Anita Vannucci, Records Management Archivist, MARBL

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Anita Vannucci loves Italy, especially Florence.

Anita Vannucci has been hired to resurrect Emory’s records management program, which has been dormant since 2008. She will be working closely on updating retention schedules, organizing systematic records destruction, and managing a transfer of records to the University Archives.

Before her arrival at Emory, Anita spent a year at the Atlanta Housing Authority, where she worked with the records management program. Prior to her move to Atlanta, Anita spent seven years at the Library of Virginia, in Richmond, which was the Commonwealth’s archives and records management organization. She worked everyone from the Governor’s office to tiny municipalities, as well as all of the colleges and universities throughout the state.

Anita attended Shippensburg University, where she earned an undergraduate degree in English. She also earned her Master’s of Library Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh. She was born and raised in Reading, PA (pronounced RED-ding, for all of you confused Monopoly players out there).

For fun, she likes to read (what librarian doesn’t?) and she enjoys travel, with Florence, Italy being her favorite destination.

According to Anita, “I am excited to get the records management program back up and running. I know there is a lot of need and interest, and maybe even some people who don’t know they will be interested.”

You can reach her at anita [dot] vannucci [at] emory [dot] edu.

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