Opprinnelig fra Trinidad & Tobago, Seema Rampersad kom til London for å studere Informasjons-og kommunikasjonsteknologi. Hun jobbet for Intelligence Unit ved Greater London Authority og for PricewaterhouseCoopers i deres Business Information Centre for mange år. Hun er fortsatt en talsmann for tradisjonelt bibliotek-og informasjonstjenester og ferdigheter. Selv, i begge roller har hun fortsatt å bruke ny teknologi for å samarbeide på tvers av fagområder og landegrenser. I dag, hun er interessert i sosiale medier og bruk av multimedia som næringsliv og profesjonelle utviklingsverktøy for å håndtere og levere informasjon og kunnskap.
Stephanie Hung-Gretarsson is a Canadian Information Professional currently living and working in South Western Germany. As a graduate student completing her Master of Information Studies with a specialisation in Library and Information Sciences in 2010 from the University of Toronto, hun har jobbet i akademiske biblioteker og arkiver, as well as in the Art Gallery of Ontario in the E.P. Taylor forskningsbibliotek og arkiv i katalogise avdeling. Since completing her degree, she's gathered further work experience in the public sector in Records Management for a government heritage agency, and most recently in the private sector for a marketing and communications firm, based at the client's head office co-ordinating digital images and asset management.
Her professional interests are in Information Management in regards to heritage and conservation collections, as well as records management in government and Non-profit organizations. She is interested in heritage advocacy and collections' access and management. Utenfor biblioteket sfære, noen av Stephanies andre interesser inkluderer språklæring, reiser og matlaging. Hun snakker flytende engelsk, Kantonesisk, Tysk og fransk. She has successfully completed and passed the standardised language test for German proficiency TestDAF, "Test tysk som fremmedspråk.
Originally from South Dakota, Melissa Wintemute moved to the UK in 2015, taking on the Prospect Research Manager position at the University of Nottingham. Prior to her current position she was a prospect research analyst for Arizona State University, a medical insurance analyst for Navigant Consulting and a senior research analyst for mergers and acquisitions firm, Dinan & Selskapet. In her pre-information professional life, Melissa worked in operations for two regional airlines in the U.S. and was a sports reporter and photographer.
She has been an SLA member since enrolling in the MLIS program at the University of Pittsburgh in 2012, finding particular value in her business & finance and advertising & marketing division affiliations. Graduating from Pitt in 2014, she also holds a BA in History from the University of Nebraska and a BS in mass communications from Black Hills State University.