Carolyn Goldstein, Public History and Community Archives Program Manager
Carolyn coordinates the Mass. Memories Road Show program. She guides local partner communities in event planning, leads the team of UMass Boston staff and “Roadie” volunteers in providing event-day logistics, and directs post-production processing. Email Carolyn.
Meghan Bailey, Processing Archivist
Meghan is responsible for the digital preservation of the photographs, videos, and stories collected at Mass. Memories Road Show events. Email Meghan.
Sarah Collins, Community Archives Grant Project Manager
From 2019-2022, through a grant from the Institute for Museums and Library Sciences, Sarah oversaw UASC’s efforts to create an accessible, adaptable, and engaging “roadmap” to guide libraries of all kinds and sizes through the process of planning event-based participatory archiving programs with the communities they serve. Explore RoPA, the Roadmap for Participatory Archiving.
Andrew Elder, Interim University Archivist and Curator of Special Collections
Andrew contributes to program strategic planning, event-day logistics, and post-event collections preservation and processing. Email Andrew.
Joanne Riley, Interim Dean of University Libraries at UMass Boston
Joanne originated and was the founding director of the Mass. Memories Road Show program and continues to support its strategic initiatives. Email Joanne.
The Mass. Memories Road Show is produced by University Archives and Special Collection (UASC) in the Healey Library at UMass Boston, and all members of the UASC team contribute to the program in a variety of essential ways. The UASC team:
- Meghan Bailey – Processing Archivist
- Patricia Bruttomesso – Archival Collections Project Manager
- Andrew Elder – Interim University Archivist and Curator of Special Collections
- Carolyn Goldstein – Public History and Community Archives Program Manager
- Jessica Holden – Reference Archivist
- Joanne Riley – Reference Archivist