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Meghan JK Musolff
As the Program Manager for Library IT Services, Training & Assessment, I coordinate the development, implementation, and assessment of new and existing initiatives in each of these three areas, as well as managing the intake process for new IT projects, tracks the progress of projects, performs outreach and communication, and performs a variety of other duties.
My professional interests include project management, inclusive and intentional meeting planning, organizational development, and diversity in the tech environment. Currently, I co-chair the Project Management Special Interest Group and the Library IT Tech Diversity Reading Club.
Before my current position, I was the Assistant Coordinator of the Visual Resource Collection in the History of Art Department at U-M and prior to that the Kress Fellow in Art Librarianship at Yale University. I have a MLIS from Dominican University and a MA in Art History from Michigan State University. My undergraduate degree is from Wittenberg University where I studied art/art history.