Chloe Misorski
Cataloging Librarian, Cleveland Museum of Art

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Chloe Misorski (she/her) has been the Cataloging Librarian at the Ingalls Library at the Cleveland Museum of Art since January 2020. While in this role she served on a two-person library system implementation task force during while working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. She is proud to have implemented critical cataloging policies at the library including alternative subject headings, reparative description, and reclassification of materials.

Prior to working at the Ingalls Library, Chloe was the Public Services and Cataloging Librarian at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico where she was responsible for cataloging and systems roles and assisted with reference and instruction.

Chloe is passionate about DEI issues in librarianship, especially in critical librarianship and critical cataloging. Chloe has served on the ARLIS/NA Diversity and Inclusion Committee from 2021-2024. She coordinates the Classification working group Queer Metadata Collective. She also contributes to the Gender and Sexuality Funnel Project which creates and revises Library of Congress authority records to be inclusive of queer people and topics.

Chloe received her MLIS after achieving a Bachelor of Science in Anthropology at Kent State University.