Cindy is passionate about driving digital transformation in education using her skills as a leader, educator, and librarian. She started her career in historical libraries and archives, where she assisted scholars in collections research, led digital archives projects and developed educational programming around archives collections.
After receiving her Master's in Library and Information Science (with a focus on information architecture and digital archives) from Simmons College in Boston, she pivoted to higher education. There, her experience working with students as a librarian embedded in a First Year Experience program inspired her to work more directly impacting the teaching and learning experience.
Since then, the core of her work has been leading complex and innovative educational technology projects, from a large-scale learning management system migration at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, to custom learning simulations at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Her passion for the power of educational technology has led her to continue her journey as both a learner and instructor in this area: she received a graduate certificate in Learning Design and Technology from the Harvard University Extension School, and teaches an M.Ed. course on innovative educational technology and media. Cindy loves using creative problem-solving and strong project management practices to move initiatives from ambiguity to tangible, successful deliverables.
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