Barbie Keiser joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in 2007 as an adjunct instructor. She has also taught in the classroom and online at universities throughout the world. Keiser started her consulting firm in 1987, bringing her knowledge and approach to managing and maximizing use of information resources as technology advances and new tools come to market. Her work expanded to address the needs of corporations, not-for-profits, and government agencies in the areas of information literacy, knowledge management, and data governance. She received her MSLS with a major in Library and Information Science from Case Western Reserve University. Courses taught at Carey include Competitive Intelligence.
Honors and distinctions
- Certificate of recognition for exceptional contribution that supports workflow learning, Defense Acquisition University (DAU) in 2016
- Dow Jones Leadership Award from the Special Libraries Association (SLA) in 2009
- Fulbright Specialist at the International Center for Public Enterprise (2004) in Slovenia and Vilnius University, Lithuania in 2007
- Shin Research Award, International Insurance Society (IIS) in 1999
- William T. Knox Award, Associated Information Managers (AIM) in 1987