Stacie Williams is trained in myriad aspects of librarianship, including metadata schemas; public services; collection development; and database technology. Archival training includes 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.
Her work has been published in Medium‘s “Human Parts” series, Gordon Square Review, Racked, New York magazine, The Nation, LitHub, The Rumpus, The Toast, Fourculture, and Catapult. Her forthcoming book 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.