Vice President, Library Services for the Americas
Bruce is OCLC's Vice President for Library Services for the Americas. He joined OCLC in 2002 as Director of Global and Segment Marketing, having come from NetMap Analytics in Columbus, Ohio, as Director of Global Project Management. In all of his roles at OCLC, Bruce has focused on taking a global look at how the cooperative builds services, communicates and works across different segments of the information services industry.
When RLG and OCLC combined services in 2006, Bruce played a critical role in the transition, spending the majority of a year at the RLG office in Mountain View, California. The integration of the RLG partners strengthened the cooperative and WorldCat. Our combined research efforts continue to bring lasting value to our combined membership.
Bruce is active in local technology circles in Columbus, having served in a leadership role on the Chief Sales Officer Forum for TechColumbus. Bruce has a bachelor of science degree in metallurgical engineering from Lafayette College.
(US and Canada only)