Kate Pulford has been a professional Archivist since 2004, with extensive experience with cultural collections, especially archival. Kate was Archivist at the State Library of South Australia from 2004-2019, when she commenced the position of Archives and Records Manager at Prince Alfred College, Adelaide (current role). Kate is passionate about unlocking the tangible cultural heritage of archives by making them more accessible through digital mediums. Kate has curated and managed multiple archival projects including effective documentation, preservation, exhibition, and display and she has coordinated various projects, providing recommendations for prioritised processing workflows, identifying at-risk materials, and creating policies. Kate has delivered public and University programs on archival and digital preservation theory including Personal Digital Archiving and has strong knowledge of risk management in archives including privacy, cultural sensitivity, copyright, and donor liaison. Qualifications; Graduate Diploma Management (Arts UniSA), Graduate Diploma Art History (AGSA), Bachelor of Arts (UniAdel), Bachelor of Visual Arts (Painting) UniSA. Master of Education (UniAdel) current. Kate has professional recognition by the Australian Society of Archivists (ASA) Inc. (ASARP), and is on the committee of the ASA South Australian Independent Schools Special Interest Group. She is a professional member of the Art History and Curatorship Alumni Network (AHCAN).