Ken Grossi has been a staff member in the Oberlin College Archives for over 20 years, and since 2008 he has served as College Archivist. He oversees and participates in the functions of the Archives that include the acquisition and the arrangement and description of collections, reference services, donor relations, oral history interviews, exhibits and outreach programs, and records management. He provides instructional sessions related to the Archives and primary source materials for undergraduate classes. He has collaborated with Oberlin faculty, staff, and students, and colleagues at other institutions in projects related to themes in Oberlin’s history such as missionary activity, anti-slavery activity, student activism, and Oberlin women activists and reformers. Ken received his B.A. from the University of Akron, an M.A. in history and archival administration from Case Western Reserve University, and a M.L.S. degree from Kent State University.