Department Head Researcher Support Services
Role in the Library
My role is to connect people with the resources, spaces, services, and technology that will help them with their research.
I'm passionate about technology, data, ethics and their impact on how people interact with information and with each other. My research area is in critical data studies and I'm currently the Director of the Data to Policy Project (D2P), an initiative to engage students with community needs through course-based assignments, which culminate into equitable and data-driven policy proposals to local governments and agencies. Participants explore issues in policing and affordable housing in Denver.
Professional Affiliations and Service
Digital Library Federation, Technologies of Surveillance working group, co-chair
LGTBQ Faculty Committee, member
Research and Creative Activities Committee, member
Masters of Library Science
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Bachelor's degree of Philosophy
University of Colorado Denver
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Trellis. 2019
College & Research Libraries News 78 (11), 603. 2017
Sex, Lies, and Data (Recorded Conference Presentation)
9th Annual eScience Symposium, University of Massachusetts. 2017