SFPL Volunteer & former, Research Library Manager
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Cindy Hill has worked as an information professional in a variety of industries including environmental, engineering consulting, executive recruiting, high technology and is now the manager of the Research Library and Bank Archives at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Cindy is active in her profession and is a past-president of SLA (Special Libraries Association), SLA Fellow and in 2014 received SLA's highest honor, the John Cotton Dana Award. She frequently speaks about the information profession, innovation and the impact of technology and its potential. She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from San Jose State University.
Her favorite country is Iceland because its rugged terrain was once used by astronauts to train for their Moon landings. Cindy has been to US NASA's Space Camp twice.