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A Congress.gov Interview with Natalie Buda Smith, User Experience Team Supervisor

This week’s interview is with Natalie Buda Smith. Natalie is a user experience team supervisor here at the Library of Congress. Describe your background. Most of my 25+ year career has been in the field of user experience, working in different countries for a range of organizations including Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, and federal agencies. […]

An Interview with Alia Hussain, Collections Technician

This week’s interview is with Alia Hussain, the newest technician in the Collection Services Division.  With her writing background, I’m hoping she decides to contribute to our blog. Describe your background. I was born and raised in New Jersey, then moved to Chicago after graduating high school to attend college. What is your academic/professional history? […]

An Interview with Kirstin Nelson, National Agricultural Library’s Law Librarian

Today’s interview is with Law Librarian Kirstin Nelson, a contractor on assignment at our sister institution the National Agricultural Library.  Kirstin helped edit Congressional committee information at the Wikipedia edit-a-thon held at the Library in April. Describe your background. I was born and raised in Nebraska. In early childhood, I lived on the western side […]

An Interview with Micaela DelMonte, a lawyer with the European Parliamentary Research Service

Today’s interview is with Micaela DelMonte, a lawyer from the European Parliamentary Research Service, who is at the Law Library for one month. Describe your background. I am Italian and was born in Siena, Italy. Shortly after my birth, my family moved to Florence and then to Carrara, the city of white marble, where I spent […]