2019 RMSLA Board
President - Chris Coughlan
As Aten Design Group’s Director of Digital Strategy, Chris has always enjoyed the reference interview – it’s about understanding who you’re talking to and what information they seek. When thinking about digital, she believes a web experience expands beyond content on a page to a conversation between the viewer and the content owner. She works with stakeholders to interpret user needs, strategic objectives and content to anticipate the user’s needs before a first interaction takes place. From there, she establishes an intuitive, yet compelling structure for websites and web applications. This provides the foundation for creating an experience that supports digital conversations and findability.
President-Elect - Chloe Campbell
Chloe Campbell is the Data Management Librarian for the USDA APHIS Wildlife Services National Wildlife Research Center in Fort Collins, Colorado. At the NWRC she focuses on metadata and digital initiatives such as maintaining the Center's digital collections site, recording the Center's publications bibliometrics and altmetrics, promoting a new eBooks program, and digitizing unique collections. Chloe is also an On-Call Librarian for the Denver Botanic Gardens. Chloe has a passion for both archives and special libraries, particularly in the government. In her free time Chloe enjoys gardening, live music, hiking, and volunteering.
Past-President - Kane Klipka
With a background in community organizing, publishing, and education, Kane (they/them) is excited to join Tattered Cover as their School Outreach Coordinator. After earning their BA in Psychology at Seattle Pacific University, they attended the Denver Publishing Institute and completed their Master's in Library and Information Science at the University of Denver. They have served as the President of the Rocky Mountain Special Libraries Association and are on the board of Arthyve, an art-centered community archive. When they're not working, they can be found cooking, reading many books at once, or otherwise enjoying their hometown of Denver.
Secretary - Lisa Schmidt
Lisa Schmidt is an information specialist at Leidos. She has also held positions as a digital librarian for Kaiser Permanente IT and an electronic records archivist at Michigan State University. In a previous career incarnation, she worked in high tech marketing communications and ran her own freelance writing business. Lisa holds MS Information Studies, MBA, and BA History degrees from the University of Texas at Austin.
Director - Maria Hugger
Maria Hugger is a librarian, Certified Scrum Product Owner, and subject matter expert in library collection development. She's worked in academia and library vendor roles and earned her MLIS at the University of Denver.