Here is some extra research on some names that might be related. This is not dirt. The dirty people might be among this group or known to them.
The GLAM-Wiki US Consortium
is intended to coordinate with libraries and museums. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:GLAM/US/Consortium
* Merrilee Proffitt, OCLC (Online Computer Library Center, formerly Ohio College Library Center, maintainer of WorldCat). LinkedIn: https://archive.is/e9HnN
* Bob Kosovsky, New York Public Library. LinkedIn: https://archive.is/Q0eQ7
* Adrianne Russell, Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State. LinkedIn: https://archive.is/u4z9s
Twitter @adriannerussell: https://archive.is/L3ToU
Co-founder of Museums Respond to Ferguson. Retweets people supporting George Ciccariello-Maher who called for the genocide of all white people.
* Sara Snyder, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. LinkedIn: https://archive.is/Mu6gT
* Pam Wright, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). LinkedIn: https://archive.is/PnTaO
* Dylan Kinnett, Walters Art Museum. LinkedIn: https://archive.is/UQomr
Summer 2004 intern editor with Eastgate Systems, the company of Mark Bernstein.
* Lori Phillips - aka Lori Byrd Philips, Children's Museum of Indianapolis
* Phoebe Ayers - No relation to Bill; everybody asks. Author of "How Wikipedia Works." LinkedIn: https://archive.is/e6arB
* Andrew Lih - Wikimedia DC Cultural Outreach Committee. LinkedIn: https://archive.is/T344L
teacher at American University, board member Student Press Law Center, 2001 guest lecturer at National Committee on U.S.-China Relations.
* Dominic McDevitt-Parks - probably Dominic Byrd-McDevitt, member of Cultural Outreach Committee, also a NARA contact. Linkedin: https://archive.is/8qCcE
* Pete Forsyth - Wiki Strategies, a PR company.
* James Hare - Wikimedia DC President.
* Jake Orlowitz - WMF staff.
* Dorothy Howard - freelance writer, WikiConference USA 2014 Lead Conference Organizer, Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon Starting October 2013. LinkedIn: https://archive.is/25Hdb
* Alex Stinson - WMF staff, Wikipedia Library project manager.
* Max Klein - additional contact for OCLC.
* Jane Park - School of Open, Open Policy Institute, Creative Commons
* Peter Brantley & Brewster Kahle - Internet Archive
* Joris Pekel & Sam Leon - Open Knowledge Foundation, OpenGLAM
* Micah Walter - Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum,
* Karley Klopfenstein - American Folk Art Museum
Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon
Starting October 2013 https://archive.is/25Hdb
February 2014 ArtAndFeminism edit-a-thon at Eyebeam Art and Technology Center in New York City. Organizers:
* Siân Evans - Art Libraries Society of North America's Women and Art Special Interest Group. LinkedIn: https://archive.is/bJIm5
ARTStor, wrote ArtWatch for Forbes.
* Jacqueline Mabey - The office of failed projects, Bennington College.
* Michael Mandiberg - Profile: https://archive.is/8G1t6
CUNY professor of media culture. Recipient of residencies and commissions from Eyebeam, Rhizome.org, The Banff Centre, and Turbulence.org, his work has been exhibited at the New Museum, Ars Electronica, ZKM, and Transmediale.
* Laurel Ptak - Website: https://archive.is/5yo48
director and curator at Triangle Arts Association.
* Richard Knipel - President Wikimedia NYC, board member Wiki Education Foundation, Guggenheim Museum wikipedian in residence. Linkedin: https://archive.is/yuBab
Eyebeam and Buzzfeed share a cofounder. >>324818