Kelly Doyle

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Kelly Doyle is an Open Knowledge Coordinator at the Smithsonian Institution. She works to address the gender gap on Wikimedia projects as part of the Smithsonian's American Women's History Initiative (AWHI). She was formerly the Wikimedia Community Manager for mySociety, UK-based charity which focuses on providing online tools to increase democratic participation. For three years she served as the Wikipedian in Residence for Gender Equity at West Virginia University, where she led a pioneering effort to engage campus groups and institutions in increasing representation of women and gender issues on Wikipedia. She joined the Board in 2017.

Press coverage:

Smithsonian brings images of diverse figures from the history of US women’s suffrage to Wikimedia
Wikimedia Foundation, July 24, 2019

Building Collaboration between Wikipedia and West Virginia University Libraries
Digital Library Federation, February 5, 2018

Wikimedia Foundation awards grant to WVU Libraries
WVU Today, September 19, 2017

Women Who Are Changing the Tech World
West Virginia University Magazine, August 15, 2017

Creating A Model for Helping Women Thrive in Wikipedia
Women's Media Center, June 2, 2017