Bradford W. Miller
A Person and longtime member of the Common Lisp Community, was active in SLUG and a (long) past director of the ALU. He currently leads and conducts AI research in a large company. His primary research interests include Cognitive Systems, Agent Oriented Programming, Knowledge Representation Systems, and Natural Language Processing.

While he uses Lisp on an almost daily basis, he really misses the Symbolics Lisp Machines he had the pleasure of using from 1985-1996 (starting with the 3670 and ending with the UX400).

For more info, see his googlepage.