Welcome to the Society of American Archivists (SAA) Membership Blog! The blog shares the work of the SAA Membership Committee and its Key Contacts, Career Development, and Mentoring programs; highlights the perspectives and experiences of SAA members; and shares resources about SAA and archival work.


How Mentoring Helped Me Overcome Imposter Syndrome (or at least start to tame it)

by Biz Gallo Biz Gallo has served as the Manager of Audiovisual Preservation at George Blood, L.P. since 2013 and recently accepted the position of Statewide Digitization Initiatives Coordinator at the Library of Michigan. She received her Master of Science in Information from the University of Michigan School of Information and has since been helping … Continue reading How Mentoring Helped Me Overcome Imposter Syndrome (or at least start to tame it)

Career Journeys: Heather Bidzinski

This post is from Heather Bidzinski, Head of Archives at Special Collections at University of Manitoba. Heather is an active member of SAA and is a member of the ACACKRN (Canadian Research Knowledge Network) Conference Planning Committee; the CKRN NATIONAL HERITAGE DIGITIZATION STRATEGY Advisory Committee; and the ACA Governance Committee. Heather, what are your main … Continue reading Career Journeys: Heather Bidzinski