My New Venture
Today is my final day at EDINA. Rather than stepping into a new role in another institution, I’m taking a bit of a leap into the unknown. I have started my own consultancy business, Antleaf, a vehicle which allows me to take on new, challenging and rewarding work.
I’m pleased to say that, through Antleaf, I have a contract to act as the Managing Director of the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI), and I’m negotiating a contract with an institute in Japan to help with an exciting development there, so Antleaf seems to be off to a good start!
After four good years, I am moving on from EDINA. My last day there will be the 16th October.
I have very much enjoyed my time at EDINA, which has allowed me to work with some very smart people, on some great services and projects. For many years EDINA has made a valuable contribution to the fabric of teaching, learning and research in universities in the UK and I am grateful for having had the chance to be a part of that, working in such areas as scholarly communications, digital preservation, mobile development and citizen science, metadata management, open-access repositories and more.