Supports director of development and outreach; coordinates logistics for CLIR events; manages sponsor database; provides administrative support for president. Contact Lizzi with questions about sponsorship renewal.
Joy works with the other members of CLIR’s grants team to manage communications, outreach, social media, and assessment activities for the Recordings at Risk (firstname.lastname@example.org), Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives (email@example.com), and Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives programs. Joy served as project coordinator for the 2017 Strategies for Advancing Hidden Collections webinar series. Prior to that, she served as project manager for the 2013 Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives initiative based at Bok Tower Gardens. Email contact is preferred. Phone or video calls may be arranged by request.
Responsible for the Postdoctoral Fellowship Program and the CLIR CIOs Group.
Holds administrative responsibilities for several of CLIR’s programs, including Digitizing Hidden Collections, Recordings at Risk, Mellon Fellowships for Dissertation Research in Original Sources, and the Postdoctoral Fellowship Program.
Helps identify strategic opportunities and develop implementation plans, focusing on information resources in relation to climate change, human rights, and other global challenges. Serves as advisor to CLIR’s grantmaking programs.
Develops, integrates, and oversees information systems supporting the mission of CLIR and its various initiatives.
Responsible for enhancing the internal organization processes and infrastructure including financial management and oversight, human resources, and operations.
Creates and implements CLIR’s annual development plan and strategy; manages CLIR sponsorship and DLF membership, and DLF Forum sponsorship; facilitates strategic partnerships and affiliates.
Please email to connect regarding CLIR sponsorship, DLF membership, development opportunities, DLF Forum sponsorship, strategic partnerships, CLIR’s affiliates program, and to pay an invoice by phone.
Fosters communication among senior leadership and program staff, assists the president in identifying new trends in higher education and opportunities for CLIR’s investment, and maintains the organizational archive. Works on the Leading Change Institute and the CLIR Mellon Fellowships for Dissertation Research in Original Sources.
Works with grants team responsible for Hidden Collections and Recordings at Risk initiatives, and is CLIR lead for the Authenticity Project, hosted jointly by the HBCU Library Alliance and Digital Library Federation.
Working with the Postdoctoral Fellowship program, Jodi is responsible for coordinating all data management, web, and educational activities in collaboration with other program staff and consultants.
Responsible for content published on CLIR’s websites, in our publications, and via social media. Distributes news releases. Contact for inquiries from the press.
Director of Research and Assessment, Christa is responsible for designing and implementing documentation and evaluation strategies for CLIR’s programs, and for helping others shape and advance new initiatives related to the work of information organizations. She contributes to a number of programs, including Recordings at Risk, Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives, the Mellon Fellowships for Dissertation Research in Original Sources, the Leading Change Institute, and the Postdoctoral Fellowship Program.
Contact Christa by email with questions about CLIR or any of these programs. Phone or video calls can be arranged by request.