She has been working at Toi Ohomai since 2008 where she manages copyright policies and procedures for the team there. This has resulted in her becoming knowledgeable about copyright legislation, copyright licenses, Creative Commons licenses and open access publishing. Lee has increased her understanding of Matāuranga Māori and indigenous knowledge over recent years and helped provide training in this area.
She has an awareness of CLNZ licenses for education and its application, as well as experience managing copyright issues in a tertiary sector library.
Bridget Knuckey works at the Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki. She is currently the Copyright Officer there with responsibility for ensuring staff adhere to the requirements of the CLNZ licensing requirements and the Copyright Act 1994.
Bridget also provides resources which give ākonga (students) an awareness of their responsibilities under the Act. She has undertaken two data collections for CLNZ and is aware of the confusion and concerns around some aspects of licence agreements and the Copyright Act 1994.