Nancy MacKay brings twenty-five years experience in librarianship, oral history and community history to the Oakland Living History Program. At Mills since 1989 and coordinator of the OLHP since 2002, Nancy’s expertise is in project management, archiving, cataloging and community work. In addition to her work at Mills, Nancy has consulted for oral history projects, conducted workshops, made presentations at conferences and community groups, and written on oral history and archiving. Her own oral history work deals with with Croatian Americans in the Bay Area (see here.) She is the author of After the interview : curating oral histories in the 21st century (Forthcoming: LeftCoast Press, 2006). She has a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology and a Masters degree in Library and Information Science, both from UC Berkeley.