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  • 1. Joe Murphy libraryfuture@gmail.com 100 N Arlington Ave #100 Reno, NV 89501 ! The story of libraries is an example of innovating through constant change. I bring that experience through partnerships, creative growth opportunities, and analyzing directions. I have expressed my professional passion for collaborative growth which is applicable well beyond libraries by means of plotting opportunities to move libraries towards high level creative futures. ! Strengths: - Strategic partnerships and novel collaborations to boost growth & exposure. - Connecting corporate, academic, and public leadership with clients and collaborators. - Analysis and research: markets, competitors, trends, economic opportunities. - Exploring growth through new technology and culture directions. - Marketing, product testing, leveraging diverse visions to position us at the bleeding edge. ! Experience: Library Future Consultant, Trend Spotter. LibraryFuture. 7/2014 - Present. Keynote speeches and consulting worldwide on directions for libraries and vendors. Identifying opportunities and collaborators, synthesizing technology changes, analyzing trends and their impact. I reach a wide spectrum of leadership, associations, and visionaries from every continent as a recognized professional speaker with recent keynote talks at events in: Australia - Hong Kong - New Zealand - Netherlands - Singapore - South Africa - UK - All US regions. ! Director, Library Futures. Innovative Interfaces. 9/2013 – 7/2014. Leading library technology company • Facilitated building the future of libraries by empowering creative professionals. • Leveraged partnerships within and beyond the library industry. • Helped clients enter new conversations such as at the SXSW conference. • Ran programming connecting clients & leadership. • Expanded the impact and brand of libraries as future-oriented partners. • Expanded the company’s reach in impactful conversations alongside thought leaders. • Informed product direction with product management, marketing, sales, executives. ! Yale University, Science Librarian II: Instruction & Tech Coordinator. 2007–2011. Assisted research, managed budgets, teaching, and technology across six branches, built collections in various formats, designed and provided front-end service & leadership, webmaster, collaborated with multiple technical scientific disciplines. Education: Master of Library & Information Science, University of Hawaii. 2006. BA Physics, Syracuse University, 2003. ! Publications: Book series co-editor, author, editor, & topic consultant for three books. Guest Editor: multiple special issues of scholarly journal The Reference Librarian. Author of peer reviewed articles, proceedings, introductions, reviews, & feature pieces. ! Reach and Impact: • Serves multiple professional associations and conferences. • Wide & deep impact: online Klout score of 67 (top 5 %), 14.7K Twitter followers. • A Library Journal Mover & Shaker in 2009 and a 2007 ALA Emerging Leader. !L ibraries live at the junction of changing technology, media, and consumer evolutions. I have helped advance an industry facing threats by forging connections and expanding creative solutions and can leverage this experience as a launchpad to our joint growth. Joe Murphy - http://libraryfuture.com