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Leala Abbott
Metadata nerd and professional pragmatist. I drink a lot of coffee, pick locks and play soccer.
Senior Content Strategist at Huge
From New York City
MLIS | Metadata and Taxonomy Specialist Throughout her diverse 10-year career in information management Leala has worked extensively in both for-profit and non-profit sectors. During this time she has helped many organizations address their needs by developing resource description guidelines (metadata and taxonomies), recommending appropriate technology solutions (DAM/CMS), and conducting usability analysis on information retrieval systems. Leala Abbott holds her Masters in Library and Information Science, also known as a “license to classify” from Rutgers University. Leala is also a frequent lecturer and blogger on topics such as, metadata and taxonomies, information systems, social media privacy and usability for information retrieval. She is the founder of the NY Cultural Technology meetup group and a member of Alpha One Labs, a community hackerspace in Brooklyn, NY. When not doing this-or-that, she spends an awful lot of time drinking coffee, picking locks and having existential dilemmas while writing about herself in the third person.
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