The Leadership Council (LC) is the elected voice of the EarthCube Community, setting the strategic direction for EarthCube and making decisions critical to the success of EarthCube.
Science & Engagement Team
The Science and Engagement Team (SET) is charged with maintaining a connection between the academic geoscience and technology communities in EarthCube, facilitating engagement among the EarthCube community and individual geoscientists and linking the activities of the wider-EarthCube effort to relevant organizations and initiatives.
Monthly Virtual Meeting time: First Tuesday of month at 1 PM Pacific time
Technology & Architecture Committee
Technology and Architecture Committee (TAC) is charged to oversee the technology and architecture development of EarthCube to assure that EarthCube infrastructure is community-driven, supports standards for interoperability, and incorporates advanced technologies to become a commonly used capability that supports scientists on their research efforts.
Monthly Virtual Meeting time: First Monday of month at 11 AM Pacific time
Council of Funded Projects
The Council of Funded Projects (CFP) is a new working group (est. Oct. 2019) that serves as a base for active EarthCube projects. It functions to provide a forum for projects to interact, discover and help meet common project needs, and to help guide EarthCube's practical focus.
Monthly Virtual Meeting time: First Thursday of month 9:30 AM Pacific time
The Nominations Committee does not select leaders, but helps identify and evaluate candidates for elected office. The mission of the Nominations Committee is to assure a fair, inclusive, and expeditious process for identifying candidates for all EarthCube’s elected offices.