Anne Ostendarp

Anne Ostendarp is a consulting and project archivist. Her career in archives started in 1983 as an archives assistant. She has served as archivist in research and college library special collections settings at Dartmouth College (1992-2002), University of Connecticut (1987-1991), and Amherst College (1985-86, 1991-93). She was processing archivist at the Ford Foundation (1986-87). Anne has provided historical records consultations to public libraries, town clerks, historical societies, special collections, a state archives, a hospital, a federal agency, private schools, churches, and other public and private organizations. 

Ostendarp has been active with professional associations at the local, regional, and national levels. Her constant themes have been outreach and education. Anne has served on New England Archivists program committees, the outreach committee, and as instructor of preservation and basic archives workshops. She has served on SAA’s Privacy and Confidentiality Roundtable Steering Committee and Coker Award Prize Subcommittee, and she was a member of the Committee on the Status of Women. Anne has presented papers at SAA, NEA, and MARAC.

Anne holds a bachelor’s degree in classics from the University of Massachusetts/Amherst and a master’s degree in library science from the State University of New York at Albany. She has been a Certified Archivist since 1990.

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