a b o u t
what:
- information > knowledge > power
who:
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students, colleagues, learners
- liaison for Basic & Transitional Studies, Humanities
where:
- vibrant urban learning environment
when:
- 8am - 3pm every weekday
how:
- collaborate with the faculty to select materials and support programs
- provide information literacy instruction via workshops and credit classes

Balance is one of my goals - I'm a natural skeptic - I challenge myself to seek out different perspectives and engage with the variety of ideas and stories that surround.  While I have a strong work ethic, I also try to slow down sometimes, to think, take a walk, relax, breathe, laugh... But don't be fooled by the stereotypes - "Thwart Not The Librarian"!

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M.L.S., Librarianship, University of Washington
B.A., International Studies, Barry University

My love of books, reading, and learning began when my grandmother, the de facto public librarian in a small Jamaican village, turned me loose in the Chester Castle branch library. After a decade of working and learning experience in the airline and tourism industry, I answered the call to seek and share knowledge in an educational setting.

g r o w t h