Rhonda Evans is the Assistant Chief Librarian at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. She supports the management of the Research and Reference Division's diverse collections, which include books, periodicals, microforms, maps, and databases that focus on people of African descent throughout the world. She provides assistance to researchers in person and remotely through reference work, class instruction, and other outreach activities. Prior to joining the Schomburg Center in 2019, she served as the Electronic Resources Librarian for the Research Libraries at The New York Public Library, where she provided reference and instruction on the Libraries' over 500 databases. Prior to earning her MLIS she was a practicing attorney, specializing in tort law. Rhonda is a proud former American Library Association Spectrum Scholar and Association of Research Libraries Initiative to Recruit a Diverse Workforce Scholar.