Meet The Team

Meghan Musolff

DJA Consultant, brings experience in instructional design, project management, facilitation and change management to DJA engagements. Meghan’s full-time position is Lead Project Manager at the University of Michigan Library. In this role, she is responsible for project management leadership and consults with library colleagues on the planning, implementation, team formation, communication, and assessment of library-wide change initiatives, projects, and teams. She works with colleagues to identify project resources, dependencies and barriers, and facilitates shifts in approach in response to situational, environmental, or organizational changes. 

Meghan stewards the portfolio of work related to the Library’s Strategic Framework and collaborates with library colleagues to develop systems, processes, policies, and tools that ensure activities are aligned with the library’s mission, values, and strategic objectives.

In order to foster healthy project management practices and methodologies in the library, she provides guidance to the library community by creating and curating resources, tools, and training opportunities, in areas such as strategic planning, systems thinking, change management, organizational development, inclusive meeting facilitation and self-care. She is the co-chair of the Library’s Project Management Special Interest Group and facilitates project management workshops across the U-M campus.

Meghan has been with the University of Michigan for 14 years. Before her current position, she was the Program Manager for Library IT Services, Training, and Assessment. Prior to joining the U-M Library, she was the Assistant Coordinator of the Visual Resource Collection in the History of Art Department at U-M and the Kress Fellow in Art Librarianship at Yale University.

She holds an M.A. in Art History from Michigan State University and an M.L.I.S. from Dominican University.

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