Paula Jabloner is an archivist and collections manager with 30 years of experience in museums and archives. She provides key leadership on collections-wide strategies and resources to develop, manage, preserve, and provide access to CHM’s extensive artifact collection, which contains physical objects, historical software, archival and audio-visual materials, oral histories, and digital objects. She has developed and managed a coordinated and integrated collections team, established CHM’s Digital Repository, and guided the collaboration with Cisco to establish the Center for Cisco Heritage. Prior to joining the Museum, she spearheaded and directed Silicon Valley History Online while senior archivist at History San José, was the first archivist at San Francisco’s Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Historical Society, and was the American Civil Liberties Union Project Archivist at Princeton University. She received a Master of Information and Library Studies from the University of Michigan. Recently, she served on the steering committee of the Software Preservation Network and published “Corporate Archives in Silicon Valley: Building and Surviving Amid Constant Change” in the Journal of Western Archives. When not promoting and preserving the CHM collection she enjoys hiking, veggie cooking, and gardening.