* [https://mozillians.org/u/pfinette/ Pascal Finette]. Pascal launched [http://webfwd.org WebFWD] when he was a Mozilla employee and now runs Singularity University’s [http://startup.singularityu.org/accelerator/ accelerator program]. Pascal has a long history and an abiding love of working with people to build things. He has great expertise in this type of task, matching by his abiding interest in contributing to Mozilla.
* [https://mozillians.org/u/jcook/ Jim Cook]. Jim is Mozilla's Chief Financial Officer, and can provide assistance for those interested in the financial side of things. Jim knows a lot about cost and value!
;What if my project doesn’t have a legal organizational home? I see this is disfavoured, and exceptional circumstances are required. What might count as "exceptional"?
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;What about tax?
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