Mimi Calter is Special Projects Librarian & Intellectual Property Manager for the Stanford University Libraries & Academic Information Resources (SULAIR). There she developed the Stanford Copyright Renewal Database, which assists copyright researchers in assessing the renewal status of US works. She also coordinates copyright policy for the library, and manages the intellectual property of William Saroyan, who's copyrights came to Stanford along with his archive.
Prior to joining SULAIR, Mimi was a Knowledge Manager for the Technology, Media & Telecom industry group for the Investment Banking division of Goldman Sachs, where she developed and maintained systems and ontologies for managing internal work product, in addition to providing reference and research services. She worked as a researcher at PricewaterhouseCoopers before joining GS, and spent the early part of her career working in technical publishing.
Mimi received a Masters in Library & Information Science from Drexel University in 1997, and a BA in English from the University Of Pennsylvania in 1990.
Special Projects Librarian and Intellectual Property Manager
Stanford University Libraries
101 Green Library Stanford, CA 94305-6004