Collection Development and Management
Jacqueline supports management of high-profile negotiations with large publishers and parallel coordination with campus libraries, coordinates various collaborative collection decision making processes, provides support for systemwide policy and planning efforts for UC libraries and scholarly information activities, and provides project management and leadership services for various systemwide library pilots and trials.
B.A., Anthropology and Psychology, UC Berkeley
M.L.I.S., UC Berkeley
Other Professional Development:
American Management Association Certificate in Project Management and Executive Leadership Program, ARL Certificate in Measuring Library Service Quality, Senge Group Systems Thinking Institute, Interaction Management Program
Jackie has been with CDL since 2002. Previously she held various positions at UC San Francisco including Manager of Public and Information Services, Collection Development Officer, Education Officer, and Head of Acquisitions. She has served in leadership roles at UCSF, at the UC systemwide level, and locally and nationally through various organizations including ALA and ACRL. She was co-founder of the Collection Development Section of MLA and of the California Science and Engineering Academic Librarians. She also has been honored with the NCNMLG Award for Excellence and the CARL Member of the Year award.