Nikki Conti, a recent Harvard graduate, worked as a student employee in Imaging Services for three years. During that time, she collaborated with the department's photographers and technicians in shooting slides, working in the dark room, and handling rare and valuable photography materials.
Albert Genna has worked in several capacities since joining the Harvard College Library in 2000. During that time, he has coordinated many short- and long-term projects and has performed a variety of tasks, including shelving, discharging, and assisting patrons. He received his BA from Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts.
Rose Gowen previously worked in the HCL Collections Conservation Laboratory as part of the Reformatting Preparation Team. Prior to coming to HCL, she worked as collections management assistant in the Harvard University Archives. She holds an MFA in book arts and printmaking from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and a BA in arts and aesthetics from Simon's Rock of Bard College.
Mary Harrington has worked since 1988 at the Radcliffe Institute's Schlesinger Library as associate curator of printed books. She has an MLS degree from the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Library Science, and a BA in sociology from Northeastern University.
Dan Hazen came to Harvard, where he served most recently as librarian for Latin America, Spain, and Portugal, in 1990 from the University of California, Berkeley. He has held posts at Stanford University, Cornell University, and the New England Historic Genealogical Society. He received his undergraduate degree from Cornell, his PhD in Latin American history from Yale University, and his MSLIS from Simmons. In addition to his responsibilities as a bibliographer, he is serving as part-time visiting program officer at the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and as director of the AAU/ARL Global Resources Program.
Prior to coming to Harvard, Spencer McEwen worked as a software engineer at Simulation Technologies, Inc., in Natick, Massachusetts. He has a bachelor's degree in computer science from the Wentworth Institute of Technology.
Daniel Pearson worked on the Harvard Depository Push Project from 1997 to 2000. After leaving Access Services in 2000, he joined the University Development Office, where he tracked and processed pledges donated to the Harvard College Fund. He holds an MA in classics from the University of Illinois and a BA from Brown University.
Michael Vandermillen's most recent position was as a software developer at Inforonics in Littleton, Massachusetts. He also worked as a library assistant at Widener from 1993 to 1996. He has a BA in political science from Boston College and an MSLIS from Simmons.