My broad professional goal is to make
information of all types discoverable, accessible, and usable for researchers
and end-users. I possess a unique blend of experience in publishing, product
development, and the information sciences.
- Over 7+ years
working in libraries and archives specifically with historical archives,
university records and data, resource sharing, and collection
- Over 3+ years of
product and project management experience with a publishing portfolio
valued at ~$10Million.
Product Manager, Lean Six Sigma processes, trained in Miller-Heiman sales
practice, work experience in an agile environment.
expertise in developing & managing electronic products drawn from
historical material, large-scale collection analysis & digitization,
strategic planning, and market research.
- Trained to lead
cross-functional product development teams in agile environments.
I am a graduate of the School
of Information at the University of Michigan, where I obtained a Master
Science in Information (MSI) specializing in Archives & Records Management
and Information Economics, Management, and Policy (April 2007). I also have
obtained a B.A. in Psychology (Social) with Honors and successfully
published an Undergraduate Thesis in experimental social psychology, as well as
minor in African American Studies from the University
of Massachusetts, Amherst (2001).
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