Leading Change Institute 2022 Participants Named

Leading Change Institute 2022 Participants Named

Thirty individuals have been selected to participate in the 2022 Leading Change Institute (LCI), to be held in Washington DC July 10–15. Jointly sponsored by CLIR and EDUCAUSE, LCI is designed for leaders in higher education, including CIOs, librarians, information technology professionals, and administrators, who want to work collaboratively to promote and initiate change on critical issues affecting the academy. These issues include new sources of competition, use of technology to support effective teaching and learning, distance learning, changing modes of scholarly communications, and the qualities necessary for leadership.

LCI logoParticipants will join deans Joanne Kossuth and Elliott Shore along with other thought leaders from the community in discussing approaches to these challenges, including ideas for collaboration, collective creativity, and innovation within and across departments, institutions, and local or regional boundaries; the conceptualization of blended positions and organizations; and the importance of community mentorship and advocacy.

This year, for the first time, a current CLIR staff member, Aliya Reich, will participate in the institute. Reich is CLIR’s program manager for conferences and events. “I am thrilled to represent CLIR at the 2022 Leading Change Institute,” she said. “LCI’s commitment to a collaborative, experimental approach to challenges in higher education and the GLAM sector is well aligned with CLIR’s priorities and my own work as our conference planner. I look forward to contributing my own experiences and learning from others at this year’s event.”

2022 Participants

Nancy Abashian, Senior Director of Public Services and Office of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Accessibility (IDEA), Binghamton University

Devin Becker, Head, Data and Digital Services & Director, Center for Digital Inquiry and Learning (CD?L), University of Idaho Library

Elizabeth Brown, Department Chair, Instruction Coordinator, Central Washington University

Kirsten Clark, Director, University of Minnesota Libraries

Leighana Coe, Support Services Manager, Linn-Benton Community College

Hilary Davis, Head, Collections & Research Strategy, NC State University Libraries

Kristen Dietiker, Chief Information Security Officer, Santa Clara University

Damecia Donahue, Librarian III/Strategic Foresight Librarian, Wayne State University

Uche Enwesi, Director, IT Systems Support and Facilities Management, Univ of Maryland

Emily Ferrier, Librarian, Economics, Entrepreneurship, STEM, Brown University

Joshua Finnell, Interim Associate University Librarian, Associate Professor in the Libraries, Colgate University

Shay Foley, Director of Metadata and Digital Strategies, Hamilton College

Travis Grandy, Associate Director, Learning Research & Technology, Smith College

Martha Horan, Head of Preservation Strategies, The University of Miami

Jennifer Hunter, Head of Firestone General Service Operations, Princeton University

Carrie Johnston, Digital Humanities Research Designer, Wake Forest University

Vickery Lebbin, Interim Associate University Librarian, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

Ryan MacTaggart, Manager, Professional Learning, EDUCAUSE

Katie McCormick, Associate Dean for Special Collections & Archives, Florida State University

Robert Morse, Senior Instructional Designer, Statewide Assessment, Ivy Tech Community College

Joy Novak, Head of Special Collections Management, Washington University in St. Louis

Kristi Park, Executive Director, Texas Digital Library

Leah Plocharczyk, Interim Director, Florida Atlantic University

Anguelina Popova, Associate Professor; Director, American University of Central Asia

Crystal Ramsay, Director (interim), Penn State

Gregory Reeve, Metadata and Identities Librarian, Brigham Young University

Aliya Reich, Program Manager for Conferences and Events, Council on Library and Information Resources

Philip Schreur, Associate University Librarian for Technical and Access Services, Stanford University

Jameson Watkins, Chief Information Officer, Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences

David Woodbury, Department Head, Learning Spaces & Services, NC State University Libraries

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