Matthew Von Hendy is an accomplished research librarian with close to 20 years of professional experience working in a variety of science and technical libraries. Most recently, he was a Research Librarian at the National Academies of Science where he provided expert level research to teams of scientists, engineers, social scientists and statisticians; his work there was cited in 10 different National Academy reports. Von Hendy has also worked at the NASA Center for Aerospace Information, the EPA Public Access/Headquarters Information Center and Strayer University.
Von Hendy is also involved in the Special Library Association (SLA) and Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP). He has been chair of the Public Policy section of the SLA Social Science Division for the past 2 years. Matt has also presented at local and national conferences.
He has a Master’s of Library Science degree from the University of Kentucky and Master’s of American History degree from the University of New Hampshire. He also has a Bachelor of Arts degree (history) from Oberlin College.
In his free time, Matt enjoys running, cycling and birding.