Anne Daniel

Archivist, Western University
Areas of expertise
All aspects of archival practice with particular interest in social media, reference and outreach.
Can help with
Can help with CV development and review, job applications, general career advice
Can speak
English
Can read
English
Contact
anne.daniel@uwo.ca

Bridget Whittle

she, her, hers
Digital Archives Librarian, Archives and Research Collections, McMaster University
Areas of expertise
processing, born-digital records, crowdsourcing, daily life working in archives, reference
Can help with
questions about working in archives, with born-digital, and will do my best on job questions/CVs; anything else, I will do my best to answer questions
Can speak
English
Can read
English
Contact
whittle@mcmaster.ca / @widgetbrittle
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Caitlin Christian-Lamb

she/her/hers
PhD student at the University of Maryland/former Digital Archivist at Davidson College
Areas of expertise
digital humanities, archives pedagogy, oral history, trying to build community, outreach, some digital preservation planning, collaborative writing, higher ed stuff
Can help with
Resumes/CVs/cover letters, professional development advice, deciding to go back for even more schooling, getting involved in professional organizations, working in different types of archives (small liberal arts college, historical society, museum, think tank-y org)
Can speak
English
Can read
English, French
Contact
@christianlamb, caitlinchristianlamb.com, cclamb@terpmail.umd.edu
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Chelsea Gunn

she/her/hers
PhD student at the University of Pittsburgh's School of Computing & Information
Areas of expertise
archives, personal records, digital preservation, project management
Can help with
resumes/cover letters, pay/benefit negotiation, project planning/management, working collaboratively, questions about returning to school after the MLIS
Can speak
English
Can read
English
Contact
cmg100@pitt.edu / chelseagunn.com / @cheegunn
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Danielle Robichaud

she/her
Digital Archivist in Special Collections & Archives at the University of Waterloo Library
Areas of expertise
digital projects, online outreach, crosswalking descriptive records into XML metadata files, search optimization, diversifying the historical record surfaced through digital content, Wikipedia, standing in hot kitchens
Can speak
English, (some) French
Can read
English, French
Contact
danielle.robichaud@uwaterloo.ca / @danielleganza
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Erin O’Meara

she, her, hers
Digital Preservation Services Manager, Artefactual Systems (formerly Head, Office of Digital Innovation & Stewardship, University of Arizona)
Areas of expertise
digital preservation, archives, program development, portfolio management, management, digital scholarship, data management, data curation
Can help with
job interview questions, management in academic libraries, program development, digital preservation
Can speak
English
Can read
English
Contact
omeara.erin@gmail.com, @diplomaticaerin

Grant Hurley

he/him/his
Digital Preservation Librarian, Scholars Portal
Areas of expertise
digital preservation tools, standards, policies, practices; service development/project management; digital storage/infrastructure; archives and records management more generally (have also worked in more standard archives/RM roles)
Can help with
Resumes and CVs; interview and job talk tips; imposter syndrome (not that I'm over it personally [crying cat face]); connecting with communities and good folks
Can speak
English
Can read
English
Contact
grant@scholarsportal.info; granthurley.ca; @granthurley

Kate Crowe

she/her/hers
Curator of Special Collections and Archives at the University of Denver. Have also worked in metadata for non-bibliographic materials, but now focused on teaching critical information literacy w/primary sources. I also teach Intro to Archives and Advanced Archives for the DU LIS school.
Areas of expertise
The above, also I am the child of academic library administrators, both of whom chose to get doctorates in LIS, so I have literally spent my life in academic libraries and around academic librarians, so I understand them historically and culturally pretty well (for better and worse). I have literally never not worked in academia. I also research/write quite a bit about inclusion, equity, and diversity in the historical record, much of which relates back to how/what I teach, both in the archives and in the LIS classroom
Can speak
English
Can read
English
Contact
katherine.crowe@du.edu, katherine-crowe.com, @kcrowe
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