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Global Projects and Tools Committee - Application 6

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Applicant's Name Keith Turpin
Current and past OWASP Roles OWASP Secure Coding Practices Project Leader
Committee Applying for Global Projects and Tools Committee

Please be aware that for an application to be considered by the board, you MUST have 5 recommendations. An incomplete application will not be considered for vote.

Who Recommends/Name Role in OWASP Recommendation Content
1 Nishi Kumar OWASP Global Education Committee an OWASP CBT Project Lead Keith is very talented and has extensive experience in application security field. His leadership in security assessment is commendable. His vast international experience and organizational skill will be extremely valuable for this committee. He would be ideal for OWASP Projects committee. I whole heartedly recommend Keith for this committee.
2 Mark Bristow Global Conferences Committee Chair, AppSec DC Organizer, OWASP DC Chapter Lead Keith is an energetic and motivated individual with OWASP project experience and a demonstrated ability to lead. He will make an excellent addition to the projects team.
3 Jim Manico Connections Committee Chair Keith is a smart, professional solid OWASP contributor!
4 Dan Cornell Membership Committee Chair Keith is a solid OWASP contributor. His Secure Coding Quick References is a great example of a practical, valuable project.
5 Greg Genung OWASP Austin Leadership & LASCON Board Member

Keith's time spent supporting the OWASP mission has produced high-quality results. Regarding his goals in volunteering for OWASP, he has clear desires and passions for developing established frameworks from OWASP development that maps to a structured & systematic approach to managing risk - by using OWASP project data and documents - and he would like to volunteer his time, efforts, and passion for OWASP.