Alexis Antracoli is Assistant University Archivist for Technical Services at Princeton University’s Mudd Manuscript Library where she leads technical services operations. Previously she worked at Drexel University Libraries and the University of Michigan Bentley Historical Library. She has published on web archiving and the archiving of born-digital audio visual content. Alexis is active in the Society of American Archivists, where she serves as Vice Chair/Chair-Elect for the Web Archiving Section and on the Finance Committee. She also co-chairs the Archive-It Mid-Atlantic User Group and is active in Archives for Black Lives in Philadelphia, an informal group of local archivists who work on projects that engage issues at the intersection of the archival profession and the Black Lives Matter movement. She is especially interested in applying user experience research and user-center design to archival discovery systems, developing and applying inclusive description practices, and web archiving. She holds an M.S.I. in Archives and Records Management from the University of Michigan, a Ph.D. in American History from Brandeis University, and a B.A. in History from Boston College.