Bonnie C. Carroll
Bonnie Carroll is President of Information International Associates, Inc. (IIa), an information resource management company whose mission is to support government and industry in managing information as a strategic resource. She is also the Secretariat Director of CENDI (Commerce; Energy; EPA, NASA; National Libraries of Agriculture, Education, and Medicine; Defense; and Interior Information Managers Group), an interagency cooperative effort of the STI managers of ten major science and engineering agencies and a Senior Consultant to the Biological Resources Division of the U.S. Geological Survey.
In the past few years, Ms. Carroll has participated in a major assessment
of STI in the U.S. for the National Science Foundation, the development
of a topography of science and technology information systems for the
Library of Congress, and development of a system to provide input to the
DOE's Energy Science and Technology Database. She has been a senior advisor
to the NASA STI program and did a market survey for the Department of
Commerce to examine U.S. industry requirements for foreign scientific
and technical information. She has been a consultant to foreign and international
organizations including the Kingdom of Jordan, UNESCO, and the International
Council for Scientific Information (ICSTI).
Ms. Carroll served on the Board of U.S. Internet, a major Internet Service Provider in the Tennessee Valley until it went public in March 1999. She is a past President of the American Society for Information Science (ASIS) and was the 1988 recipient of the ASIS Watson Davis Award. She was the 1993 94 Chairperson of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Section on Information, Computing and Communications. Ms. Carroll also is past Chairman of Documentation Abstracts, Inc., owner of Information Science Abstracts. She was the vocabulary liaison in software engineering under the International Standards Organization, Joint Technical Committee on Information Technology (ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC7). She has lectured and published widely on information futures, the value of information, information policy and management, and information analysis centers.
Ms. Carroll has a Master of Science degree in Library and Information
Science from Columbia University and a Bachelor's degree from Cornell