Justin Grimes is a PhD candidate in the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland and a Research Associate at iPAC. He holds a Master’s degree in Library Science from the University of Maryland as well as a BS in Integrated Science and Technology from Marshall University. His research interests include information policy and information access.
Sarah M. Katz was a Graduate Research Associate at iPAC while pursuing her Master’s degree in Library Science at the University of Maryland College Park’s College of Information Studies, where she focused on both Archives and E-Government. Her prior work experience includes an extensive background in corporate marketing and communications. As part of iPAC, Sarah worked with members of the various project teams to develop a strong voice in branding, messaging, and communications for the center and its constituents.
Lesley A. Langa is a Graduate Research Associate at iPAC pursuing a doctoral degree at the University of Maryland’s College of Information Studies. Ms. Langa researches policy and access issues in cultural institutions. Her contributions to the iPAC team include data management and analysis for the Public Libraries Funding and Technology Access Study; study design and data collection for the Libraries & Advocacy Project, and; grant writing.
Elizabeth Larson received her Master's degree in Library Science from the University of Maryland's School of Information Studies with a concentration in e-government in December 2011. She worked on the E-Government Partnerships project as a Graduate Research Associate and then as a Faculty Research Assistant.