Stacie Williams is trained in myriad aspects of librarianship and archives management, including: metadata schemas, public services, collection development, digitization, repository management, digital infrastructure, and strategic planning. She has experience working in academic, public, research, corporate/special, government, and community-based libraries and archives.

Additionally, she is an award-winning reporter and copy editor, thorough researcher, and effective interviewer, with experience writing and editing investigative stories, hard news, features, Q&As , reviews, and briefs. Her work has been published in the Chicago Review of Books, Medium‘s “Human Parts” series, Belt magazine, Gordon Square Review, Midnight Breakfast, VICERacked, New York magazine, The Nation, LitHub, The Rumpus, The ToastFourculture, and Catapult. Her bibliomemoir, Bizarro Worlds, is part of the AFTERWORDS series published by Fiction Advocate in 2018.

Graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism (JBA).

Graduated from Simmons College’s Graduate School of Library and Information Sciences in 2011 with a Master of Science degree in Library Science and a concentration in Archives Management.

She prioritizes projects and clients that amplify or make knowable underrepresented histories or perspectives, and where an ethics of care is evinced throughout and beyond a project’s lifespan.

Contact smariwilliams21 at gmail dot com for inquiries.