The SALT steering committee

The steering committee was formed in 2017 to formalize relationships within the SALT committee to support the needs of SALT organizers from year to year. It is currently constituted by (i) members of the previous 3 years' organizing committees, and (ii) a number of (s)elected positions to support different aspects of local organizing.

In 2020, the steering committee instituted a democratic selection process for the first time. The Chair and LSA Liaison serving from 2020 were elected in this fashion.

You can email the SALT Steering Committee at saltsteering@gmail.com.


The current committee

  • Jessica Rett (SALT29; through 2022)
  • Dylan Bumford (SALT29; through 2022)
  • Sarah Murray (SALT30; through 2023)
  • Roman Feiman (SALT31; through 2024)
  • Scott Anderbois (SALT31; through 2024)
  • Polly Jacobson (SALT31; through 2024)
  • Ana Aguilar Guevara (SALT32; through 2025)
  • Robert Henderson (Chair; 2021-2022)
  • Jessica Rett (Diversity Coordinator; 2021-2022)
  • Rajesh Bhatt (LSA liason; 2020-2022)
  • Dylan Bumford (Technology coordinator; 2021-2022)
  • Mats Rooth (CLC rep; in perpetuity)

Past committee members

  • Kai von Fintel (SALT28; through 2021)
  • Danny Fox (SALT28; through 2021)
  • Alexander Williams (SALT27; through 2020)
  • Chris Potts (SALT25; through 2019)
  • Jessica Rett (Chair; 2020-2021)
  • Alexis Wellwood (Chair; 2019-2020)
  • David Beaver (Chair; 2018-2019)
  • Lucas Champollion (Chair; 2017-2018)
  • Ezra Keshet (Diversity coordinator; 2020-2021)
  • Jessica Rett (Diversity coordinator; 2019-2020)
  • Hadas Kotek (Diversity coordinator; 2017-2019)
  • Robert Henderson (Languages coordinator; 2020-2021)
  • Kristen Syrett (LSA liason; 2017-2020)
  • Simon Charlow (Technology coordinator; 2019-2021)
  • Alexis Wellwood (Technology coordinator; 2017-2019)

This website

This website was created in 2020 as an initiative of the SALT steering committee, and is intended to serve as a permanent home for all SALT information. This initiative coincided with the development of other resources, including a private repository for SALT organizers, hosting for future websites, and a template to use in creating those sites. This website and the template were adapted from the SALT29 site authored by Dylan Bumford.