Danielle Price, the Wyoming State Library’s Digital Initiatives Librarian, has decided to leave the WSL and relocate to Spokane, Washington. Her last day is August 13.
“I enjoyed working at WSL,” Danielle said. “I hope life is as good to all of you as you have been to me.”
Danielle joined the State Library in March of 2018. She graduated from the Wyoming Library Leadership Institute later that year.
During her time at the WSL, she worked primarily with digital state documents, adding greatly to the online collections. The WSL uses a “spider” to find new, born-digital state documents. Over the three years she was here, she pulled and reviewed 172,800,000 files and added 10,912 records to the Wyoming State Publications database. During the addition of State Publications to the Digital Public Library of America, she edited all 30,000+ records in the database multiple times during the year and a half process. She also helped transition Wyoming State Publications and Wyoming Trademarks to the new interface for the Digital Collection Suite.
“Danielle has been a wonderful addition to our team at the WSL,” said Abby Beaver, Information Services Manager. “We’ve all greatly enjoyed her stories and adventures with her bestie, Bruce [her pug]. We wish her well and know she’ll do great things in her future!”