We are very excited to welcome Amy Rudersdorf to the staff of AVPreserve in the Madison office. Having built and led multiple departments charged with providing data management and preservation services, Amy has extensive experience in the administration, operation, and technologies required to maintain and leverage digital assets over the long term. Most recently Amy worked with the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA), an organization providing a platform for centralized access to collections consisting of millions of digital assets from thousands of disparate organizations throughout the US. In her role with DPLA, Amy consulted with contributing organizations to aid in the creation, mapping, transformation, and normalization of their metadata to meet DPLA requirements. Amy has taught preservation and metadata courses at the graduate level and participates on national and international committees and advisory panels related to metadata, digital preservation, and coordinated efforts around large-scale aggregation of audiovisual content. Read more about Amy here.