2011-16 | Communications Specialist & Volunteer Recruiter, North Carolina Guardian ad Litem.
2010-11 | Marketing Assistant, Top Flight, Inc.
2020 | Student Representative, iSchool COVID-19 Response Task Force, University of Washington.
2019-20 | Co-President, Association of Library and Information Science Students (ALISS), University of Washington.
2019 | Teaching Assistant, Information Literacy for Health Sciences, Seattle Central College.
2019 | Volunteer Leader, Arduino Co-Design Session: Solving Everyday Problems with Arduino, Seattle Public Library.
Throgmorton, K., Norlander, B., & Palmer, C. (2019). Open Data Literacy and the Library. Alki: The Washington Library Association Journal, 35(2), 27–29.
Palmer, C.L., Weber, N., Norlander, B., & Throgmorton, K. (2019). Advancing open data: Aligning education with public sector data challenges. Poster session presented at iSchool Research Symposium, Seattle, WA.
Throgmorton, K. (2017). Open educational resources: Redefining the role of school librarians. American Libraries, 48(9-10), 16.
Throgmorton, K. (2017). Mental health first aid: Training librarians to help patrons in crisis. American Libraries, 48(3-4), 22.
Throgmorton, K. (2017). The future of library cards: Technology makes library resources more accessible. American Libraries, 48(1-2), 22.
Throgmorton, K. (2016). A balancing act: Shared spaces in libraries. American Libraries, 47(11-12), 20.
Throgmorton, K. (2016). Recruiting and retaining volunteers: Cultivating a successful program requires time and effort, but the payoff can be worthwhile. American Libraries, 47(6), 42.
What data does your community need the most? Presented at Washington State Library’s First Tuesdays. October 1, 2019, Online. (With Carole Palmer, Bree Norlander.)
Research at the iSchool: Open data in libraries. Presented at University of Washington’s All Information School Welcome. September 19, 2019, Seattle, WA.
Improving data.seattle.gov with metadata. Presented at City of Seattle’s Open Data Champions Meeting. September 18, 2019, Seattle, WA.
The library’s role in open data literacy. Presented at University of Washington’s Information Student Presentations to the Provost. April 15, 2019, Seattle, WA.
2020 | Ruth Worden Award for Student Excellence in Library and Information Science, University of Washington — Information School.