Maureen provides strategic insights for publishers, associations and information managers that support their use of technology to enhance the value of information and to create new market opportunities. Recent projects have involved mediating between the capabilities of technology suppliers and the business requirements of their customers. She has a deep understanding of search technology and interfaces, computer-aided indexing technology, taxonomy development and implementation, and industry standards for e-publishing.
Experience with strategic planning, business needs analysis, process analysis, systems design and development, as well as production management form a solid basis for grounded recommendations. Maureen held increasingly responsible positions at Biosis that include VP of Operations, followed by VP Planning & Strategic Development. She subsequently served as Executive Director of Strategic Development at Nstein Technologies, which offers indexing and retrieval technology services that support enhanced search capabilities.
Maureen has spoken at industry conferences and frequently works with NFAIS to organize conferences such as “Google, the Web and the Future Roles of Publishers and Libraries” and “The Mobile Delivery of Content.” She is Past President of the ASIDIC (Association of Information & Dissemination Centers). Maureen has a B.A. from Rutgers and completed a program on Building a Business Case at Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.