Megan Fox is the associate vice president of KMIT, overseeing the development and implementation of systems that gather and leverage the intellectual content generated by Jobs for the Future and its partners. This includes illuminating cross-project opportunities, leveraging learning and best practices across the organization, and ultimately extending JFF’s influence in the field. Ms. Fox also leads the effective utilization of technology to further JFF’s goals. Ms. Fox is a nationally recognized leader in the application of new and emerging technologies to information management and access. She has worked as a librarian and IT professional in higher education for 15 years and is a frequent speaker in the field. At Simmons College, she served as associate director for technology and special projects and special projects analyst for the Administration and Planning Department. Ms. Fox also served as adjunct faculty for the Graduate School of Library and Information Science graduate and continuing education programs, specializing in digital information sources and services. Ms. Fox received her B.A. in history and literature from Trinity College, M.A. in literature from Boston College, and M.L.S. from Simmons Graduate School of Library and Information Science.