Stanford Libraries welcomes Marlo Longley

January 4, 2022
M.A. Matienzo
Photograph of Marlo Longley

I am delighted to share the news that Marlo Longley is joining the staff of Stanford Libraries as a Digital Library Software Developer. In this role, Marlo will also be joining as a team member of Virtual Tribunals program, a collaboration between Stanford Libraries and the Stanford Center for Human Rights and International Justice. Marlo will work with other program staff in the effort to preserve and make available the Taube Archive of the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, deposited at Stanford by the International Court of Justice.

Marlo is a developer who believes technology should increase access to information and resources, and that engagement with history and culture is empowering. Marlo has a background in web development and an MLIS from San Jose State University. He's completed projects for Black Lunch Table, Canyon Cinema, Lyon-Martin Health, and the Metropolitan New York Library Council. Marlo loves getting outdoors to run, hike, garden, and learn about nature. He was born in Maine and lives in Oakland, California.

We are excited for Marlo to join us. His first day is January 10, 2022 when he joins the Access and Discovery Team in Digital Library Systems and Services, working alongside his new colleagues. His interest, experience, and contributions will help advance Virtual Tribunals, as well as other digital library initiatives at Stanford.

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