K.D. Joshi, Editor-in-Chief, is a Professor of Information Systems in the College of Business at the University of Nevada, Reno. Earlier she was the Philip L. Kays Distinguished Professor of Information Systems and Chair of the Department of Management, Information Systems and Entrepreneurship at Washington State University. She received her Master of Science in Engineering from the University of Michigan and received her Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration (Decision Sciences and Information Systems) from the University of Kentucky. Her published research is cited over 6,900 times (an h-index of 30). She has been a Principal Investigator or Co-Principal Investigator on grants totaling over $5M from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Her research has appeared in journals such as the Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Journal of the AIS, Information Systems Journal, Decision Support Systems, IEEE Transactions of Engineering Management, and Communications of the ACM. In the past, she has served as a Senior Editor of the Information Systems Journal, Special Section Editor of Social Inclusion and IS at the Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, Associate Editor of the Communications of the AIS, and Associate Editor of the Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce. She currently serves on the Editorial Board of the Information Systems Journal and Editorial Review Board of the Journal of the AIS.
Xuefei (Nancy) Deng, Co-Editor-in-Chief, is Professor of Information Systems in the College of Business Administration and Public Policy at California State University, Dominguez Hills, a minority-serving four-year public university. She received her Ph.D. degree in Information Systems from Carnegie Mellon University and MBA degree from American University in Washington, DC. Her research interests include crowdsourcing, digital and social media, IS workforce, first-generation college students, and digital inclusion. Her research work has been published in journals such as in MIS Quarterly, Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Information Systems Journal, Information Technology & People, Communications of the Association for Information Systems, and Decision Support Systems, among others. She has been serving as Associate Editor (AE) for the journals -Information and Organization and Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce since 2014 and AE for ACM Transactions on Social Computing since 2020. Her editorial experiences also include serving as guest editor for the HICSS special issue of ACM Transactions on Social Computing for three consecutive years (2018-2020).
Mina Jafarijoo, Operations Editor, is an Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems (CIS) in the School of Business at Stockton University, Galloway, NJ. Mina earned her Ph.D. in Management Information Systems (MIS) from Washington State University. She completed her undergraduate and graduate studies in Electrical Engineering and obtained the Executive M.B.A. degree as well. Her very technical educational training at the Undergraduate and Master levels combined with her behavioral focus at the Doctoral level has prepared her to develop and teach various CIS and MIS courses that are technical and analytical but simultaneously are applied and practical. She has taught courses in traditional and online environments. Mina’s research interests include the role of information technologies (IT) governance in IT and business value, particularly in disruptive and emergent IT-related phenomena such as cloud computing. Her work has been accepted for publication in proceeding of several high prestigious Information Systems conferences. She has professional experience working in the industry as a Senior Network Engineer and Project Manager at Informatics Services Corporation (ISC), a community cloud computing provider and the most prominent electronic banking organization in the Middle East Region
Heidi Seward, Managing Editor, is a lecturer at Baylor University in the Information Systems Department, where she teaches Business Communications. She received her Ph.D. in English Literature from Baylor University with an M.A. from Marquette University and a B.A. from Bethel University. Heidi’s research interests include eighteenth-century British literature, eighteenth-century moral philosophy, and the intersection of classical ethics and business communications.