Governing Board Members
Andrea Frittoli (TOC Chair)
Andrea is the co-founder of the CDEvents project and a member of the Tekton project governance team.
Andrea Frittoli is a Developer Advocate at IBM and an open source enthusiast. He is the co-founder of the CDEvents project and a member of the Tekton project governance team. Before Tekton, he contributed to OpenStack for several years, focusing on testing and CI/CD, serving as the QA project technical lead for one year. He’s a strong advocate for transparency in open source. Apart from DevOps, he enjoys playing with machine learning, sometimes combining the two worlds. Andrea has previously been a speaker at several open source conferences, including cdCon, FOSSASIA, FOSDEM, FOSS Backstage, KubeCon, Open Source Summits and more.
Brad McCoy (Committer Representative)
Brad McCoy is a passionate CDF and CNCF Ambassador focusing on helping organizations accelerate innovation by adopting and contributing to open source.
Brad McCoy is a passionate CDF and CNCF Ambassador focusing on helping organizations accelerate innovation by adopting and contributing to open source. He contributes to a number of open-source projects and mentors folks starting their open-source journey.
Dadisi Sanyika (Board Chair)
Dadisi is a CI/CD leader within Apple, he leads the Apple Services Engineering Spinnaker Development Team.
Dadisi is a CI/CD leader within Apple, he leads the Apple Services Engineering Spinnaker Development Team. He has focused the past 9 years on improving the developer experience. He has a passion for building purpose-driven communities. His open source community work includes CDF Interoperability SIG, Spinnaker & CDF TOC. He has also served on CDF Program Committees and CDF Outreach Committee.
Gerard McMahon (General Member Representative)
Gerard McMahon is a VP of Architecture in Enterprise Cloud Computing (ECC) at Fidelity Investments.
Gerard McMahon is a VP of Architecture in Enterprise Cloud Computing (ECC) at Fidelity Investments and currently is the Head of ALM Tools and Platforms, whose mission is to provide an open and flexible Software Delivery Platform to accelerate and increase the velocity of business value delivery with confidence at scale.
Ger is a strong advocate of Software Delivery Excellence and incorporating the principles of agility into engineering and operational excellence, for building high performing teams and enabling a DevOps culture. He is passionate about enabling the connection and collaboration of tools and services across the Software Delivery ecosystem for breaking down silo’s and creating data driven insights to drive innovation, learning and improvement.
Ger is also a co-chair of Fidelity’s DevOps Councils whose mission is to define and drive DevOps and its adoption across Fidelity, in a uniform and consistent manner to improve efficiency, agility, quality, and security – while simplifying compliance.
Ger is an experienced technology leader with a passion for cloud, technology leadership and delivery excellence. He has a proven record of building and enabling high performing teams with a strong emphasis on cultivating a team learning culture. He is an innovative thinker who can leverage and adapt new emerging architectural technologies and patterns to build scalable, reliable and resilient solutions.
Lori Lorusso (Outreach Committee Chair)
Outreach Committee Chair CDF
Lori has a passion and enthusiasm for working with the developer community and has traveled across the globe speaking at and attending conferences and community events advocating on behalf of developers. Lori was 2023 Marketing Chair of the CNCF, Chair of the CDF Outreach Marketing Committee, program chair of cdCon 2023, and is active in the OpenSSF outreach committee. She was a co-organizer of VJUG and frequently volunteers to support other JUGs at virtual and in-person events. She co-hosts the CD Pipeline on behalf of the CDF with TechstrongTV. She is committed to helping open source and other tech communities grow and adapt in our ever-changing environment.
CloudBees (Committer Representative & Treasurer)
Mark is a manager at CloudBees and has been an active Jenkins Contributor for many years.
Mark is a member of the Jenkins governing board, a Jenkins core maintainer, a member of the Jenkins infrastructure team, a member of the Jenkins release team, and a maintainer of Jenkins plugins, including the git plugin and many others. He’s served in the past as Jenkins documentation officer and is one of the co-authors of the “Improve a plugin” tutorial with its accompanying video series.
Mark has been an active Jenkins contributor for many years. His first contributions were in community discussions and mailing lists. Those early contributions grew into code contributions, then project leadership roles.
Ole Lensmar (General Member Representative)
CTO at Testkube as well as Kubeshop.
I have been in open-source tech since the mid-90:ies and am currently CTO at Testkube as well as Kubeshop, a startup accelerator building open-source projects in the cloud-native space. I was co-founder and chairman of the OpenAPI Initiative (another LF workgroup project) for 4 years and have been a key driver of several open-source projects in the API/testing space over the last 15 years, most notably Swagger and SoapUI. I greatly believe in the value of interoperability provided by CDEvents to the CI/CD community, and would like to help advocate for CDEvents in general and Testing-related events/activities in particular.
Sacha Labourey is Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer at CloudBees.
Sacha Labourey is Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer at CloudBees, the enterprise software delivery company. Sacha has been an active leader in open source software for twenty years. He was a core contributor to Marc Fleury’s JBoss project, implementing its original clustering features. When JBoss became a business, he founded JBoss’ European headquarters in 2003 and served as GM for Europe and then CTO. Red Hat acquired JBoss in 2006, making Sacha GM of their middleware division.
Sacha established the CloudBees work-anywhere approach from the start, a decade before most companies were forced to make the leap. He works from Neuchâtel, Switzerland where he lives with his wife, daughter, and two cats. It was from Neuchâtel that he co-founded CloudBees with François Déchery in 2010.