2022 RMSLA Board 

Woman smiling with yellow scarf President - Baylee Suskin

Baylee Suskin is the Access Services and Research Librarian at the Wise Law Library at the University of Colorado Law School. She holds a J.D. from the University of Kansas School of Law, an M.L.I.S. from the University of Denver and a Masters in Sociology from the University of the Rockies. She is a Faculty Instructor in the library's legal research curriculum, manages the circulation department, and provides legal reference. Prior to joining the Wise Law Library, Baylee worked on digital initiatives for the Westminster Law Library at the University of Denver. She is currently the President of the Rocky Mountain Special Libraries Association and the Membership Chair of the Colorado Association of Law Libraries. Outside of work, Baylee loves to bake, drink tea, and explore Colorado's gorgeous Rocky Mountains with her family.

Woman sitting on couch. President-Elect - Maggie Ryan

Maggie Ryan is a Technical and Reference Librarian for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, CO. At NREL, she focuses on a massive-scale digitization effort to assist in streamlining the collection and simultaneously serves the entire laboratory as a reference and research librarian. Prior to her work at NREL, she worked as a public library assistant at various libraries around the Front Range in Colorado. Maggie holds an MLIS from the University of Denver, where she studied and worked in the Massive Texts Lab (an LIS research lab) and is passionate about bringing technology into librarianship. In her free time, Maggie enjoys reading, walking her dogs, and video games.

Woman headshot smiling. Past President - Maura McGrath

As a knowledge management professional, Maura McGrath has always enjoyed connecting people with the information that they need to do their jobs. She currently works as Knowledge Manager at SCL Health, a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization dedicated to improving the health of the people and communities we serve, especially those who are poor and vulnerable. Prior to her role as Knowledge Manager, she worked as a solo librarian and knowledge management specialist at an educational research non-profit. When not working, Maura enjoys hiking throughout Colorado, running, and is learning to garden.

Person with pigtails, hat, and head phones. Secretary - Dot Donovan

Dot (Lisa) Donovan has a PhD from the University of Denver in Writing and Literature, and a MFA from Brown University in Literary Art. After teaching writing and composition in higher education for nearly a decade with an emphasis on documentary process and multimodal composing, Dot chose to enroll in library school. They have since worked most closely with Dr. Krystyna Matusiak at the University of Denver on community archive and digitization projects. Dot took a position as a Digital Content Specialist at Regis University in October, 2020.

Woman with long hair and sun hat. Director - 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, cataloging, 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 learning the mandolin, embroidering floral scenes, gardening, live music, hiking, and volunteering.