I work on behalf of ATSG for the U.S. Department of State’s Office of American Spaces. I graduated from the University of Maryland’s iSchool in 2008 with a Master’s degree in Library Science. My master’s thesis, “Advanced Content In State E-Government: Criteria for Evaluation“, analyzed the use of five types of advanced content in state government websites: audio and video content, RSS feeds, podcasts, blogs, and participative services. My (incomplete) resume is on LinkedIn.
I have been an active member of the Special Libraries Association (SLA), receiving one of its Rising Star awards in 2012. I presently serve as membership chair and webmaster for the World Football Caucus. I previously served as Chair for the Government Information Division and for the First Five Years Advisory Council, and as webmaster for the Government Information Division. I am also a member of the American Library Association (ALA) and Potomac Technical Processing Librarians (PTPL).
I have a blog, which feels strangely old-school these days. I tweet @czammarelli.com. I say silly things on FriendFeed. I am foolhardily recording game plays at BoardGameGeek. My wife and I write extensively about the Eurovision Song Contest at Eurovision Lemurs.