Assessment & User Experience Strategy Department, Duke University Libraries
In the fall of 2021, I was asked to serve as interim head of the Assessment & User Strategy Department as a result of vacancies and cascading interim appointments in other areas of the Libraries.
Assessment & User Experience Department, Duke University Libraries
May 2018-November 2021
In response to the Libraries’ growing needs for internal data expertise, my position was restructured to increase capacity in assessment, reporting, and data workflow automation.
Data and Visualization Services Department, Duke University Libraries
June 2012-April 2018
As Duke University’s first Data Visualization Coordinator, I was responsible for developing, marketing, and providing the library’s first data visualization services.
School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University
January 2010-May 2012
As a doctoral student at Indiana University, I assisted with or taught several course for the Master’s programs in the School of Library and Information Science.
Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center, SLIS, Indiana University
August 2008-August 2011
During my doctoral degree program, I worked as a research assistant for my dissertation advisor, who entrusted me to act as her proxy and work independently on various research and teaching activities.
Digital Library and Information Technologies, Cornell University Library
July 2006-July 2008
I worked for two years as one of a very small team of staff maintaining arXiv.org, blending diplomatic communication skills with technical expertise in order to support arXiv and suggest improvements.