Ivy Anderson is Associate Executive Director and Director of Collections at the California Digital Library, where she oversees a broad range of shared collections activities on behalf of the ten-campus University of California system, including primary responsibility for systemwide content licensing. Ivy is the CDL lead for UC’s efforts to transition major journal licenses to open access and serves as co-chair of UC’s systemwide Publisher Negotiations Task Force. She currently chairs the Governing Council of SCOAP3, a global open access initiative in high energy physics, and has served on numerous publishing advisory boards. Before coming to the CDL in December 2005, Ivy was Licensing Program Manager at the Harvard University Library, where she developed and managed a shared licensing program on behalf of Harvard’s many libraries; prior to that, she served as Head of Information Systems at the Brandeis University Libraries. Ivy holds a B.A in music from New York University and a Master of Library Science from Simmons College. Before acquiring her library degree, Ivy pursued doctoral studies in music history and theory at Brandeis University.