Kem was named OCLC Library Manager and Corporate Archivist in January 2014. Having worked primarily in special libraries during her 25+ year career, she is familiar with the day-to-day functions and opportunities within the corporate library, archive and museum spaces. She joined OCLC in September 2012 as the OCLC Curator of Corporate Heritage. Since then she has collected numerous artifacts of OCLC’s history from OCLC publications, photography files, marketing materials and more. She has created and promoted museum exhibits for OCLC staff and visitors alike to come to enjoy and learn more about OCLC's rich and unique past. Kem obtained her BA in History from The Ohio State University and her MLS from the Kent State University School of Library and Information Science.