Instructional Technologies Project Manager
213 Butler Library
Kerri is the Project Manager for the Instructional Technologies team at the Center for Teaching and Learning. She focuses on managing and guiding the design and development of learning resources and course content in collaboration with learning designers, media producers, software developers, and faculty.
Prior to joining CTL Kerri worked at Columbia University Libraries as a Project Manager, first in the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, and then in the Digital Project Management Office. She managed multiple digital projects and initiatives during her time at the Libraries, including the publication program and the development of a publishing platform for student and faculty editors, as well as the redesign and migration to a new tech stack for the University’s Institutional Repository, Academic Commons
. Kerri earned her Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science from Pratt Institute, and graduated with her B.A. in Studio Art and United States History from Clark University in Worcester, MA.
When she is not working Kerri enjoys reading, creating tiny watercolor paintings, and taking care of her many plants at her home in Brooklyn.