I am the Director of Learning and Teaching Services for the Harvard College Libraries with responsibilities for research, education, and outreach services for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. I am the team lead for the Services for Academic Programs department in Widener and Lamont Libraries which provides research, instruction, orientation, and social sciences data services for students, faculty, and staff across the University.
Prior to this position I served in administrative, research, and instructional roles at Tufts University, the University of Rochester, George Mason University, and Cornell University, where I also had responsibilities for collection development in applied management, policy, and social sciences.
I have a Masters in Library and Information Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a MS in Organization Development and Knowledge Management from the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason, and am currently a doctoral candidate at Simmons University studying collaborative leadership within the information professions.
My professional activities include service as a Councilor at Large for the American Library Association, an ARL Kaleidoscope mentor, and a member of the ALA Policy Corps Advisory Board, as well as prior service on the Board of Directors for the Association of College and Research Libraries.