Amy Staniforth

Consultant and Metadata Librarian
Sessions:
Panel Discussion | Inclusive Collections

Amy Staniforth is a library consultant and also a metadata librarian at Aberystwyth University. After studying in the United States, a PhD in East African history and a stint as a BBC researcher, Amy found her home in libraries. She was CILIP’s Relationship Manager for Wales for four years. In that role she worked with libraries across the sectors, in health, schools, further and higher education, and with public libraries and the National Library. Now Amy can pick her projects and most recently has been designing anti-racist training for public librarians across acquisitions, resource description and community engagement.