Kathy Ahn is the organization's webmaster. Before EFF, she worked as a web developer for companies such as Business 2.0, Covalent Technologies, and GeoCities, where she was employee #11. She attended computer science courses at the University of San Francisco and has a B.A. in English from University of Southern California.
Chris Palmer is the EFF system administrator. Prior to EFF, he worked as a systems administrator and software programmer for ISPs and web application development shops in Minneapolis and San Francisco. He holds a BA degree in Linguistics from the University of Minnesota.
Donna Wentworth is EFF's Web Writer/Activist and has a special interest in the impact of intellectual property law upon civil liberties online. She writes text for the EFF website and edits the EFFector newsletter, which goes out to over 47,000 people every week. Before joining EFF, Donna spent six years at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, where she was editor of "The Filter," the Berkman Center's highly regarded electronic newsletter tracking developments in Internet law and policy. Donna created and writes Copyfight: The Politics of IP [ http://www.copyfight.org/ ], a weblog exploring intellectual property politics and issues. Wentworth graduated with a bachelor's degree in English from Colby College and later completed coursework in English Literature and Critical Theory at Georgetown University.