I earned my Master's Degree in Library and Information Science from Dominican University in 2011. Before beginning my graduate work at Dominican, I earned a Bachelor's Degree in Music Performance from DePaul University in 2007.
After completing a reference and instructional services internship with Loyola University Chicago in May 2011, I accepted Polk Library's offer to serve in the capacity of Information Literacy Librarian at UW-Oshkosh, beginning in September 2011. I am presently an active member of the Association of College and Research Libraries, serving a two-year term as Vice Chair on the Information Literacy Standards Committee and a two-year term as Vice Chair of the Academic Library Trends and Statistics Survey Editorial Board, as well as a three-year term as a member of the User Services Coordinating Committee for the UW Library System.
I am involved in providing a wide array of services to students and faculty related to information literacy. Currently, I am serving on the Teaching and Learning subcommittee for the Higher Learning Commission's accreditation process in 2016. Additionally, I work with faculty and administration to heighten awareness of services and resources the library provides to support the University Studies Program.