• Government Records Section, State Archives of North Carolina (June 2014 – present).  Records Management Analyst.  Consult with state and local governmental agencies on creation, maintenance, and disposition of information in all formats and media, including electronic records.  Provide advice on public records concerns, imaging technologies, filing and storage systems, and disaster recovery.  Conduct records management workshops for state and local agencies.
  • Preservation Chapel Hill (September – December 2013).  Archival Assistant.  Arranged the records of the organization, including those related to its history, research, and projects.
  • Closing the Digital Curation Gap, School of Information and Library Science, Chapel Hill, NC (January 2012 – March 2013).  Project Manager.  IMLS grant project overseen by Professors Helen Tibbo and Cal Lee.  Wrote and revised getting started guides that are targeted at professionals in small- to medium-sized repositories that are looking to begin working with electronic records.  Updated Drupal web site with new content and technical fixes.  Conducted interviews with practitioners and incorporated videos into web site. Organized summary meeting.
  • Special Collections, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (June-August 2012). Graduate Assistant.  Processed collection of records from the UNC Athletics Department.  Arranged and described records and created EAD-compliant XML finding aid (http://www.lib.unc.edu/mss/uars/ead/40093.html).



  • Society of American Archivists annual meeting (18 August 2018).  Presented a conference session entitled “Opportunities in Change: Transition to Functional Records Scheduling in Washington, Wyoming, and North Carolina.”
  • Librarians’ Association at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Research Forum (9 May 2013).  Presented a lightning talk entitled “Bridging the Gap: Handling Born-Digital Records in Manuscript Repositories.”  (view PDF of slideshow: Bailey_lightning)



  • Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) Enterprise Content Management Specialist, 2016.
  • Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) Electronic Records Management Practitioner, 2015.
  • School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
    Master of Science in Library Science, May 2013.
    Concentration in Archives and Records Management.
    Master’s Paper: Bridging the Gap: Handling Born-Digital Records in Manuscript Repositories (https://cdr.lib.unc.edu/record?id=uuid%3aeafafc18-bf84-4aaa-aba8-97c8e4fd18d8).
  • National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, 2003.
    Adolescence and Young Adulthood: Social Studies – History
  • Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
    Master of Arts in Teaching (Social Studies), May 1995.
    North Carolina “g” Teaching Certificate: Comprehensive Social Studies.
    Bachelor of Arts in History, May 1994.
    William J. Griffith University Service Award, 1994.
    Certificate in Women’s Studies.
    Thesis: Triple Jeopardy: The Scars of Black Women in Tobacco Factories.


  • Society of American Archivists
  • Society of North Carolina Archivists
    • Journal editor (2014-present)
    • Newsletter editor (2015-present)


Riverside High School, Durham, NC (1995-2011).

  • Social Studies Teacher.  Taught Economic, Legal and Political Systems, World Geography, World History, AP European History, and United States History (standard, honors, and AP).  Chosen by school administration to revamp World Geography curriculum (1996).  Frequent lead teacher for inclusion U.S. History classes for learning disabled students.  Varsity women’s soccer coach (1995-1998).  Received technology grant award to implement use of laptop computers in the classroom (2002).
  • Department Chairperson (1998-99, 2001-10).


  • Ackland Art Museum (17 May 2008).  Presented a workshop entitled “Doing Work: Images of American Workers.”
  • North Carolina Council for Social Studies Annual Conference (22 February 2007).  Presented a workshop entitled “Doing More with Less: Simplifying the Teaching of U.S. History.”
  • North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.  Presented a workshop entitled “World History Curriculum Overview” (16 June 2003).  Presented a workshop entitled “A Social Studies Compass: Setting Directions for Success – World History Trainers Workshop” (5 April 2003).
  • Durham Public Schools (6 August 2001).  Presented a workshop entitled “Tools for Teaching U.S. History.”


  • Landmarks of American History Summer Seminars
    Chosen to attend summer workshops funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities in 2004, 2006-2008, and 2010-2011.
  • Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History Summer Seminars
    Chosen to attend summer workshops in 2005 and 2011.
  • Department of Education Teaching American History Grants
    Embodied Presidency (2007-2009).
    Researched Presidents Woodrow Wilson and Franklin D. Roosevelt through this Department of Education-funded program organized by the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics.
  • History Connect (2002-2005).
    Aided in writing Department of Education grant proposal for Durham Public Schools and participated in seminars investigating the impact of local history around six key topics (Constitution, Slavery, Civil War, Industrialization and the New South, the Jim Crow Era and the Civil Rights Movement, and the U.S. as a World Power).  Maintained web site that shared program information, meeting notes, lesson plans, and photographs from site visits alongside annotated links to other relevant web sites.


  • Duke Medicine Global.  Administrative Assistant (December 2013 – June 2014).  Conduct research on creation of a learning healthcare system in the Middle East.  Track the budget and overall progress of the project.  Arrange international travel for work teams.  Coordinate deliverables from all workstreams and compile final proposals for the client.
  • Duke Obesity Prevention Program.  Office Manager (October 2011 – January 2012).  Filled a temporary position for Dr. Gary Bennett in the Duke Global Health Initiative, proofreading grant proposals, liaising with research partners, overseeing budgets, and coordinating travel and advising schedules.
  • North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.  Curriculum Writer (2009-10). Contracted to write a new Standard Course of Study for the high school United States History course.  Curriculum Revision (2007).  Contracted to revise the support documents for the high school United States History course.  Test Writer and Reviewer (2002-2010).  Chosen to write test items for the new U.S. History North Carolina End-of-Course Test and to edit items and field test forms for the U.S. History and Civics and Economics tests.  Curriculum Writer (2001-2004).  Contracted to write a new Standard Course of Study and the accompanying support documents for the high school World History course.
  • Educational Testing Service.  Reader for Advanced Placement United States History Exams (2005).
  • Master of Arts in Teaching Program, Duke University.  Mentor Teacher (1999-2001). Mentored four graduate students in their social studies student teaching.
  • Professor Alexander Keyssar, Duke University, Durham, NC (1993-2000).  Research Assistant.  Researched state constitutions to determine the influence of race, class, and gender on voting rights throughout the history of the United States.  Summarized relevant documentation for use in writing The Right to Vote: The Contested History of Democracy in the United States.  Copyedited manuscript.
  • National Collegiate Software, Duke University Press, Durham, NC (1990-1991).  Editor. Tested educational software and proofread manuals. Created layouts for manuals using Aldus PageMaker.


Expert in Windows-based programs, including the Microsoft and WordPerfect office suites.  Substantial experience with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere Elements, Adobe Acrobat Pro, HTML, Drupal, Oxygen, and the Macintosh platform.


  • Duke University Alumni Association Triangle Board (2018-present)
  • Duke University Chapel Choir (1990-present)
  • USTA league tennis (2000-present)

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