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About Tomaro I. Taylor

Tomaro's career at USF began in 2003 when she was named the inaugural recipient of the Dr. Henrietta M. Smith Residency Program. During her tenure, she has developed expertise in archives, special collections, and special libraries through her work in Special Collections and at the FMHI Research Library. She currently serves the USF Libraries as the liaison to Africana Studies, Anthropology, Humanities & Cultural Studies, Religious Studies, and the Institute on Black Life.

An active member of the archives community, Tomaro has served on the Board of Directors for the Academy of Certified Archivists and the Society of Florida Archivists. Additionally, she has served the Society of American Archivists in a number of capacities, ranging from AACR newsletter editor to Chair of the Student Program Sub-Committee. She is currently a member of several university and local committees.

Tomaro is a USF alum. Go Bulls!


Present Associate University Librarian & Certified Archivist, University of South Florida

Curriculum Vitae

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Honors and Awards

  • Award of Excellence, Society of Florida Archivists (2012)


20122016 M.A., University of South Florida ‐ American Studies
20012002 M.A., University of South Florida ‐ Library and Information Science
20002001 B.A., University of South Florida ‐ American Studies
19951998 B.A., University of South Florida ‐ Psychology

Contact Information

USF Libraries
T: 813.974.5750


Articles (2)

Conference Papers and Presentations (8)

Book Chapters (3)

Unpublished Works (4)

LibGuides and Podcasts (6)