Corinne Price is a Senior Manager supporting Federal clients at ICF located in Fairfax, Virginia. Corinne previously worked with Northrop Grumman IT, KPMG LLP, and Accenture LLC supporting clients with IT project management, acquisition strategy, technical cost estimating, and portfolio management. Her current efforts focus on technology modernization strategy and implementation, in particular migrating from legacy systems to a cloud-based offering.
She is a Certified Technology Business Management (TBM) Executive, a Certified Cost Estimator/Analyst (CCEA), a Project Management Professional (PMP), and has obtained her ITIL Foundations certificate. She received her Masters of Engineering in Biological Engineering and her B.S. in Biological Engineering with a Biomedical Engineering minor from Cornell University. Corinne supported the SIGGRAPH Student Volunteer Program as a Student Volunteer and Team Leader from 2002 to 2008. She then joined the ACM SIGGRAPH SCOOP team and the ACM SIGGRAPH Communications team, helping to produce content for the official SIGGRAPH YouTube channel and manage SIGGRAPH’s online social media channels. Since 2014, Corinne has served as Chair of the ACM SIGGRAPH Student Services (S3) Committee. In 2019, Corinne will also be serving as the Student Volunteer Chair for the SIGGRAPH Conference in Los Angeles.
Born in Bangkok, Thailand, Marisa Ginger Tontaveetong is an animator currently located in Atlanta, Georgia. She is also the programming director of ASIFA-Atlanta, Atlanta Film Festival’s Filmmaker-in-Residence, with a special passion for stop motion animation. Having worked in the graphics and web design for 10 years working on projects for Unilever and various other companies worldwide, she is currently graduating from Savannah College of Art and Design-Atlanta with an MFA in animation. Her experience in animation includes co-directing 2D animated short STARLIGHT, recipient of the Atlanta Film Festival Oscar-Eligible Jury’s choice award 2015, shortlisted for the Georgia Film Critic Association Oglethorpe Award, Adobe Semifinalist 2014, which has screened at various festivals around the world such as Pictoplasma in Berlin. She has also interned at Floyd County Productions at the illustration department for the Emmy-award winning animated series ARCHER and Primal Screen on Nicktoon spot opening. In her free time, she runs a blog with external resources for animators on networking, film festival, and law called theneedyanimator.com, which has gathered over 200,000 hits since its birth in September 2014.
While volunteering with SIGGRAPH Student Services, I also work full time as a Digital Media Designer at Gannett with past experience as a freelance animator and digital imaging specialist. My first SIGGRAPH was in 2008 where I joined the ranks of the Student Volunteers and have been back every year since. For me, SIGGRAPH has come to feel like a big family reunion that also doubles as a chance for everyone to nerd-out with cutting-edge tech and research within computer graphics.
SIGGRAPH Asia Coordinator
Born and raised in California Benny Garcia received a BA in Art with a focus in Animation from California State University, Los Angeles. Although his studies where tailored more towards animation, it was here that his interest in modeling began. After graduation Benny enrolled in the Gnomon School Of Visual Effects Certificate Program. He is currently focusing on Modeling and Texturing for both games and film as a freelance artist.
His first SIGGRAPH was back in 2003 San Diego. He began volunteering in 2004 with the Student Volunteer Program. Over the years he has been an active volunteer and is now volunteering at the Committee Level. He has also been a Student Volunteer and Subcommittee Member for the SIGGRAPH Asia Student Volunteer Program.
Michael Collins in an Assistant Professor at the School of Visual Arts in the College of Arts and Architecture at Penn State University, where he received his M.F.A. in New Media Art. He has been teaching 3D animation and design since 2011 and has been innovating online learning technology for almost a decade. His work spans a variety of disciplines including digital fabrication, 3D animation, and open-source software design. Michael first attened SIGGRAPH in 2006 as a Student Volunteer and has since served on a variety of conference sub-committees.
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