Munira is a Visual Effects Supervisor at DreamWorks Animation.
After graduating from UCLA with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and a Specialization in Computing, she began her career as a programmer in Visual Effects and Animation. Not only is Munira a technologist, she is also a passionate filmmaker and has been successful in merging both paths into a flourishing career, working on many projects such as “X-Men 2,” "Shrek Forever After," and "Trolls." Recently, on “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World," she served as the Digital Supervisor of Technology and was responsible for managing the adoption of cutting edge software and delivering transformative workflows across the production pipeline.
In addition to being a mother of two children, Munira is also a founding member of the DreamWorks TECHWomen group. She works tirelessly to achieve the goal of bringing networking opportunities, professional development, awareness, and outreach to promote women in the technology field.
Jilayne Lovejoy is a lawyer and community leader specializing in open source. She participates in various open source groups, leads the Software Package Data Exchange® (SPDX) legal team, and is the SPDX License List maintainer. Jilayne counsels at Canonical - the company behind Ubuntu, an open source software operating system that runs from the desktop, to the cloud, to all your internet-connected things. She also provides consulting services related to open source policy, strategy and other software licensing related issues.
Previously, Jilayne was also the principal open source counsel at Arm, where she drove improved processes related to open source, including forming and chairing the Arm Open Source Office, and was sole counsel at OpenLogic, a provider of open source software support, provisioning, and compliance solutions to enterprises.
In her spare time, you will find Jilayne riding her bike(s) in the mountains of Colorado or co-hosting the geeky podcast, FOSS+beer.