Welcoming new DLF Advisory Committee members!

Today, we’re pleased to welcome three new members to our DLF Advisory Committee. Stacie Williams of Case Western Reserve, Sohair Wastawy of the Qatar National Library, and Trevor Owens of the Library of Congress join a distinguished group of advisors who include Dan Cohen (chair), Yasmeen Shorish, Shilpa Rele, Trevor Muñoz, Buhle Mbambo-Thata, Max Marmor, Jill Cousins, and Andy Ashton. The full group, with institutional affiliations, is listed here.

Welcome, new advisors!

stacie williams
Stacie Williams
Digital Learning and Scholarship Team Leader, Case Western Reserve”
DLF Community Advisor 2018-2020 (1st term)

sohair wastawy
Sohair Wastawy
Executive Director, Qatar National Library
CLIR Board member

trevor owens
Trevor Owens
Head of Digital Content Management, Library of Congress
DLF Community Advisor 2018-2020 (1st term)

The DLF Advisory Committee provides guidance, recommendations, and feedback to DLF’s Executive Director, Bethany Nowviskie, and includes representatives of the DLF community at large and CLIR’s Board of Directors. Advisors are appointed by the CLIR Board, at the recommendation of Nowviskie and CLIR’s president, Charles Henry.

Thank you, outgoing committee members!

We would like to thank outgoing committee members Stephen Rhind-Tutt, Bess Sadler, Sarah Shreeves, and Jennifer Vinopal for their service to the Digital Library Federation community: long and faithful, witty and wise.

Stephen Rhind-Tutt
President, Alexander Street Press
CLIR Board member

Bess Sadler
Bess Sadler
Sr. Developer, Data Curation Experts
DLF Community Advisor 2017-2018 (2nd term)

Sarah Shreeves
Associate Dean for Digital Strategies, University of Miami
DLF Community Advisor 2014-2017 (2nd term)

Jennifer Vinopal
Associate Director for Information Technology, Ohio State University Libraries
DLF Community Advisor 2014-2017 (2nd term)

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