top of page

Brianna D. Senter, MLS

Archive Manager

Brianna D. Senter stands at the intersection of knowledge preservation and education, embodying a multifaceted professional journey that seamlessly weaves together her expertise in library science, archival management, and pedagogy. Armed with a Master of Library Science degree, a focus on Records and Archival Management from North Carolina Central University, and a Bachelor of Arts in History from Bethune-Cookman University, Brianna is a passionate advocate for the preservation of cultural heritage and an inspirational educator.

In her prior career as a middle school teacher, Brianna demonstrated her commitment to nurturing young minds. Brianna's exemplary organizational skills were evident in the accurate and comprehensive records she maintained for each student, showcasing her dedication to monitoring individual progress and adapting teaching strategies to diverse backgrounds.

Brianna's archival journey began as a Graduate Assistant in Library Service at Shaw University in Raleigh, NC. In this role, she reconstructed cataloging procedures and metadata for archive collections, ensuring the preservation of historical artifacts according to NARA standards. Her expertise in appraising documents and artifacts for relevance solidifies her standing as a meticulous archivist.

As an Archivist Assistant at C.S. Fisher Library at Bethune-Cookman University, Brianna contributed significantly to organizing archives by years and themes. Her involvement in showcasing Florida history during Homecoming events underscores her ability to connect archival materials with community engagement.

Brianna's dedication extends beyond traditional archives, as demonstrated by her role as a Digital Archivist for Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated, Gamma Theta Omega Chapter. She actively contributed to curating the digital collection of the sorority's history and participated in exhibit creation at the Tampa History Museum. Her membership in prestigious organizations like the Society of American Archivists and her commitment to community involvement showcase her leadership skills and the respect she commands in professional circles.

Brianna's commitment to professional development is evident through her Digital Archivist role with Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated where she used her skills to maintain historical artifacts and create digital collections. Her published works, such as "Historic Hayti Revisited" and "Historic Overview of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.," demonstrate her passion for sharing historical narratives with a broader audience.

In a world where the preservation of history meets the cultivation of young minds, Brianna D. Senter stands as an exemplary figure, seamlessly blending archival expertise with educational prowess, all while championing inclusivity and community engagement.

bottom of page