Elizabeth Adkins joined Grant Thornton LLP in January as the information governance director. She is responsible for implementing a content management strategy to better manage the firm’s records and information assets, advising key stakeholders on operational requirements for records, and providing guidance on legislative and regulatory matters that affect recordkeeping and information management processes. Stephanie Bennett has been named collections archivist at Wake Forest University. Previously, Bennett was project archivist at Iowa State University and earned her master of science in library and information science from Simmons College. Tony Crawford retired from the Morse Department of Special Collections at Kansas State University after working as the university archivist and later curator of manuscripts for thirty-one years. Crawford became the first official university archivist in 1983 and led the effort to create the institution’s first records retention schedule. As the curator of manuscripts, Crawford collaborated with Kansas State professor Richard Morse to form the Consumer Movement Archives. Mark Greene will be the recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award from Ripon College in Ripon, Wisconsin, this summer. Greene will be recognized for his outstanding career achievements in the archival field and his continued support of Ripon College. Greene recently retired from the position of director of the American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming. Yvonne Ivey recently became the program assistant in the Office of Strategic Initiatives at the Library of Congress, where she will be working on the metadata remediation project of the Thomas Jefferson Papers and American Folklife collection. Ivey is also a member of the 2013–2015 cohort of the ARL/SAA Mosaic Program. T-Kay Sangwand, archivist for the Human Rights Documentation Initiative and librarian for Brazilian Studies at the Benson Latin American Collection at the University of Texas Libraries, Austin, was named one of the 2015 Movers & Shakers by Library Journal. The Movers “see the future and bring it to life. And they are committed to the mission of the library as an engine of democracy.”
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