( Executive Director)
Bradley Daigle, an experienced librarian and team leader who has been with APTrust since its birth, has published and presented on a wide range of topics including mass digitization, digital curation and stewardship, sustaining digital scholarship, intellectual property issues, mentoring in libraries, and digital preservation. His research interests also include the history of the book, natural history, and early-modern British literature. In recent years, he led an NDSA project to revise the Levels of Preservation, an important tool in the practice of digital preservation. He and the project team won the inaugural International Council on Archives Award for Collaboration and Cooperation administered by the Digital Preservation Coalition and announced on World Digital Preservation Day 2020. He became executive director of APTrust in 2021.
(Lead Developer and Technical Architect)
Andrew Diamond has over twenty years of software development experience in a number of industries. He designs and codes APTrust's back-end services, web applications, REST APIs, SQL databases and DART (the Digital Archivist's Resource Tool).
(DevOps and Security Lead Engineer)
Flavia Ruffner was introduced to life as a techy by her father in the time of Arpanet, Fortran, and Basic. She made the leap as a professional approximately two decades ago. Her current role has her leading the security and devops ( infrastructure ) IT operations architecture and strategic initiatives. She works closely with Andrew Diamond on the APTrust SaaS offerings to provide the most efficient and resilient solutions.