Talia Mathews, MLIS

Research and Systems Librarian

Talia Mathews is a science and engineering librarian with 9 years of experience providing research, investigative analysis, and information management for a diverse array of environmental projects. Ms. Mathews has conducted extensive research into the land use, chain of ownership, regulatory histories, and environmental histories of contaminated sites, and has experience conducting both online and traditional research in government, technical, and university libraries. Ms. Mathews also manages the digital library and metadata workflows at Floyd|Snider, maintains the firm’s internal library website, and contributes her technical expertise to the creation of project-specific electronic document repositories for both in-house and client use.

Prior to working for Floyd|Snider, Talia in turn worked as a field biologist, owned and operated an organic vegetable farm, and gained valuable experience at the Washington State University Energy Program Library. Talia holds an undergraduate degree (BS) in Environmental Studies from The Evergreen State College and a graduate degree (MLS) in Library Science from Clarion University of Pennsylvania.