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Libraries Cabinet

The Libraries Cabinet is the University Libraries senior leadership group.

Cabinet Members

Gordon Aamot
Gordon J. Aamot
Interim Director, Information Resources and Scholarly Communications

Tania Bardyn
Tania Bardyn

Associate Dean of University Libraries
Director of the Health Sciences Library
Director, National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM) Pacific Northwest Region (PNR)

Charles Chamberlin
Charles Chamberlin

Senior Assistant for Budget and Administrative Policy

Paul J. Constantine
Paul J. Constantine

Associate Dean of University Libraries
Director of Special Collections

Cynthia Fugate
Cynthia Fugate

Senior Associate Dean of University Libraries
Associate Dean, Research and Instructional Services, and Facilities

Steve Hiller
Steve Hiller

Director of Assessment and Planning

Sarah Leadley

Sarah Leadley
Associate Dean of University Libraries
Director of University of Washington Bothell Library

Charles Lord
Charles Lord

Associate Dean of University Libraries
Director of University of Washington Tacoma Library

 


Patrick Osby


Patrick Osby

Director of Human Resources

 

 

 

Photo of Sheryl Stiefel, Advancement Director
Sheryl Stiefel

Director of Advancement



Dean Betsy Wilson

Lizabeth (Betsy) A. Wilson
Vice Provost for Digital Initiatives and Dean of University Libraries

MW Rate Sheet

Sheryl joined UW Libraries as Director for Advancement in February 2013.

Sheryl values education!  She is the first woman in her family to graduate from high school and go on to college and graduate school. She comes to UW with more than 25 years of experience as a nonprofit executive and community volunteer working with biomedical research centers, hospitals, museums, primary and secondary schools, and universities.

Sheryl began her career as an archaeologist in the American Southwest, Kenya and British Columbia.  From 1983 to 1998, she was intimately involved with collections, exhibitions, and education programs at Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry, serving as Deputy Director and Chief Curator from 1986 to 1998.  Subsequently, Sheryl moved into health-care and biomedical research philanthropy at Overlake Hospital, Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute, Virginia Mason and Benaroya Research Institute, and most recently as chief philanthropy officer at Bastyr University.

Her community involvement includes serving on the board of Washington State History Museum (Tacoma) and rDNA Research Committee at the Veterans Administration. Sheryl is a past board member and Volunteer of the Year (2011) for Puget Sound Komen for the Cure. Sheryl received a BA in Anthropology from Pitzer College in Claremont, California and MA Anthropology from University of British Columbia in Vancouver.