Career Stories

Career Stories

Date et heure: Mardi 27e Juin 2017 6pm-8pm

Lieu: Entreprise & IP Centre, Premier étage,La British Library, 96 Euston Road, Londres, NW1 2DB



Neil Infield, Entreprise & IP Centre Manager, British Library

Sally Connor, Strategic Analyst, EY

Virginia Malone, Head of Library Services, University of Greenwich

Cerys Hearsey, Principal & Lead Consultant, Postshift

The information and library profession has seen great changes over the last 20 ans. Many of the jobs that exist now were simply undreamt of when many people began their careers. À la fois, many roles have disappeared. To thrive, information professionals have had to continuously adapt and acquire new skills whilst promoting the value of their traditional ones.

Four seasoned professionals drawn from different industry sectors share their career stories with us tonight. What have been the highlights (and lowlights) of their careers? What would they have done differently if they had the chance? Where do they see future opportunities in the profession developing?

There will be a short break for refreshments mid-way through the talks.

When we have heard from the final speaker, the panel will take your questions.

We must have left the British Library by 8pm but this doesn’t mean the end of the evening! There will be an opportunity to continue the conversation in a local pub.

Members Free

Non-members £8 + booking fee. Price includes sandwiches, snacks and drinks at the British Library.

Please meet in the networking area of the Business & IP Centre on the first floor. We will then move to the adjoining Orange Room.

The talks will start promptly at 6:15pm as we need to leave the British Library by 8pm.


6:00-6:15 Meet

6:15 Talks start promptly

6:45 15-minute interval for food and drinks

7:00 Second two speakers followed by Q&A

7:50 Leave British Library and continue the conversation at a local pub