Rebecca Chandler specializes in analysis and recommendations for digitization workflows, infrastructure, and staffing, as well as preservation assessments at AVPreserve, a consulting and software development firm that works internationally with a focus on empowering organizations to maximize the usability of their content. Recently, she has worked with such institutions as the National Library of Medicine, Colgate University, Yale University, and NEDCC. Rebecca is also an experienced audio engineer, having worked in audio post-production at Broadway Video, Creative Group, and Sony Music Studios. She earned her MLIS with an Archives certificate from Pratt Institute and holds a BM in Music Technology from NYU. Her background in library science and her passion for audiovisual materials has made her flexible, as well as appreciative of and open to diverse approaches or viewpoints that impact the creation and care of archival collections.