InfoNexus 2017 Chief Organizers
Liz Nash knew she would be an information professional since she was in high school, when she loaned out books from her locker. Since then she has been heavily involved in student government and event planning. This is her second time working with Info-Nexus, and she’s excited to see what this year’s presenters will teach. In the future she hopes to work in a library or in knowledge management.
Pippa Bartlett is a student in the School of Information Studies at McGill University. She is one of the founding members of MISTech, a technology-oriented student association.
As a former student of the Humanities and a current student of Information Studies, Miriam is fascinated by the intersection between traditional scholarship and information technology. She believes that information specialists have an increasingly critical role to play in research and scholarship, and is excited to be on the forefront of this meeting of disciplines. This is her second year with Info-Nexus, and she looks forward to helping out again. She hopes to pursue a career in academic libr
Rachel Bozel has been interested in becoming an information professional ever since she did her first Google search. With her passion for knowledge management and love for business, she is excited about being a part of this year’s InfoNexus conference. She believes that InfoNexus provides a unique opportunity for students to gain firsthand experience from information professionals, and allows them to network with a larger part of the Montréal community.