The TODO EU chapter was formed by TODO Members based in Europe. This chapter was created with the aim of working together to improve OSPO adoption and education within Europe and discuss with the broader community the challenges European organizations face when implementing an open source program.
TODO EU Chapter Members organize public monthly sync meetings open to everyone. Learn more about the TODO EU Chapter at: https://todogroup.org/community/#todo-chapters
OSPO Program Manager
Head of Open Source Program Office
Ana is the OSPO Program Manager at the TODO Group, an open source Linux Foundation project and an open group of organizations who want to collaborate on best practices, tools, and other ways to run successful and effective Open Source Projects and Programs. Formerly she worked at Bitergia, a Software Development Analytics firm, and she has recently finished her MSc in Data Science, whose final thesis focused on measuring DevRel’s success within Open Source development communities.
Ana is really interested in Open Source, InnerSource, and community metrics. She has been a speaker at some international conferences such as GitHub Universe, FOSSBackstage Berlin, Open Compliance Summit Japan, DevRelCon Tokyo, OpenInfraDays, DevRelCon London, ISC Summit or OSSummit (Japan, Europe, and NA).
During her spare time, you can find Ana practicing yoga or illustrating.
As Head of Open Source Program Office with a background in various software technologies, I work with my core and extended teams to improve using and contributing to Open Source projects and to build open source communities.
I am also an active open source contributor for many years. I have been contributing to the SPDX specification for software bill of materials for several years, helping to make it better match what developers find in code. I work on open-sourced review tooling solutions within the OSS Review Toolkit project, and also build wider open source communities as one of the co-founders of the European Chapter of the TODO group and the (OpenChain) Open Source Reference Tooling Group.
I’m a frequent speaker and panelist at various global open source conferences and am always happy to start a conversation around anything open source. I’ve held a variety of technical leadership roles over the past 15 years, and have worked in Netherlands, UK and Germany.