Knowledge and Resource Manager
Elizabeth (Liz) Grace is the Knowledge and Resource Manager at Clean Air Task Force (CATF). Her work centers on facilitating information sharing and cross-programmatic collaboration to accelerate the success of CATF staff. Liz maintains a central repository of CATF records, tracks the organization’s analytical outputs, and maintains vetted assumptions and data sets used across all CATF programs. She provides advanced consulting research services and manages the organization’s growing collection of scholarly research and news subscriptions.
Prior to joining CATF, Liz worked as Head of Collections and Systems at the University of Rochester Medical Center’s Edward G. Miner Health Sciences Library, where she led the collections and acquisitions team, provided access to and curated essential biomedical resources, and fostered collaborative collection development strategies. Liz managed core shared library systems and centralized resources, with a focus on cross-institutional cooperation for the advancement of university-wide scholarly resource strategies. She also delivered expert literature searching services, worked with students, staff, trainees, and faculty, and taught curriculum-integrated courses to medical, biomedical, nursing, and dentistry students. Liz began her career as a medical librarian for a pediatric rehabilitation hospital.
Liz has a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology from Binghamton University, a Master of Library and Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh, and an Education Doctorate in higher education administration from the University of Rochester.