NC LIVE staff

Kim Henze
Community Engagement Librarian

Kim is the Community Engagement Librarian at NC LIVE, where she runs communications, outreach, partnerships, and the marketing and promotion of NC LIVE resources. Before joining NC LIVE in June 2017, Kim worked at the Undergraduate Library at UNC-Chapel Hill, where she held workshops and consultations at the UL’s Design Lab and supported undergraduate engagement for UNC Libraries. Kim also served as an Artists’ Archives Fellow for the School of Information and Library Science and the Department of Art and Art History at UNC, where she worked with local artists and communities (and subsequently fell in love with North Carolina).

Kim grew up in Fargo, ND, and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Environmental Studies from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. She holds a Master of Science in Library Science and a Master of Arts in Art History from UNC-Chapel Hill.

Kim’s favorite NC LIVE resource is Mango, which offers courses on endangered languages like Cherokee, Dzongkha, Scottish Gaelic, Tuvan, and Yiddish. You can connect with Kim via LinkedIn.