Kieran Hixon is passionate about rural libraries. His focus has been on open source software and low cost tech solutions for small rural libraries. He is excited to be an errant librarian on the edges of the digital divide training for the Colorado State Library Public Computing Centers. He is known for his high energy and humor, and isn't sure if it is a good thing or a bad thing. He lives on forty acres with 7 adults, 1 child, 7 dogs, 9 chickens, a turkey and a myriad of feral cats.
Crystal Schimpf is a Public Computer Center Trainer for the Colorado State Library. She works with libraries to coordinate technology instruction, design curriculum, and provide staff training. In her free time she enjoys hiking, biking, vegan baking, and music making.
Nancy Trimm joins the BTOP team from Mesa County Libraries where she served as the head of Information Services. Nancy is passionate about reference work, technology training, and community outreach. She’s excited to work with libraries and organizations across the state to help meet the training and technology needs of Colorado residents. In her free time, Nancy runs, hikes, skis, and competes in Warrior Dash competitions.