I’m a trained librarian working for the federal government as a records manager. Since 2015, I have worked as a Records and Information Management Specialist for the U.S. Access Board. The Access Board is a small government agency responsible for rule making and technical standards under the Americans with Disabilities Act. I support a variety of IT and government purchasing functions under the supervision of my agency’s CIO, with an emphasis on our electronic records management program.
My identity and practice as an information professional is a natural extension of my personal commitment to accessibility, inclusion, and open government. You can read more about my accomplishments and current certifications on this site. I also use this site for my personal blog. (I had to get as much leverage as possible out of the only good pun I have ever made.)
I am actively seeking work in the Chicago area. I am eager to return to a role in a museum or library setting where I can help organizations leverage their customer data to assess learning outcomes, usability, and new opportunities.
contact me via anita @ anitalife . com