Nancy Liliana Godoy is the Associate Archivist of ASU's Chicano/a Research Collection and the Co-Project Lead of ASU Library's Community-Driven Archives team. She's responsible for collection development, archival arrangement--description, community outreach--exhibits, and instruction--specialized reference services. As a Knowledge River (KR) alumna, she's a passionate advocate for the Latino community in libraries and archives. In addition, she helped co-establish the Arizona LGBT History Project, an initiative to preserve local history and make archival material accessible to future generations. In 2017, she received the Arizona Humanities Rising Star Award and was awarded an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant ($450,000 grant) to establish a Community-Driven Archives team and preserve the history of historically marginalized communities in Arizona. In 2019, the team received a Catalyst Award from the ASU Committee for Campus Inclusion and the Outreach Services Award from the Arizona Library Association. In addition, they received a first runner up certificate for Best Electronic Research Site from Popular Culture Association. This recognition honors and celebrates an online exhibit Bj Bud Memorial Archives: Photographs & Periodicals.
2017 Dr. Christine Marin Staff Award Recipient
Arizona State University, Chicano Latino Faculty Staff Association
Award recognizes an ASU staff member who exemplifies passion for their profession, outreach to Latino youth, and outstanding leadership and community service.
2017 Humanities Rising Star Award Recipient
Award recognizes a young professional, student, or volunteer with outstanding and creative approaches to engaging the public with the humanities.