of our Legal
> department at the Wikimedia Foundation. Over the last eight months, we’ve
> worked to identify a permanent General Counsel for the Wikimedia
> Foundation. I am delighted to share that we have found a new General
> Counsel, Eileen Hershenov.  I am sad to say that our respected colleague
> and friend Michelle Paulson has decided this is a good time to move on to
> something new.
>
> *Michelle moving on*
>
> Michelle Paulson, who has been serving as interim General Counsel, has
> decided that after nine years it is time to move on from the Wikimedia
> Foundation. Michelle has made her mark here: she served as interim General
> Counsel twice; created our legal fellowship program, pushed to make key
> policies more user-friendly and aligned with our core values; protected the
> office, organization, and volunteers from threats; helped built a new
> Foundation public policy program; vigorously and passionately defended the
> privacy and security of our users; advocated for truly inclusive policies
> and recruiting practices; and acted as a steadfast voice and advocate for
> the values which make our movement possible.
>
> Michelle’s brilliance, humor, professionalism, and determination have
> fundamentally shaped our organization and movement. We will miss her
> immensely, and I look forward to seeing what she will achieve in the name
> of justice, equity, openness, and opportunity.
>
> *Eileen Hershenov joining our movement*
>
> Today I would like to introduce you to Eileen Hershenov, who will join us
> as General Counsel on May 8th.
>
> Eileen has nearly 30 years of experience in media and intellectual property
> law, as well as in civil rights and civil liberties law, not-for-profit law
> and governance, and privacy and cyber-security. She is passionately
> committed to values that make our movement possible: free expression,
> access to knowledge, freedom of association and an internet that embodies
> the open-source movement and that resists censorship and surveillance.
> Throughout her career, she has applied these values to her work with a
> unique focus on grassroots organizing and advocacy.
>
> Previously, Eileen served as Vice President and General Counsel for
> Consumers Union, the not-for-profit publisher of Consumer Reports magazine
> and ConsumerReports.org, for 10 years. In that role, she worked with tens
> of thousands of volunteers in the organization’s advocacy programs. Before
> Consumer Reports she spent 11 years at the Open Society Foundations, where
> she served as the General Counsel to the global foundation network,
> overseeing the legal work of the foundations in close to 40 countries
> across the globe.
>
> Eileen was also the founding general counsel for the Central European
> University,[1] the first U.S.-accredited liberal arts university located in
> a former Communist country. She has worked for the American Civil Liberties
> Union and the NOW Legal Defense Fund. Most recently, she has been working
> at Miller Korzenik Sommers Rayman LLP, a media law firm, and serving on the
> boards of a number of public interest justice organizations.
>
> *Next steps*
>
> Eileen is based in New York City, and will relocate to San Francisco with
> her family this summer. Until then, she will be commuting to the office
> starting in May to begin work with the Legal team.
>
> Transitions can feel uncertain, but I know that this movement is one that
> is welcoming and appreciative of what new colleagues bring to our efforts.
> We had hoped Michelle would stay with us as Deputy General Counsel, but
> after nine years I think we all can appreciate the desire for a wikibreak
> (and rumors of a new puppy!). In the meantime, Eileen and Michelle are
> working together to ensure that we have a smooth transition and no balls
> get dropped. I am so grateful to Michelle for her generosity of time,
> attention, and care in working to make sure this transition supports the
> Legal team, the Foundation, and the movement.
>
> We will publish a formal public announcement closer to Eileen’s first day.
> Until then, please join me in welcoming Eileen and thanking Michelle for
> her years of commitment to our movement.
>
> Yours,
> Katherine
>
> --
> Katherine Maher
>
> Wikimedia Foundation
> 149 New Montgomery Street
> San Francisco, CA 94105
>
> +1 (415) 839-6885 ext. 6635
> +1 (415) 712 4873
> [hidden email]
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Re: [Wikimedia-l] General Counsel: Welcome Eileen Hershenov

Tomasz Ganicz
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2017-04-26 15:33 GMT+02:00 Katherine Maher <[hidden email]>:

> Michelle


Michelle was one of my personally favourite employees of WMF with which I
had occasion to meet face to face - so I wish her great continuation of her
carrier somewhere else and be missing her.

Hopefully, our new General Counsel will be even better.








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Philippe Beaudette-4
For nearly a decade, I worked (sometimes closely, sometimes not as closely)
with Michelle Paulson.  She dazzled me with her brilliance and her care for
Wikimedia and Wikimedians around the globe.  Anytime that I needed someone
to fight with me because a Wikimedian was in some way threatened, I never
had to check - because I knew that Michelle was either there ahead of me,
or right besides me.

She is unwavering in her care for Wikimedians - she feels that calling very
deeply.  Wikimedia owes much to her.

But speaking personally, I've seen the toll that it took on her, and I've
felt a touch of it myself.  Michelle - go take a good long break.  You've
earned it.  Well done, my friend.  Well done.

philippe

On Wed, Apr 26, 2017 at 7:44 AM, Tomasz Ganicz <[hidden email]> wrote:

> 2017-04-26 15:33 GMT+02:00 Katherine Maher <[hidden email]>:
>
> > Michelle
>
>
> Michelle was one of my personally favourite employees of WMF with which I
> had occasion to meet face to face - so I wish her great continuation of her
> carrier somewhere else and be missing her.
>
> Hopefully, our new General Counsel will be even better.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> --
> Tomek "Polimerek" Ganicz
> http://pl.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Polimerek
> http://www.ganicz.pl/poli/
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Dan Rosenthal
Michelle is beyond amazing, end of story. Best of luck to the new incoming
GC, and hope she can fill the very big shoes.

-Dan

Dan Rosenthal

On Wed, Apr 26, 2017 at 12:06 PM, Philippe Beaudette <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> For nearly a decade, I worked (sometimes closely, sometimes not as closely)
> with Michelle Paulson.  She dazzled me with her brilliance and her care for
> Wikimedia and Wikimedians around the globe.  Anytime that I needed someone
> to fight with me because a Wikimedian was in some way threatened, I never
> had to check - because I knew that Michelle was either there ahead of me,
> or right besides me.
>
> She is unwavering in her care for Wikimedians - she feels that calling very
> deeply.  Wikimedia owes much to her.
>
> But speaking personally, I've seen the toll that it took on her, and I've
> felt a touch of it myself.  Michelle - go take a good long break.  You've
> earned it.  Well done, my friend.  Well done.
>
> philippe
>
> On Wed, Apr 26, 2017 at 7:44 AM, Tomasz Ganicz <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
>
> > 2017-04-26 15:33 GMT+02:00 Katherine Maher <[hidden email]>:
> >
> > > Michelle
> >
> >
> > Michelle was one of my personally favourite employees of WMF with which I
> > had occasion to meet face to face - so I wish her great continuation of
> her
> > carrier somewhere else and be missing her.
> >
> > Hopefully, our new General Counsel will be even better.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > --
> > Tomek "Polimerek" Ganicz
> > http://pl.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Polimerek
> > http://www.ganicz.pl/poli/
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>
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Mz7 Wikipedia
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Indeed, it must be challenging to serve as general counsel for an organization as diverse as the Wikimedia Foundation. As far as I understand, the majority of the legal team's work is done “behind-the-scenes”. They make it their full-time job to respond to complicated and serious issues and defending the movement in an area that not many community members are able to fully observe. In this sense, I can imagine it to be quite thankless at times, one that requires a dedicated, passionate, and committed person to perform.

Thank you, Michelle Paulson, for being that person. Thank you so much for your service to the Wikimedia Foundation and to the Wikimedia community, and best of luck for the future.

And a warm welcome, Eileen Hershenov. Thank you for offering to serve in this role. We’re excited to work with you.

Mz7

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> On Apr 26, 2017, at 3:06 PM, Philippe Beaudette <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> For nearly a decade, I worked (sometimes closely, sometimes not as closely)
> with Michelle Paulson.  She dazzled me with her brilliance and her care for
> Wikimedia and Wikimedians around the globe.  Anytime that I needed someone
> to fight with me because a Wikimedian was in some way threatened, I never
> had to check - because I knew that Michelle was either there ahead of me,
> or right besides me.
>
> She is unwavering in her care for Wikimedians - she feels that calling very
> deeply.  Wikimedia owes much to her.
>
> But speaking personally, I've seen the toll that it took on her, and I've
> felt a touch of it myself.  Michelle - go take a good long break.  You've
> earned it.  Well done, my friend.  Well done.
>
> philippe
>
> On Wed, Apr 26, 2017 at 7:44 AM, Tomasz Ganicz <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> 2017-04-26 15:33 GMT+02:00 Katherine Maher <[hidden email]>:
>>
>>> Michelle
>>
>>
>> Michelle was one of my personally favourite employees of WMF with which I
>> had occasion to meet face to face - so I wish her great continuation of her
>> carrier somewhere else and be missing her.
>>
>> Hopefully, our new General Counsel will be even better.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> Tomek "Polimerek" Ganicz
>> http://pl.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Polimerek
>> http://www.ganicz.pl/poli/
>> _______________________________________________
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>> wiki/Wikimedia-l
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>
>
>
> --
>
>
> Philippe Beaudette
>
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metasj
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Welcome Eileen, I wish you every success.
And tremendous love and thanks to Michelle, for all of your help and
inspiration.    -Sam

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> 2017-04-26 15:33 GMT+02:00 Katherine Maher <[hidden email]>:
>
> > Michelle
>
>
> Michelle was one of my personally favourite employees of WMF with which I
> had occasion to meet face to face - so I wish her great continuation of her
> carrier somewhere else and be missing her.
>
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