271I Hesburgh Library
Notre Dame, IN 46556
o: +1 574-631-8402
e: dmcghee@nd.edu

Danielle' McGhee Portrait


Danielle’ McGhee began as Web and Digital User Experience Librarian at Hesburgh Libraries in January 2024. In this role, Danielle’ works in a cooperative team environment, leading and co-leading efforts on user research, usability testing, analytics analysis, and evaluations of digital services, ensuring a continuous understanding of user needs. With over a decade of diverse experience in school, academic, and public libraries, Danielle’ brings a wealth of expertise to her current position.

Before joining Hesburgh Libraries, Danielle’ served as the Manager of the Austin History Center, the local history division of the Austin Public Library. In her previous role as Director of Library and Media Services and Archivist at Huston-Tillotson University, she played a pivotal role in implementing UX strategies to enhance access to digital resources for students and faculty.

Danielle’ holds a bachelor's degree in Fashion Merchandising from Howard University, a master's degree in Library and Science from North Carolina Central University, and a UX Design Certification from General Assembly. Beyond her professional roles, she actively participates in professional committees at both state and national levels, contributing to organizations such as the Texas Library Association and the Society of American Archivists.