Resident Librarian, American University Library
Resident Librarian, Virginia Tech
Anthony Wright de Hernandez is the first resident librarian at Virginia Tech. He has over a decade of experience using and administering SQL databases. He now works primarily in Archives and Special Collections focusing on community collections. His primary research interest is on how libraries and archives can use technology to document and improve access to the histories of unique or underserved communities.
Diversity Resident Librarian, University of Utah
Branch Manager, San Diego County Library-Spring Valley
Resident Librarian for Diversity and Innovation, Towson University
Mary P. Key Resident Librarian: Latin American Studies, The Ohio State Libraries
My research interest are in Area Studies, Latin American collection, global engagement and scholarship.
Director of Diversity and Leadership Programs, Association of Research Libraries
-- Program Director for the ARL/SAA Mosaic Program -- Director, ARL Leadership Symposium -- Faculty for ARL Leadership Fellows Program -- ARL representative to the Nexus LAB: Leading Across Boundaries project advisory board -- Alumnus of the Minnesota Institute for Early Career Librarians and the Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians