Interim AUL for Collection Strategies, Northwestern University
Qiana Johnson is currently the Northwestern University Libraries’ Interim Associate University Librarian for Collections Strategies. Qiana graduated from the University of Chicago with a bachelor’s in English Language and Literature and with a master’s in Library and Information Science from Dominican University. She has worked at the Northwestern University Libraries since 2004 first as a Reference and Instruction Librarian. Her recent research interests include collection assessment methods at large research libraries and strategic planning for collections. A recent article was “Moving from Analysis to Assessment: Strategic Assessment of Library Collections.” She is active with the American Library Association and the Reference and User Services Association and was named to the first cohort of ALA’s Policy Corps. Qiana is also a member of the Library Freedom Project.