Meghan Frazer served as OhioLINK as its manager, Member and User Services until April 2018.
Previously, Frazer managed the digital library and archives at the Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University, and served as the digital resources librarian at Kenyon College, where she worked extensively with the OhioLINK Digital Resources Management Committee. Before attending library school, she worked in software quality assurance as well as software implementation and training in the K-12 environment. Her Master of Library and Information Science (2008) is from Kent State University and her undergraduate degree in Computer and Information Science (2001) is from The Ohio State University.
She also served as the co-project manager on the NEH Digital Humanities grant-supported project "One Week | One Tool" Institute for Advanced Topics in Digital Humanities, which created Serendip-o-matic (http://serendipomatic.org/). In 2011, Frazer was named as the first Rick Peterson Fellow, co-sponsored by the Council on Library and Information Resources / National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (http://www.nitle.org/news/story.php?id=173). She is a regular contributor to the ACRL TechConnect blog (http://acrl.ala.org/techconnect/).