Stacie Williams is trained in myriad aspects of librarianship, including classification and cataloging schemas DublinCore, MARC, DACS, and EAC-CPF; public services; collection development; and database technology. Archival training includes processing multi-format collections, description and arrangement, digitization, database creation and management, metadata/taxonomy creation and exhibit curation. She has experience working in academic, public, research, corporate/special, and government libraries and archives. Has also worked on external resource development and organization-wide strategic planning.
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 and briefs. Project management experience with large-scale editorial assignments and organizing staff seminars. Currently involved with creation of data visualization and research projects.
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.
Her essays have been published in Medium‘s “Human Parts” series, The Rumpus, The Toast, Fourculture, and Catapult.