Gallinger ConsultING

Michelle Gallinger is the principal of Gallinger Consulting where she provides technological insight into decision-making processes. She offers strategic planning guidance; develops policies, guidelines, and action plans for her clients; provides stakeholder facilitation services; and coordinates collaborative technological initiatives.

Gallinger’s clients include:

  • Council of State Archivists (CoSA)

  • Harvard Library

  • Institute of Museums and Library Services

  • Ithaka S+R

  • Library of Congress

  • Maryland State Archives

  • Metropolitan New York Library Council

  • Wisconsin State Historical Society

Prior to consulting, Gallinger worked at the Library of Congress developing the initial strategy for and led the creation, definition, and launch of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance in 2010. Gallinger performed policy development, strategic planning, program planning, and research and analysis at the Library of Congress. She has also designed and managed digitization services, overseen the formation of and policy development for the Colonial Williamsburg Rockefeller Library’s Digital Library, and worked for Gartner Dataquest.