Annalise Berdini

BCC Executive Council, 2022-2024

President, 2023-2024

Annalise Berdini is the Digital Archivist for Princeton University Library Special Collections, where she has worked since 2018. She manages the department’s digital curation program, which includes developing and implementing digital archives workflows, selecting and implementing a digital preservation system, managing development of a virtual reading room and other born-digital access solutions, processing collections, and managing web archives. She also helps develop digital preservation policies for the library. She is finishing up a three year term with the SAA Electronic Records Section as Vice Chair/Chair/Past Chair, has chaired two subcommittees as a member of the DLF Born-Digital Access Working Group, is an active member of the BCC Membership Committee, was a co-author on the UC Guidelines for Born-Digital Archival Description, and recently contributed to the Virtual Reading Room chapter of the Lighting the Way Handbook. She was also a co-author of the Archives for Black Lives in Philadelphia’s Anti-Racist Description Resources and continues to work to address harmful archival description as a member of Princeton’s Inclusive Description Working Group