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MAILING ADDRESS
The Reacting Consortium, Barnard College
3009 Broadway
New York, NY 10027

GENERAL INQUIRIES
Reacting@barnard.edu

EVENT INQUIRIES
jworth@barnard.edu

MEMBERSHIP INQUIRIES
mprovo@barnard.edu

     

THE TEAM

Nicolas Proctor
Executive Director

Contact with questions about: Anything Else

nick.proctor@simpson.edu


Mark C. Carnes
Emeritus Director

Contact with questions about: Grants

mcarnes@barnard.edu


Jennifer Worth
Administrative Director

Contact with questions about: Event Planning, Billing, Scheduling

jworth@barnard.edu


Maddie Provo
Membership & Outreach Manager

Contact with questions about: Membership

mprovo@barnard.edu


Kelly McFall
Editorial Board Chair

Contact with questions about: Game Development

mcfallk@newmanu.edu


Beth Wightman
Newsletter Editor in Chief


Michaele Ferguson
Reacting Special Envoy


Noah Trujillo
Digital Resources Manager

Contact with questions about: Game Files and Website Management

noahtrujillo77@gmail.com


Jace Weaver
Publications Liaison

Contact with questions about: Publications and Copyright

jweaver@uga.edu


Hadassah Umbarger
Student Employee
Lauren Unterberger
Student Employee


THE REACTING BOARD

The Reacting Consortium Board is comprised of affiliated faculty and administrators with experience in game or course development. Each new board member is elected to a three-year term by a majority vote of the current board. The members of the board will hold three-year staggered appointments and may be re-elected once for a total of two terms. A member who has achieved the term limit must wait at least two years before being eligible for nomination to the board again.

Each board member is expected to attend the board meeting at the Annual Institute at Barnard College (early June aside from global pandemic years), as well as to participate in both quarterly virtual board and committee conference calls throughout the year.

THE REACTING BOARD CHARTER

The Reacting Consortium Board is guided by the Reacting Consortium Charter of Governance which outlines the mission and purpose of the Consortium as well as the Consortium's important institutional information.

Reacting Consortium Charter (As of October, 2023)


REACTING BOARD MEMBERS

Serving over the 2023-2024 term

Ben Alpers
Governance Committee
University of Oklahoma


Elizabeth Denham

Inclusion Committee
Houston Community College

Jonathan Earle
Membership Committee Chair
Louisiana State University

Ethan Besser Fredrick
Governance Committee Chair

University of Minnesota


Gretchen Galbraith

Chair of Board and Executive Committee
Saint Michael's College


John Giebfried

Finance Committee
University of Vienna

Kelly McFall 
Chair of the Reacting Editorial Board
Newman University

Haley Price

Technology Liaison, Student Representative

Brown University


Verdis Robinson
Chair of the Inclusion Committee
Campus Compact 

Judith Shapiro 
Senior Advisor
 
The Teagle Foundation and Barnard College (emerita)

Jace Weaver
Publications Liaison

Allie Tubbs 
Alumni Representative, Inclusion Committe
 

Allen White 
Membership Committee
 
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Beth Wightman
Vice Chair of Board and Executive Committee
California State University - Northridge 




COMMITTEES

Our committees are comprised of both Reacting Consortium Board members and non-board members of our community. In addition to the committees listed below, we regularly have ad hoc and temporary task forces to address issues and challenges. If you are interested in serving on a committee, please contact us for more information.

  • Executive Committee 
  • Membership & Outreach Committee
  • Governance & Nominations Committee
  • Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Publishing Committee
  • Reacting Editorial Board 


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