Amanda Hill is an archivist with a wide range of experience in local government and universities. She is an experienced project manager and an enthusiastic advocate for the use of technology in promoting access to historical resources. She provides training for cultural heritage professionals to help them raise public awareness of their materials and services.
Amanda manages the Names project on behalf of Mimas at the University of Manchester. Names provides unique identifiers for UK researchers.
Since January 2011 Amanda has been the coordinator for Archeion, a gateway for descriptions of archives held by a wide range of Ontario institutions, which is managed by the Archives Association of Ontario.
As part of the University of Dundee's distance-learning MLitt in Archives and Records Management, Amanda runs a module on 'Ethical Approaches to Recordkeeping'.
Amanda is an executive member of the Prince Edward Historical Society and runs the society's website.
When she is not doing any of the above and when the weather is clement, Amanda is usually to be found tending the vegetables, fruit and chickens in the barnyard of her hobby farm. The Hills are growing food on organic principles, with the aim of being as self-sufficient as possible.