CSA has a new member of its Board of Directors. Samuel H. Francis joined the board in July, 1997, and we are delighted to welcome him.
Mr. Francis is a physicist who received his Ph. D. from Harvard, and he has worked at Bell Laboratories for 27 years, initially when Bell Labs was a part of AT&T and more recently when it became a branch of Lucent Technologies. Mr. Francis is currently a Vice President at Bell Laboratories, responsible for all R&D for Lucent Technologies' Government Business Unit.
Mr. Francis and his wife Roberta (Bobbie) met CSA Director Harrison Eiteljorg, II, on an AIA cruise to the Eastern Mediterranean in 1995. He has, since that time, become increasingly more interested in the work of CSA and the Archaeological Data Archive Project, even coming to the CSA office to use (and help critique) the AutoCAD tutorial. Invited to attend the July Board meeting, Mr. Francis' interest and participation made the decision to invite him to join the CSA Board an easy one. The members of the Board are very pleased that he accepted that invitation and will add his skills and experience to CSA and the Archaeological Data Archive Project.
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