Anne Caputo was Executive Director of Dow Jones' Learning & Information Professional Programs until 2012, where she was responsible for the planning and development of learning initiatives for Dow Jones Content Technology Solutions group. She was also responsible for strategic planning, marketing and the creation of alliances with and for information professionals. Prior to joining Dow Jones in 1998, she served in various positions with The Dialog Corporation, most recently as Director of Dialog's Quantum information professional program and the Classroom Instruction Program. She is currently working for her own consulting firm, Ann Caputo Consulting.

Additionally, Anne is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Maryland, College of Library and Information Services, where she teaches Access to Information in Electronic Environments. She is also a member of the distance education faculty for the University of Tennessee, School of Information Sciences.
Anne has served SLA at the local level as a Director and later President of the Washington, DC Chapter. She has also served at the international level on SLA's Board of Directors as the 2006-2007 Chapter Cabinet Chair and as Secretary to the Board. She was on SLA's board of directors from 2005-2011. She co-chaired the 2005-2006 Alliances and Partners Task Force and has served as a member of various committees, including Strategic Planning, Awards and Honors, the Committee on Association Governance and the Professional Development Advisory Council. She is currently the Ethics Ambassador for the Washington, DC Chapter. In 2004 she was named a recipient of SLA's Rose L. Vormelker Award for mentoring students and practicing professionals and she will be named a Fellow of SLA at the 2008 Annual Conference. In 2009 she served as president of SLA.

A history graduate of Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon, Anne holds advanced degrees in architectural history from the University of Oregon and in library and information science from San Jose State University in San Jose, California. In 2007 she was named one of the 'Forty for Forty' graduates of San Jose State University where she was listed among the top forty graduates of the school since its 1967 accreditation.
Anne lives in Alexandria, Virginia and is a master gardener with a passion for flowers and flower arranging. She enjoys cooking with her friends, walking on the beach, photographing architectural details from National Trust buildings and spending time with her son, Chris, and their wonder dog, Rocky.

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A copy of her powerpoint can be found under pages and files.