DigLibArts is governed by a Steering Committee that is a subcommittee of the College’s standing Educational Resources Committee. The Steering Committee advises the Director on allocation of funding, events, programming, and faculty awards. DigLibArts is led by Director Andrea Rehn, along with two Project Leads, Bill Kronholm and Nat Zappia. Each of the three lead one our long term “pillar” projects: “Master of Domains” Bill Kronholm leads our campus webhosting service for faculty, staff, and students; Nat Zappia leads a public digital humanities initiative to map gardens in the Los Angeles area through a house-built crowd-sourcing app. A team of Student Technology Liaisons works closely with the project leads.

Through various capacities and programs, DigLibArts supports faculty, students, and the greater Whittier College community.

Andrea Rehn

Director, DigLibArts; Project Lead: Poetfolio
Professor of English
Associate Dean for Whittier Scholars

Bill Kronholm

Project Lead: Whittier.Domains
Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science

Nat Zappia

Project Lead: mAPPing California’s “Gold”
Associate Professor of History

Student Technology Liaisons

Poetfolio Interns: Jenna Gelinas, Priscilla Villa, Jessica Hernandez, and Christopher Espinoza
Poetfolio Interns: Aaron Dodds
Poetfolio Interns: Carlos Gonzalez, Mikaela Malsy