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Kate Murray

Library of Congress
Digital Projects Coordinator
Washington, DC
Kate Murray is the Digital Projects Coordinator in the Digital Collections Management and Services at the Library of Congress where she leads the Federal Agencies Digital Guidelines Initiative (FADGI) Audio-Visual Working Group and the Sustainability of Digital Formats website. Prior to joining the Library of Congress, Kate was the Digitization Process Development Specialist at the National Archives and Records Administration specializing in standardizing and documenting moving image and audio formats. Previous affiliations include the University of Maryland Libraries, Emory University Libraries, University of Cape Town Libraries and NYU Libraries. Kate is a member of AMIA (Preservation Committee co-chair 2010-2013), IASA (Technical Committee member), SMPTE, ISO/TC171/SC2 (PDF standards committees) and ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34/JWG 7 (EPUB standards committee). She was the co-chair of the Mellon Foundation/Digital Preservation Coalition's Task Force on Technical Approaches to Email Archiving, co-coordinator of the 2015 Archiving Email Symposium, co-coordinator of the 2017 Architecture, Design and Engineering Asset Summit Symposium and co-coordinator of Born to Be 3D in 2018. Kate received her undergraduate degree in Medieval Literature from Columbia University and her MBIBL from the University of Cape Town.