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Maddy Vericker, MLIS

Maddy Vericker, MLIS

Digital Asset Specialist and Librarian



I am a digital information professional (MLIS 1/2017), researcher, and designer dedicated to facilitating user-friendly access to digital collections.





Brown University

Senior Library Specialist, Electronic Resources


St. John's University

Master of Library and Information Science

With my MLIS from St. John's Division of Library and Information Science, I explored the intersection between technology and information services, with an emphasis on design, interoperability, and equity of access.

Hasbro, Inc.

Digital Asset Administrator

As a Digital Asset Administrator for Hasbro's Creative Development Studios, I managed Toy and Games digital assets through their lifecycle in the Hasbro Content Services Portal (HCSP) by editing asset metadata on ingestion, coordinating with Global Brand Teams on reveal dates, assigning security policies based on IP-sensitivity, and archiving assets from past seasons.

DLISSA - SJU's Library & Information Science Student Association

Founder & Secretary

Earning my MLIS degree online left me wanting the IRL interactions with my cohort I expected as a graduate student, so when I approached my fellow DLIS graduate assistants to found an active student association, I was ecstatic to find that they wanted the same thing! With a ton of support from our department and peers, DLISSA became the social nexus of our program.

Professional Memberships

American Library Association ›


ALA New Member Round Table ›


Nicole Migeon Architect

Administrative and Marketing Assistant

This was a dynamic part-time role that incorporates aspects of administration, office management, marketing, and design support. At NMA, a boutique architectural design firm, I worked with three design professionals as they managed projects from conception to evaluation. I also helped develop marketing campaigns and identify PR opportunities.

The George Washington University

Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology

I have wanted to be an LIS professional for as long as I can remember, and used my undergraduate degree in Cultural Anthropology as a platform to explore how humans interact with & shape information - and to develop research skills.

degree awarded cum laude with 3.55 GPA

Temporary Employment

Administrative Assistant

My two long-term temporary assignments, at MES Solutions in Mass. and Zeta Interactive in NYC, provided a platform to develop administrative and marketing skills in ways that are not possible in retail management. My time at Zeta, in particular, elevated my data analysis toolkit to an advanced level and served as my introduction to the data life cycle.

Retail & Restaurant

various positions

While in college and immediately after, I learned invaluable skills from my time working in restaurants and retail: customer service, merchandising, sales, budgeting, data analysis, assessment, and management. From a job as a cashier at Shake Shack, to a position as Merchandise Manager at ULTA Beauty, my experience in restaurants & retail shapes my work ethic.