I received a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Brandeis University in 2000, with minors in Classical Studies and Spanish. I previously graduated from Stuyvesant High School in New York, NY.
As a software consultant in the NYC capital markets industry, I worked for investment bank and electronic trading platform clients including UBS, FXall and ICAP BrokerTec. In the academic library world, I worked as a serials assistant and an instructional technology specialist, before joining the staff at Polk Library. I currently lead the development and support of Polk Library's technology services, from our web-based resource discovery tools to our public workstations. I enjoy combining my interests in technology and libraries to improve the academic resources and services available to our campus community.
At UW Oshkosh I serve on the Academic Computing Users Group and the Computer Science Advisory Board. In working to bring library services to all campus audiences, I've partnered with colleagues from Information Technology, Residence Life MIO, Integrated Marketing & Communications, and other departments. For the UW System, I serve on the CUWL Library Technology Initiatives Coordinating Committee.
Upon moving to Oshkosh in 2007, I volunteered at Oshkosh Public Library, where I co-created a program tutoring senior citizens in basic computer and internet skills.