1. Jessica Hernandez, Networking Queen | Library Journal Movers & Shakers

Many new library professionals are pushing the boundaries of the profession through nontraditional roles. As a program analyst at the Office of Science and Engineering Laboratories (OSEL) in the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) at the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Jessica Hernandez is one of them. “At a very basic level, I help to create systems and processes that capture, manage, and provide access to the information, data, and knowledge people need to do their jobs,” she says. “On some days, I’m an information architect or experience designer for a repository project; on others, I’m a project manager for a database development project; and on others, I’m my office’s data steward, helping to ensure data quality standards.”

    Jessica Hernandez, Networking Queen | Library Journal Movers & Shakers

    Many new library professionals are pushing the boundaries of the profession through nontraditional roles. As a program analyst at the Office of Science and Engineering Laboratories (OSEL) in the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) at the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Jessica Hernandez is one of them. “At a very basic level, I help to create systems and processes that capture, manage, and provide access to the information, data, and knowledge people need to do their jobs,” she says. “On some days, I’m an information architect or experience designer for a repository project; on others, I’m a project manager for a database development project; and on others, I’m my office’s data steward, helping to ensure data quality standards.”

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