Pamella R. Lach (she/her/hers) is the Digital Humanities Librarian at San Diego State University, which occupies the traditional lands of the Kumeyaay. She is Director of the Library’s Digital Humanities Center and Co-Director of SDSU’s Digital Humanities Initiative. Pam’s work explores how new and emerging technologies transform humanistic scholarship and pedagogy. Her areas of interest include data visualization, folksonomy, user experience design, digital pedagogy, surveillance, critical librarianship, and anti-racist digital humanities. Previously she was the Associate Director of the Digital Innovation Lab at UNC, where she oversaw the work of the Lab and was the Project Manager for DH Press, a WordPress-based digital humanities visualization toolkit. She has a PhD in U.S. Cultural History with an emphasis on gender and film history from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a MS in Information Science from UNC’s School of Information and Library Science.