Infra-458 Added more new candidates

Signed-off-by: Zhou Fang <zhou.fang@eclipse-foundation.org>

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+<!-- id is the same as the file name without the extension
+     type is one of "committer" or "add-in-provider" -->
+<boardmember id="goodchild" type="add-in-provider">
+
+	<name>Mark Goodchild</name>
+
+	<title>Senior Manager, Renesas Electronics</title>
+
+	<!-- Name of the file containing the image of the candidate; location relative to this file.  -->
+	<image>goodchild.jpg</image>
+
+	<!-- eMail address will be modified before it is included on a webpage so that robots will not harvest it. -->
+	<email>mark.goodchild@renesas.com</email>
+
+	<phone>+44 7825451175</phone>
+
+	<!-- How do we contact you? e.g. postal address -->
+	<contact>Mark Goodchild, Beech House, Blakes Road, Wargrave, Berks, RG10 8LA, UK</contact>
+
+	<!-- What do you do with eclipse? -->
+	<eclipse_affiliation> <![CDATA[
+	Renesas Electronics are a Contributing Member of the Eclipse Foundation<br>
+	Strategic Member Representative for the Eclipse IDE Working Group<br>
+	Participant Member Representative for the Eclipse Cloud Tools Working Group - Embedded Tools Special Interest Group
+	]]>
+</eclipse_affiliation>
+
+	<!-- Feel free to include html tags and what-not between the CDATA tags. -->
+	<vision> <![CDATA[
+	<p>At Renesas we use the Eclipse platform and the C/C++ Development Toolkit for our embedded software IDE named <a href="https://www.renesas.com/us/en/software-tool/e-studio" target="_blank">e2 studio</a>. As a company we are very much reliant on the projects and technology that are being developed within the Eclipse projects.</p>
+	<p>The Eclipse platform provides us with a superb starting point for our product and looking forward, we want to contribute to the community to maintain and improve this into the future. Joining the Eclipse board would allow me to contribute from a commercial product perspective and ensure I can represent the many companies using Eclipse and the C/C++ Development Toolkit in this way.</p>
+	
+	<p>I am also a current strategic member representative on the Eclipse IDE Working Group. Participating in this working group has shown me that there is a willing desire to improve the platform now and in the future. Personally, I find this initiative exciting and rewarding and I hope we can see the results of this within the platform and other associated projects. With this in mind I hope joining the Eclipse board would enable me to push forwards the great work of the Eclipse IDE Working group and improve visibility of our efforts in this area.</p>
+	
+	<p>As a consumer of the platform building a commercial product, I would like to focus on these goals:</p>
+<ul>
+<li>Ensure the future of the Eclipse IDE is solid and viable - both from a platform and infrastructure viewpoint</li>
+<li>Focus on Eclipse user experience - improve the UI and performance of the platform. Enable the Eclipse IDE to compete with other platforms in this space</li>
+<li>Help expand the contributing user base to ensure long term success (stimulate the community to create new members and investments)</li>
+</ul>
+		
+	<p>In addition, Renesas also have a long term interest in the Cloud Tools area. We already have requirements in this area and we will look to be a long term partner to these projects. The Eclipse projects are fundamental to our current and future Renesas engineering projects and joining the Eclipse Board is a natural next step to help us achieve our goals.</p>
+	
+	<p>Finally, Renesas as a company have many different projects focusing on a wide spectrum of domains and technologies, such as IOT, Automotive Computer Vision, A.I, RTOS, etc. I hope the experience, knowledge and expertise we can bring from Renesas can be utilized in many Eclipse projects.</p>
+		]]>
+	</vision>
+
+	<!-- Tell us a little bit about yourself. -->
+	<bio> <![CDATA[
+	<p>My background is as a Software Engineer specialising in the design and development of Embedded Software Tools. I work for Renesas Electronics and I am based in the UK branch located in Bourne End, Buckinghamshire.</p>
+	<p>Who are <a href="https://www.renesas.com/us/en" target="_blank">Renesas Electronics</a>? Renesas Electronics Corporation are a global leader in microcontrollers, analog, power, and SoC products. Renesas provides comprehensive solutions for a broad range of automotive, industrial, home electronics, office automation, and information communication technology applications.</p>
+	
+	<p>I am a Senior Manager within the Software Development Division - Tools Development team. This is located within the IOT and Infrastucture Business Unit. I have over 25 years experience in Embedded Software Tools development specialising in build, code configuration and generation and debugging solutions. Of particular achievement in that time was the migration from the proprietary Renesas IDE development to our current e2 studio product built on the Eclipse platform. :-) I am also proud to be a leader of change within the company and successfully adopted agile software methodologies and improved software development tooling for our developers globally.</p>
+	
+	<p>Other Contributions</p>
+<ul>
+<li>Brought Renesas as a sponsor to EclipseCon Europe in 2017 and 2018. We hope to be back soon!</li>
+<li>Presented at EclipseCon 2017 - The Importance of Open Source Tooling for ADAS and Automated Driving</li>
+<li>Particpated in the CDT Embedded Tools Summits and Eclipse IDE Working Group presentations</li>
+</ul>
+	]]> </bio>
+
+	<!-- Who do you work for? -->
+	<affiliation>Renesas Electronics Europe Gmbh.</affiliation>
+
+</boardmember>
diff --git a/elections/2022/jiang.xml b/elections/2022/jiang.xml
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 	<!-- Tell us a little bit about yourself. -->
 	<bio>
     <![CDATA[ 
-<p>Emily has been an active committer for the Eclipse Foundation since 2017. As one of the top committers in <a href="https://projects.eclipse.org/content/emily-jiang-committer-eclipse-microprofile" target="_blank">MicroProfile</a>, Emily contributed significantly towards MicroProfile releases and success. Emily is also a committer for Jakarta Contexts and Dependency Injection and Interceptors and contributed in the future features, and she is now helping out the Jakarta EE 10 release. Emily is a co-lead for Jakarta Config, which is to move MicroProfile Config to Jakarta so that other Jakarta specifications can benefit from the configuration feature.</p>
+<p>Emily is a Java Champion and has been an active committer for the Eclipse Foundation since 2017. As one of the top committers in <a href="https://projects.eclipse.org/content/emily-jiang-committer-eclipse-microprofile" target="_blank">MicroProfile</a>, Emily contributed significantly towards MicroProfile releases and success. Emily is also a committer for Jakarta Contexts and Dependency Injection and Interceptors and contributed in the future features, and she is now helping out the Jakarta EE 10 release. Emily is a co-lead for Jakarta Config, which is to move MicroProfile Config to Jakarta so that other Jakarta specifications can benefit from the configuration feature.</p>
 
 
 <p>Emily was appointed to the Architecture Council in 2018. She has been actively involved in the policy update and provided bi-directional feedback between the Eclipse Foundation and Communities. One of her contributions was to work with the Eclipse Foundation to remove the heavy review process for service releases and get the Specification Process updated, which was greatly appreciated by the projects. She is also a mentor for the project Eclipse Temurin and LSP4MP to help explain policies and releases etc. Emily's profile can be accessed <a href="https://accounts.eclipse.org/users/ejiang" target="_blank">here</a>.</p> 
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+<!-- id is the same as the file name without the extension
+     type is one of "committer" or "add-in-provider" -->
+<boardmember id="lambert" type="committer">
+
+	<name>Shelley Lambert</name>
+
+	<title>Technical Lead</title>
+
+	<!-- Name of the file containing the image of the candidate; location relative to this file.  -->
+	<image>lambert.jpg</image>
+
+	<!-- eMail address will be modified before it is included on a webpage so that robots will not harvest it. -->
+	<email>slambert@gmail.com</email>
+
+	<phone>1 613 266-8071</phone>
+
+	<!-- How do we contact you? e.g. postal address -->
+	<contact>1339 Avenue R, Ottawa, ON, Canada, K1G 0C1</contact>
+
+	<!-- What do you do with eclipse? -->
+	<eclipse_affiliation> <![CDATA[	
+	<p>	
+		Steering Committee member of Eclipse Adoptium Working Group<br>
+		PMC member at Eclipse Adoptium<br>
+		Project Lead at Eclipse AQAvit<br>
+		Project Lead at Eclipse Temurin<br>
+		Project Lead at Eclipse Temurin-compliance<br>
+		Committer at Eclipse Adoptium Incubator<br>
+		Committer at Eclipse OpenJ9
+	</p>	
+	]]> </eclipse_affiliation>
+
+	<!-- Feel free to include html tags and what-not between the CDATA tags. -->
+	<vision>
+Committers and projects succeed by identifying and removing friction. We create easier paths to deliver content, to collaborate with others, to bring new contributors to our projects and to build community. As a committer representative, it would be my responsibility and honour to provide a concise and candid voice that communicates the needs of committers and create frictionless routes to success. I have been involved in Eclipse projects over the last 5 years, bringing fresh eyes and perspective to see areas that can be improved upon together. My vision is to engage, motivate, support and empower others to accomplish great things by removing barriers and communicating the very real needs of committers and their projects.
+	</vision>
+
+	<!-- Tell us a little bit about yourself. -->
+	<bio>Shelley is a software engineer at Red Hat. She is deeply committed to create environments where everyone has opportunities to learn and grow. A great deal of her time is spent ensuring that the projects she is responsible for are flourishing, which includes actively engaging new and first-time open source contributors.  
+	</bio>
+
+	<!-- Who do you work for? -->
+	<affiliation>Red Hat</affiliation>
+
+</boardmember>
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+<!-- id is the same as the file name without the extension
+     type is one of "committer" or "add-in-provider" -->
+     
+<boardmember id="merks" type="committer">
+
+	<name>Ed Merks</name>
+
+	<title>Director, macromodeling GmbH</title>
+
+	<image>merks.jpg</image>
+
+	<email>Ed.Merks@gmail.com</email>
+	
+	<phone>+41 78 400 26 49</phone>
+
+	<eclipse_affiliation> <![CDATA[	
+	<p>	
+		Eclipse Modeling Project Lead<br>
+		Eclipse Modeling Framework Project Lead<br>
+		XML Schema Definition Project Lead<br>
+		JustJ Project Lead<br>
+		Oomph Project Committer<br>
+		Platform Project Committer
+	</p>	
+	]]> </eclipse_affiliation>
+	
+	<vision>  <![CDATA[
+	
+<p>
+What is Eclipse?
+That was an easy question to answer back in the early days: 
+Eclipse is a highly-extensible, desktop IDE framework implemented in Java using native widgets.
+Clearly Eclipse has evolved and diversified.
+The Eclipse Foundation was formed to manage this technology, but it too has evolved and diversified dramatically and continues to do so.
+Now the answer to this simple question is far from clear.
+Is it a Foundation, a Project, a Community, or a Java IDE, Europe's largest open source organization?
+It is of course all those things, but not merely these things.
+For me personally, Eclipse is the world's biggest and best open-source Modeling community.
+But in the end, for each of us committers, Eclipse is something quite different, 
+and we each personally help to make Eclipse what we collectively want it to be and to become.
+</p>
+
+<p>
+This election is about how you as a committer are represented on the Eclipse Foundation's Board of Directors.
+The board is relatively small, so each and every representative has significant influence.
+As your committer representative on the board, I will employ my fifteen years of experience to promote the interests of committers,
+and to help the Eclipse Foundation evolve into something even greater.
+The Eclipse Foundation needs to continue its growth beyond its early role as the manager of the Eclipse Project, 
+while not losing sight of this core technology.
+My role is not only to represent committers, but to ensure the Eclipse Foundation's success, growth, and long-term viability.
+I will strive to be a visible and approachable technical representative, who navigates the political landscape on your behalf.
+I feel I've demonstrated this with my long track record as your representative on the board.
+My background as a Canadian immigrant, born in the Netherlands, living in Berlin and now in Switzerland and having learned Deutsch, 
+leading Eclipse's Modeling Project,
+sensitizes me to the fact that great communities span cultural, technical, national, and linguistic boundaries.
+I am particularly proud to have worked with the board on the formation of an Eclipse IDE Working Group to help ensure the 
+long term viability of Eclipse's flagship technology stack.
+</p>
+
+<p>
+Cliche as it may sound, I believe strongly that helping is its own reward.
+I answer questions daily on a broad range of forums, not just those for my own projects,
+I fix Bugzillas quickly for the users of my software,
+and I develop cool new features and improve performance whenever possible.
+I endeavor to contribute constructively on the mailing lists.
+I am particularly proud of the
+ <a href="http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Oomph_Installer" target="_blank">Oomph 
+ technology</a> Eike Stepper and I have developed to help ease the 
+ installation and configuration of development IDEs,
+ making Eclipse projects more welcoming for contributors.
+I am also proud of having worked with the board to enable the redistribution of Java Runtime Environments
+ as well of the creation of
+ <a href="https://www.eclipse.org/justj/" target="_blank">JustJ</a> to make JREs available as p2 installable units.
+I am deeply honored to have received Eclipse's 
+<a href="http://www.eclipse.org/org/press-release/20120326_awardwinners.php" 
+target="_blank">Lifetime Contribution Award</a> in 2012.
+I contribute actively to the platform, and have been a driving force in helping to improve the consistency and quality to the simultaneous release.
+I feel my track record as an Eclipse committer since 2002 is demonstrated with deeds not merely with words.
+I focus on being a positive influence and on balancing the drive to fix problems and to make improvements
+with recognition of the fact that real problems are difficult to solve and that what constitutes improvement is often highly subjective.
+</p>
+
+<p>
+I will continue to work hard to ensure that Eclipse's processes are the best they can be and are ever improving.
+I believe in minimal processes that focus on best practices and achievable, pragmatic results.
+For example, do we really need to list each contributor in each and every file to which they have contributed?
+No, this is tracked by Git commits.
+Can we increase the CQ threshold for contributions from 250 lines to 10,000? No, but we can increase it to 1000.
+Life is compromise.
+I can be counted upon as the person who will speak up diplomatically even when personal risk is involved.
+As your representative, I commit to working tirelessly to promote not only Eclipse itself but also the community that drives it.
+It has been an honor and a privilege to serve as your representative these past years.
+If reelected, you can count on the fact that Merks works for you.
+</p>
+
+]]> </vision>
+
+	<bio> <![CDATA[
+	<p>
+		Ed Merks founded his own small consulting company, 
+		<a href="http://www.macromodeling.com/" target="_blank">macromodeling</a>.
+		He is a coauthor of the authoritative book <a href="http://www.informit.com/store/product.aspx?isbn=9780321331885" 
+		target="_blank">EMF: Eclipse Modeling Framework</a> which is published as a second expanded edition. He has been 
+		an elected member of the <a href="http://www.eclipse.org/org/foundation/directors.php" target="_blank">Eclipse Foundation 
+		Board of Directors</a> for the past fifteen years and has been recognized by the Eclipse Community Awards as 
+		Top Newcomer Evangelist, Top Ambassador, and Top Committer, as well as for Lifetime Achievement. Ed 
+		is well known for his dedication to the 
+		Eclipse community since 2002, having posted more than 32,000 forum answers. He spent 16 years at IBM, 
+		achieving the level of Senior Technical Staff Member after completing his Ph.D. at 
+		Simon Fraser University. He is currently 
+		living in Switzerland and has learned to speak German. His 
+		experience in modeling technology spans more than thirty years.
+		</p>
+	]]> </bio>
+
+	<affiliation> <![CDATA[ 
+			<p>
+			<a href="http://www.macromodeling.com/" target="_blank">macromodeling</a>, Director
+			</p>
+	]]>
+	</affiliation>
+	
+		
+</boardmember>
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+<!-- id is the same as the file name without the extension
+     type is one of "committer" or "add-in-provider" -->
+<boardmember id="wagenknecht" type="add-in-provider">
+
+	<name>Gunnar Wagenknecht</name>
+	<title>Software Specialist, Salesforce</title>
+	<image>wagenknecht.jpg</image>
+	<email>gunnar@wagenknecht.org</email>
+
+	<!-- What do you do with eclipse? -->
+	<eclipse_affiliation><![CDATA[
+		Chair of the <a href="https://www.eclipse.org/org/foundation/council.php#architecture">Architecture Council</a><br/>
+		<a href="http://www.eclipse.org/technology/">Technology</a> PMC Lead<br/>
+		<a href="http://www.eclipse.org/rt/">RT</a> PMC member<br/>
+		<a href="http://planeteclipse.org/planet/">Planet Eclipse</a> Creator<br/>
+		Committer, contributor and mentor to many projects<br/>
+		Program Committee of numerous Eclipse conferences<br/>
+		<a href="http://planeteclipse.org/planet/">Lifetime Award</a> Winner 2015
+		]]>
+	</eclipse_affiliation>
+
+	<!-- Feel free to include html tags and what-not between the CDATA tags. -->
+	<vision>
+		<![CDATA[
+<p>
+The Eclipse Foundation is on a mission to become the number one leading open source software foundation in Europe! Establishing the base in Europe was a fantastic achievement and we can already see the benefits. Let's continue and build on this, starting a new area of growth with many, many new fantastic members, projects and working groups starting at the Eclipse Foundation!
+</p><p>
+As a contributing member representative, I will work to see the Eclipse Foundation continuing on its success story, building communities around open source projects, helping companies understand and execute in an open source context, providing solutions to any concern around commercial-friendly open source software development. One critical building block for these activities is solid funding. Therefore I'd like to see the Eclipse Foundation continuing its effort of exploring new topic areas, attracting projects and growing the list of sustaining members.
+</p><p>
+I am very proud of what we have achieved over the years. Moving the base to Europe was a huge step towards growth and opened the door to many, many new opportunities. We also enabled more flexibility in the IP policy and I'd like to continue with those improvements and push for reducing complexity where possible. The Eclipse Foundation tools around IP compliance, project management and business continuity must continue to evolve and enhance providing integration options for the top popular stacks as well as improving the user experience for member companies as well as projects. More automation and post analysis will help reduce the work for members and committers.
+</p><p>
+It was my pleasure serving on the board in the last year on your behalf, engaging with board members in discussions and working on priorities. As your representative, I will listen and represent your needs on the board. Please allow me to continue doing that!
+</p><p>
+Thank you!
+</p>
+		]]>
+	</vision>
+
+	<bio> <![CDATA[
+Technology enthusiast, missing travel and conferences, open source believer and dad. Addicted 2 DIY. More at <a href="http://guw.io/">guw.io</a>.
+	]]> </bio>
+
+	<affiliation> <![CDATA[
+	Salesforce
+	]]>
+	</affiliation>
+
+</boardmember>