Sarah E. Almond ( is a graduate research fellow in the CHW and is currently pursuing two Masters degrees, one in Archives and Records Management at the UNC School of Information and Library Science and another in Public History at North Carolina State University. She comes to the CHW with a background in commercial book publishing as well as letterpress print and design, and her primary interests include archival accessibility and representation, as well as the implementation of community archiving practices. She heads up the Dix Park Project, funded with a gift from the Dix Park Conservancy, and has worked with both Digital Rocky Mount Mills and Loray projects. She is the co-creator of Redlining Hayti, which links discriminatory lending practices and urban renewal. She holds a BA (summa cum laude) in Literature and Language from the University of North Carolina at Asheville.