Bernard F. Reilly
Bernard F. Reilly is President of the Center for Research Libraries, a consortium of U.S. and Canadian universities, colleges and independent research libraries, devoted to supporting advanced research in the humanities, sciences and social sciences. Reilly was previously Director of Research and Access at the Chicago History Museum, where he directed digitization and dissemination of the CHM library, archives, and architecture, audio, television, and pictorial collections. From 1987 until 1997 Reilly was Head of the Curatorial Section in the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress.
Vice President, Collections and Services
James Simon is Director of International Resources at CRL. He is also the director of the Global Resources Network, a collaborative initiative of the major North American universities and research libraries to promote the widespread availability and exchange of knowledge and source materials for international studies. Simon is responsible for the coordination of such programs as the World Newspaper Archive, the Digital South Asia Library, the International Coalition on Newspapers, and the Area Microform Projects of the Center. Prior to his appointment in 1998, Simon worked in Washington, DC for the International Research & Exchanges Board where he was Program Officer for scholarly exchanges and cooperative partnerships with Russian and Slavic organizations.
Director of Human Resources
Toni Kibort is Director of Human Resources at CRL. She is responsible for providing day-to-day and strategic Human Resource services and support. Prior to joining CRL in 2003, she was an independent HR consultant for a broad range of clients, including Motorola, Discover Financial Services, and the Federal Home Loan Bank. Other previous positions include Manager of Human Resources for Metamor Global Solutions; Recruitment Manager for Kanbay, Inc.; and Director of Resources for Real Estate Research Corporation.