White Paper: Digital Wallets for Libraries and Higher Education
Cynthia Brandt, 2022 Showcase
: Public and University libraries have an opportunity to provide students and faculty with a dynamic campus digital wallet system that links users to campus and city resources as well as providing users with the ability to earn digital wallet credits for completing wellbeing tasks and attending campus events.
Cynthia Brandt managed an elementary school library in Bend, Oregon for 14 years and enjoyed reading “Scaredy Squirrel” by Mélanie Watt to kindergartners. The pandemic changed all of that. She now lives and works in Boise, Idaho and will complete her MLIS in 2022. She looks forward to embedding a DEIB focus into her future library work and seeks to provide the type of leadership that will galvanize and support a diverse workforce and community. Cynthia enjoys gardening, yoga, knitting and crushing her friends (those that will still play her) in Words With Friends. She also likes to read banned books.