Resumé / CV

Current Positions

Associate Archivist and Records Manager, Philadelphia Museum of Art
Board President, UUMAC


University of Pittsburgh
Master of Library and Information Science, 2015
Specialization in Archives and Information Science

Millersville University
Bachelor of Arts, English, 2013
Minors in French and Art History

Previous Positions

Assistant Archivist, Philadelphia Museum of Art
Social Media Manager, Web Archiving Roundtable, Society of American Archivists
Exhibitions Editor, Views, Newsletter of the Visual Materials Section of the Society of American Archivists

Processing Archivist, Philadelphia Museum of Art
Archives Assistant,
Drexel University College of Medicine Legacy Center
Reference Intern, Frick Fine Arts Library, University of Pittsburgh
Project Assistant, Carnegie Museum of Art, Department of Time-Based Media
Archivist, PICT Classic Theatre
Circulation Assistant/Technology Instruction, Manheim Township Public Library
Archives Student Assistant, Archives and Special Collections, Millersville University Library
Technology Support/Instructional Design, Millersville University Information Technology

Selected Leadership and Involvement

Co-President, University of Pittsburgh Student Chapter of SAA, 2014-2015
Student Advisory Board to Millersville University Library, 2011 – 2013
Lancaster County Digitization Project Webmaster, 2013
One Book, One Campus Advisory Committee, Spring 2013 – Winter 2013
Team Leader, Central PA Oral History Project Archives Team, 2012 – 2013
Central PA Oral History Project Executive Board, 2012 -2013
Director, UUMAC 2017
Assistant Director, UUMAC 2016
Committee Chair, UUMAC Marketing and Publicity Committee, 2013 – 2014
UUMAC Executive Board, 2012 – 2014


“A Surreal Archive: Celebrating the Young-Mallin Collection“, Philadelphia Museum of Art Library and Archives, October 2018-April 2019.

Violet Oakley and the Red Rose Girls: Female Illustrators in Philadelphia“, Philadelphia Museum of Art Library and Archives, February 28, 2017–June 2, 2017.


“A Surreal Archive: The Young-Mallin Collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art”, designed and produced by Tammy Nguyen, Passenger Pigeon Press, New York. Pop-up book, 16 page booklet, and decorative box, 8 ¾” x 10 ¾”. Limited edition of 250. Published by Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2018.


Rutgers University iSchool Research Invitational, October 2015
    Locative Media and Mobile ICTs in the Urban Environment
Tour of Frick Fine Arts Library for ARLIS/NA-OV, October 2014
Presenter at MU Humanities “Behind the Arts” Mini Conference, April 2013
    Collecting Jazz Stories: Digitization, Oral History, and Student Learning: Call for Collaboration
Presenter at SSHELCO, March 2013
     Bridging the Technology Divide on Campus
Presenter at Oral History Association Conference , October 2012
     Collecting Jazz Stories: Digitization, Oral History, and Student Learning


2015 National Conference on Managing Electronic Records (MER) Scholarship


Society of American Archivists
American Alliance of Museums