Brennan is finishing her B.A. studies of Information
Technology and Informatics, at Rutgers University,
School of Communication, Information and Library
Sciences (SCILS) in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
She has focused her study on topics including:
Information Visualization, Social Informatics
and Web Development. She is currently interning
for the IEEE-ISTO, in a position in which she
provides Technical and Communicational support
for the VoiceXML Forum, the VoiceXML Review and
the VoiceXML Forum Education Committee.
Engelsma wrote his first voice-enabled application
in 1995 when he
worked in Motorola's Intelligent Network organization.
He currently works at
Motorola on Motorola's VoiceXML interpreter. Dr.
Engelsma also serves as
Editor-in-Chief for the VoiceXML Review e-zine
and chairs the VoiceXML
Forum's Education Committee. He earned his M.S.
and Ph.D. degrees in
Computer Science at Michigan State University.
Motorola is a founding member
(Sponsor) of the VoiceXML Forum.
Marchand is Director of Products and Services
Development for VoiceGenie Technologies Inc. Rob
has been with VoiceGenie Technologies since 1999,
and has worked in advanced computing and telecommunications
since 1985. At VoiceGenie, Rob is responsible
for the VoiceGenie Developer Workshop (http://developer.voicegenie.com),
and new products and services development. Rob
is a member of the VoiceXML Education Committee,
and of USENIX and SAGE, and a regular contributor
to SANS. VoiceGenie is a Promoter Member of the
to the top
Oshry is a regular columnist for the Speak &
Listen column in the VoiceXML Review. Matt is
currently the Content Manager at Tellme Networks.
Previously, Matt spent seven years at Microsoft
writing technical documentation.