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)

Mentoring Partnerships: Julie Rockwell and Matt Testa

Julie Rockwell Julie Rockwell is a part-time collections specialist at the Frost Entomological Museum of the Penn State University, Main Campus. She recently accepted a part-time position as an independent contractor archivist with the East Broad Top Railroad Foundation located in Rockhill Furnace, PA.  Julie graduated in December 2020 from the Johns Hopkins University Advanced … Continue reading Mentoring Partnerships: Julie Rockwell and Matt Testa

Mentoring Partnerships: Mary Jackson and Steven D. Booth

Mary Jackson is currently working on a cataloging project at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive and a community preservation project, African Americans in Berkeley’s History and Legacy. She was a member of the SAA Host Committee in 2008 and has been an SAA member since 2018. Mary received her master's degree in … Continue reading Mentoring Partnerships: Mary Jackson and Steven D. Booth