Amy S. Jackson is Director of Instruction & Outreach at the University of New Mexico, and has previously held positions of Performing Arts & Digital Arts Librarian, Digital Initiatives Librarian, and Metadata Technician. She earned a MLIS from Simmons College in Boston, MA, and a Master of Music from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University. She has worked with students in the library and through the institutional repository, and enjoys making connections through the work students are passionate about. She advocates for non-traditional library users, including performing artists, by engaging in their process and offering library resources and spaces. Amy is also writing a book on music research data management, and has published books and articles on music data curation, music history, and metadata.