Katherine (Katie) Donahue, Technical Services and Metadata Librarian, Collection Management
I work closely with colleagues in the Collections Management department, as well as librarians and staff in Scholarly Resources & Services, and Digital and Special Collections, to ensure students and faculty have ready access to all collections in their various iterations.
1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
creative, funny, Mainer
2. What do you value most about your work?
My position allows me to balance both long-term projects and short-term problem solving; I love how it keeps me thinking and learning!
3. When not at work, what three activities do you enjoy the most?
Traveling, watching movies, and seeking out good music.
4. What are your reading/watching/listening to?
Reading: I am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes; The Poacher’s Son by Paul Doiron.
Watching: The Walking Dead.
Listening to: JJ Grey and Mofro’s newest album: Ol’ Glory; I keep Rustic Overtones on constant rotation.
5. In your own words…
I am working on some exciting projects through the fall semester, including the release of more than 30,000 catalog records for books received from the Bangor Theological Seminary!