Registration for the Virtual DLF Forum (October 22-23) is now open

The DLF Forum is a collaborative effort

Team DLF is grateful to everyone who plays a part in making our events happen. Thank you so much to CLIR/DLF and Michigan State University staff, Planning Committee members, DLF’s Committee for Equity and Inclusion members. 

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Team DLF

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Jennifer Arévalo Ferretti

Director, Digital Library Federation

Jennifer A. Ferretti (she/her) joined CLIR/DLF in June 2021 and is the DLF Director where she focuses on supporting and amplifying the work of the DLF community and CLIR initiatives and programs. Jennifer has a background in fine art and design and has been working in the digital library space for over 10 years. She is also an artist and community organizer based in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

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Aliya Reich

Program Manager for Conferences and Events, Digital Library Federation

Aliya Reich (she/her) is the Program Manager for Conferences and Events and has been with CLIR/DLF since February 2018. She leads the planning for the DLF Forum and affiliated events and focuses on creating well-organized, inclusive convenings for the digital library community. Her background is in museums, and she holds graduate and undergraduate degrees in art history. Outside of work, Aliya is an avid runner and running coach based in Baltimore, Maryland.

special thanks to

Michigan State University Local Organizing Committee

Devin Higgins (he/him)

Head of Digital Development & Strategies, MSU Libraries

Zoe Wake Hyde (she/her)

Community Development with Humanities Commons, MSU College of Arts and Letters

Ranti Junus (she/her)

Systems Librarian for Electronic Resources, MSU Libraries

Andrew Lathrop (he/him)

Events Coordinator, MSU Libraries

Kristen Mapes (she/her)

Assistant Director of Digital Humanities, MSU College of Arts and Letters

Justin Wadland (he/him)

Head of Digital Scholarship Services, MSU Libraries

special thanks to

DLF Forum Planning Committee

The DLF Forum Planning Committee is composed of three subcommittees: Program, Community, and Reviewers. These volunteers put in many hours of work to ensure the conference program is rigorously peer-reviewed and well-balanced, and that ample social and wellness activities are offered to complement the sessions.

special thanks to

dLF's committee for equity and inclusion

DLF’s Committee for Equity and Inclusion, which arose from the Forum’s Inclusivity Committee several years ago, is integral to helping us make our event as accessible and inclusive as possible.

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