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Eugene Finke, PhD. - Founding Member, Former EPISD School Board, El Paso TX  Lead Faculty and Chair, Arts and Sciences, University of Phoenix, Santa Teresa, NM

Chuck Liebow - Supporter, Southwest Harbor, Maine: LTSP Development Team, Linux Administrator - Union 92 & Ellsworth Schools - Multiple OS Integration & Sambaldap

Jorge Plasencia - Founding Member, EBay Support - El Paso TX

Robert Rocha - Founding Member  - Technical Site Coordinator El Paso ISD TX

  Brian Grenier - Founding Member - Technical Site Coordinator El Paso ISD TX,
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Marilyn Hagle - Supporter - Blooming Grove, TX: Music Teacher, Linux & Technology advocate, Musix CD proponent, Edubuntu user.

Steve Hargadon - Founding Member, K-12 educational technologies: collaborative web technologies, free and open source software, e-learning, and School 2.0

Dr. Brian Giza - Founding Member - Assistant Professor Science and Technology Education, The University of Texas at El Paso - Education Technologies

Miguel Guhlin  - Founding Member - Director of Instructional Technology Services, San Antonio ISD, TX, popular speaker, presenter and blogger (Around the Corner) and strong Web2 technology advocate -
Dr. Barbara Shaw -Founding Member- BS and MS in Education from Northern State University (South Dakota), Ed.D. in Educational Leadership (University of Texas El Paso.)- She teaches educational technology courses at UTEP and is the Recruitment Coordinator for UTEP's Project STEP UP.

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  Being a Founding Member of TOSS Foundation requires an invitation by a Board member, and is generally done in recognition to a career as a strong technology advocate and community activist, or a proven desire to be one. Founding Members join free of charge and have no service requirements, as their regular work benefits many. Promotion of the Foundation in their Blogs, Wikis or Web Pages is not required, although it is welcomed. TOSS Foundation, by its very nature, is an organization that supports a GPL Open Source philosophy, and encourages all users to adopt the Creative Commons policies and procedures when sharing work. The Foundation's dealings with the public, educators, students and the extended academic community strive to be not only open and transparent, but also supportive and pedagogical in nature. As part of TOSS, members help willingly and make sure information is given  out freely, accuratelly and enthusiastically.