Megan McShea

Megan McShea

Megan McShea is the Audiovisual Archivist at the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. In her current role, she developed and implemented a program for managing the audiovisual materials in manuscript collections at the Archives. She is the author of the Archives’ Guidelines to Processing Collections with Audiovisual Material. Megan has presented her work on managing archival audiovisual material at professional meetings of SAA, ICA-SUV, IASA, MARAC, the New York Archivists’ Roundtable, and the CLIR Hidden Collections program.She previously worked as a processing archivist at the Archives for an initiative that resulted in making fully digitized manuscript collections available online.

Megan received her MLS from University of Maryland–College Park and a BA in Cultural Anthropology from Duke University.