Current Role at Stanford
I oversee all aspects of public service for Music including reference, circulation, instruction, and facilities. I assist patrons in finding and using music research resources, provide tours, mount exhibits, and facilitate digitization requests. I serve as subject liaison to the Department of Special Collections, and am the primary blogger on music topics for the Stanford Libraries blog. I serve as webmaster for the Music Library site and assist in developing the Stanford Libraries' web presence through work with the Online Experience Group.
Member, Music Library Association. Previous library experience encompasses academic law and commercial advertising. Additional professional training includes the Western Archives Institute, UC Berkeley; and Rare Book School, University of Virginia.
Education & Certifications
MA, University of Texas at Austin, Musicology
MLS, Simmons College, Boston
BM, Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam, Music history
Certificate, Society of American Archivists, Western Archives Institute, Archival practice
I was born and raised in the lower Hudson Valley of New York State. My undergraduate major was in music history and violoncello, and my master's work focused on music iconography in William Hogarth's London, as well as library reference services for music, art, theater, and dance. In my leisure time I enjoy cooking and food culture, the piano, and figure drawing.
Professional Affiliations and Activities
Board of Directors, Music Library Association (2022 - Present)