Aimee Everett is the Curator of Manuscripts for The Historic New Orleans Collection, where she has worked since 2007. After completing a BS degree in History and Geography at South Dakota State University, she moved to Baton Rouge where she earned a M.L.I.S. from Louisiana State University. She moved to New Orleans in 2007 to begin working as an Oral History Processor with The Historic New Orleans Collection, conducting oral history interviews and cataloging the 497 interviews conducted during the course of the Through Hell and High Water: Katrina’s First Responders Oral History Project. In 2009 she implemented an audio digitization program to preserve and make more readily available the audio recordings held by The Historic New Orleans Collection, including more than 500 hours of recordings made by noted jazz historian William Russell. She has served as the Treasurer for the Louisiana Archives and Manuscripts Association since 2013 and the Treasurer for the Greater New Orleans Archivists since 2021.