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Meet the Information & Library Services team

Ange Fitzpatrick

Information and Library Services Manager

Ange is committed to providing the best data and reports for all CJBS students, staff, and faculty. She loves solving problems, so is a good person to ask about finding, using and presenting information. Ange regularly teaches on social media, and is particularly interested in browser augmentation and task scheduling. She also shares her specialist knowledge of all things tech through writing her Tech Tips and Tricks with Ange series on the Information and Library Services blog.

When she’s not being a librarian, she is a scout troop leader.

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Melendra Sanders

Deputy Information and Library Services Manager

Melendra is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Information Centre. She ensures access to our database subscriptions are maintained and provides support to all members of the Business School with their research enquiries and teaching needs.

Melendra is passionate about equality and accessibility and has worked to make the Fiction, Weird Ideas & Disruptive Thinking, and Boost collections more diverse. If you have an accessibility question or need assistance, drop her a line.

Melendra enjoys exploring the area on foot or via bicycle when the weather allows. She also likes crafting and is always finding crafts to try out on Pinterest. She’s dabbled in ceramics, knitting, 3D printing, and organic gardening.

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Amy Theobald

User Experience Librarian

Amy has worked in Cambridge Libraries for over 10 years. As User Experience Librarian, she will be supporting distance learners and conducting research into how the library and its services are used. She has a particular interest in creating accessible resources.

Amy will also be providing training on numerous skills – from referencing to getting the most out of our resources. She also keeps up to date on topics such as copyright, open access and research data management.

Outside of work, Amy enjoys comics, video games and fashion history. She is rarely seen without a coffee in her hand!

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Lauren Carter

Senior Library & Information Assistant

Lauren always has a book on the go and writes novels, short stories and poetry in her spare time. She also makes videos and takes photos, mainly of her dogs and books.

Lauren provides support on research enquiries, use of Qualtrics for online surveys and updating reading lists.

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Sam Dunkley

Senior Library & Information Assistant

Sam is a member of the assistant librarian team – with a background in public, medical, law and academic libraries. As well as helping with student enquiries and reading lists, he works with Suzette to add new titles to the library’s collection so that it best reflects the ever-developing business world.

He has a particular interest in research questions, the stranger the industry the better and is keen to make the library’s databases as accessible as possible for all the students of Cambridge Judge.

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Suzette van Haaren

Senior Library & Information Assistant

Suzette is one of the assistants working in the Information Centre; there to help students with enquiries, updating reading lists, and keeping an eye on the user statistics for the business databases the library has to offer. Together with Sam, she is responsible for the ‘Special Collections’, updating the collections with new, interesting, and weird books. Suzette loves to work on fun displays and posting on social media for the library. Having recently finished her PhD, she has excellent research skills and is happy to help students with all questions related to referencing or finding data and literature.

If you see someone recklessly racing around Cambridge on an old-school Gazelle bike, you’ve likely spotted Suzette (Dutch to the core) in the wild.

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Need help?

Contact us to book a one-to-one consultation, or for help with anything else:

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Tel: +44 (0) 1223 339599