Co-Organizer, Community Outreach
Andrew is a website developer at Forum One Communications, creating Drupal and WordPress sites for nonprofits. He has been a longtime volunteer for InfoCamp and MobileUXCamp. Andrew joined the organizing team for InfoCamp because he felt the event is a great forum for both experienced professionals and newcomers to the field to forge relationships. The event is also a great way for him to keep current on fresh ideas and learn about refined methodologies.
Sarah recently graduated from the University of Washington Information School with a Master’s of Library and Information Science and is now working as a Digital Assets Librarian at Bassetti Architects. She is currently serving as the Chair-Elect for ASIS&T PNW and the Web Committee Chair for SLA PNW. After her first Infocamp in 2013, Sarah knew how important this event is and that she wanted to be a part of its future. InfoCamp is such an amazing opportunity for students, recent graduates, early- and mid-career info pros, and seasoned info masters to connect and converse on all things information.
As a records analyst for the University of Washington, Albert develops strategies for information and knowledge management. With a background in information science, healthcare, and education, he has worked on a variety of projects for local, state, and federal organizations. Albert is an officer of ASIS&T Pacific Northwest and is looking forward to his role as a member of the InfoCamp organizing committee.
Laura works as a search vocabulary specialist at Corbis and is a UW MLIS graduate. With a background in art nonprofits and instructional design, Laura is passionate about helping make information more accessible through metadata, information architecture, and design.
Carolyne is a recent addition to Seattle from Portland where she completed graduate school in library science in 2013. She is now a reference and instruction librarian at City University of Seattle where she participates in library instruction for students in the school of management.
Clem is a content strategist and designer currently studying for his Master's in Human Centered Design & Engineering at UW. He is passionate about using language to solve design problems and helping teams understand each other. That's why he's excited to bring diverse information professionals together at InfoCamp!
Dowell is an academic advisor with the UW Information School. A graduate of the University of Washington, he has a background in linguistics, Slavic languages and literatures, and fine arts. He has been attending InfoCamp since 2009 and enjoys this annual opportunity to find out what's current in libraries, technology, and information science.