Tracey has worked for the Virginia Beach Public Library system for the past six years. Previous experience includes non-profit work in marketing and communications, strategic planning, and education. Tracey also taught college writing courses in San Diego, CA and Newport, RI and holds a master's degree in Humanities with a concentration in Rhetoric & Composition. She originally hails from Buffalo, NY-- Go Bills!
Amy Poe, is a Certified Archivist and since 2020, has served as Collections Manager for the Military Women's Memorial's Research Library, Collection, and Oral History Collection. She teams with the Memorial's Curator to manage collections care, processing, collections technology and access, donor relationships, reference support, and grant writing to support the collections. Amy holds an MSLS from the University of North Texas, an MBA with a concentration in Transforming Organizations from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, and a BA in French from Bucknell University. While earning her library science degree, Amy was an acting librarian and library assistant in a large secondary school and was selected as an Alaska State Libraries intern to conduct a User Experience (UX) Design assessment in a rural Alaska library. Previously an Organization Effectiveness Consultant with Willis Towers Watson, and a U.S. Army logistics officer, Amy is passionate about advancing collections access to broaden awareness of women's contributions to the nation's defense and to amplify the firsthand accounts of women's service in military history. She is a member of the American Library Association (ALA), the Virginia Library Association (VLA), the Society of American Archivists (SAA), and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archival Conference (MARAC).
Elizabeth Weir is the Dickson Librarian at the Chrysler Museum of Art. The Jean Outland Chrysler Library is the largest art reference library in the southeastern United States with over 300,000 volumes of books, periodicals, auction catalogs, rare books, and archives. She earned her MLIS and a certificate in Strategic Management of Digital Assets and Services from San Jose State University in 2019. Prior to that, she earned her MA in Humanities with an art history focus and a BFA in Drawing & Design from Old Dominion University in 2012 and 2009, respectfully. Her research interests include provenance of works of art and books, history of rare books, and metadata.