Kim Norman, Head of Library Conservation, Emory Libraries

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“I am very excited to return to Emory and work with the wonderful staff in Preservation.” – Kim Norman

Kim Norman is the new head of library conservation and comes to Emory (this time) after spending 12 years at the Georgia Archives, where she began as a contract conservator in 2006 and later accepted the roles of conservator and preservation manager. Kim’s career includes twenty-five years in private conservation practice and two previous positions in the Emory conservation office, from 2002-2005 and from 2011-2013, both during the tenure of Ann Frellsen, who retired last year.

Born and raised in Dayton, OH, Kim earned her bachelor’s degree in economics and sociology from Sweet Briar College in VA, and her master’s degree in book arts and printmaking at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA.

One of Kim’s favorite pastimes is traveling. She once volunteered in the Sudan for three months as a college student, an experience she thinks about every day. She also enjoyed a visit to the Isle of Skye, off the coast of Scotland. She also likes to knit and has two kids, one who is at the University of Georgia and the other who is a senior in high school.

“I am very excited to return to Emory and work with the wonderful staff in Preservation, most of whom I have known since 2002,” said Kim.

You can reach her at kim [dot] norman [at] emory [dot] edu.

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