Leadership

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. The leadership team is advised by a Steering Committee comprised of members of the faculty Educational Resources Committee. The Steering Committee advises on allocation of funding, events, programming, and faculty and student awards.

 
 


Nat Zappia

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

Interns: Carlos Gonzalez, Mikaela Malsy

Bill Kronholm

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

Intern: Aaron Dodds

 

Andrea Rehn

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

Interns: Jenna Gelinas, Priscilla Villa, and Christopher Espinoza