Tomaro I. Taylor is a Certified Archivist and Librarian. She is currently employed at the University of South Florida's Florida Mental Health Institute Research Library as the Collections Librarian. Previous positions have included curator of manuscripts, archives and related collections at the USF Tampa Library's Special Collections and Dr. Henrietta M. Smith Resident Librarian, also at USF Tampa. In addition to her work at USF, Tomaro is President of the Society of Florida Archivists. She also serves as the Academy of Certified Archivists' Regent for Examination Development and as Chair of the ACA's Exam Development Committee. Tomaro holds a Master of Arts in Library and Information Science (2002) and Bachelor of Arts degrees in American Studies (2001) and Psychology (1998). She is currently a master's student in American Studies in the University of South Florida's Department of Humanities and Cultural Studies.
Negotiating Community: A Case Study of the International Longshoremen Association’s Union Hall in Tampa, Race and Place: Cultural Landscapes of Black Life in America (2014)
Welcome to [Guillermo Gómez-Peña's] Third World, 35th Annual SWPACA Conference (2014)
Learning Archives: Archival Practice within the Context of Pedagogical Settings (with Chris D'Arpa and Jean Carey), Southern Archivists Conference (2012)
Archives and Records Management: A Long History (with Gail Donovan), Florida Gulf Coast ARMA Chapter Event (2012)
Is There an Archivist in the House? How Health Information Technologies are Changing Archival Practice (with Phoebe Evans Letocha, Melanie Meyers, and Scott Grimwood), Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting (2011)
Affiliation Agreements, Preserving Local Writers, Genealogy, Photographs, Newspapers and Related Materials (2012)