Christina Drummond

OA Book Usage Data Trust

Christina Drummond is the Executive Director for the OA eBook Usage Data Trust effort working from within the library of her host institution, the University of North Texas. Mrs. Drummond has held library faculty and research administration roles at the University of North Texas and has focused on data policy as the Founding Director of the Technology and Liberty Project at the ACLU of Washington Foundation and program manager at the Program on Data and Governance at The Ohio State University. She began her career in the late 90s supporting SaaS innovations for back-office supply-chain logistics, government e-records management, enterprise technology planning, and nonprofit capacity-building. Mrs. Drummond is certified in Design Thinking by IDEO and as an Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) by the International Association of Privacy Professionals. She holds an M.A. in International Science and Technology Policy from George Washington University, a Certificate in International Business from the University of Washington, and a data-analytics focused B.S. with Honors in Criminal Justice and Psychology from The Ohio State University. In addition to her RDA participation, she serves on the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission’s Regional Data Advisory Committee.