Kamilah Wentworth

Data Management Assistant


Kamilah joined the University of Chicago’s Regenstein Library January 2019 as the Data Management Assistant.

She works with the Natasha Sharp and Christie Thomas, Head of Data Management Services.


Kamilah Wentworth is a graduate from Dominican University with an MLIS. Her core coursework is focused in Academic and Digital Libraries. She is highly trained and educated in collection management, information storage and retrieval, special collections and archives, library user instruction and reference, as well as electronic materials (digital and born digital materials) and metadata.

Kamilah also holds a Bachelor's of Liberal Arts in History, with a minor in Political Science, and another minor in Spanish.

Institutions Degrees Obtained
Dominican University Master's of Library & Information Sciences 2015
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Bachelor's of Liberal Arts
History Major / Political Science & Spanish Minors
Prior Library Experience

Pritzker Military Museum & Library

  • Cataloging Internship Spring 2018
  • Collection Management Fall 2017

Chicago History Museum

  • EAD Finding Aids Internship Summer 2016

University of Illinois Grainger Engineering Library

  • Student Circulation Clerk 2008-2011

Data Management Services

The DMS Team focuses on uniforming records and data in the Library Catalog.

The DMS ensures records are being updated and kept up to the ever changing library standards.

Tasks the DMS Team handles:

  • Batch loading of bibliographic and acquisitions data
  • Batch transformations of bibliographic, holdings, item, and eholdings data
  • Bibliographic data enrichment projects (updating access point labels and adding URI identifiers to access points, RDA elements, etc.)
  • Data normalization activities for more uniform display and discovery of resources, and in preparation for migration to FOLIO
  • Reporting
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