Zeau Modig has been involved with public and technical services in special and public libraries, as well as STEM scholarly publishing, for over 30 years. She worked with Elsevier (New York and Amsterdam) and the International Food Information Service (U.K.), providing customer assistance and onsite training for medical and corporate librarians, academics, government officials, scientific researchers and sales/marketing staff throughout the USA and Canada in online resources for clinical, business and regulatory support in the biomedical, pharmaceutical and food industries. As a frontline information professional, she was also Associate Librarian at Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s national headquarters and Director of Riegelsville Public Library in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, serving both specialized and diverse library user communities. She has also worked as an independent technical consultant to the information industry.

Zeau has written extensive technical and user-focused database documentation and marketing literature and has presented at online industry conferences and the IIRP World Conference on information retrieval topics. Her decades-long commitment to providing high-quality customer service informs her current work in expanding research systems and tools that will support the ongoing growth of the IIRP Graduate School.  

Zeau holds a B.A. in Historical Studies from Stockton State College and M.L.S. from Rutgers University’s School of Communication, Information and Library Studies. She is certified as a Professional Librarian in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

View a list of Zeau's publications and presentations.