Teaching cultural perspectives and critical approaches to information science with specialty in collections management, small museums, and archival practices. She is an archivist and cultural anthropologist with experience in archives, small museums, and non-profit management. Her research interests include creative collaboration around communities of practice; culturally inclusive heritage preservation and information science; tradition and folklore in cultural heritage preservation; and the task-scape of placemaking, collective memory, and memory-keeper practices. She is a Certified Archivist and the recipient of a Museum Association Community Service Award.


What People Say

A powerful way we connect with a diverse world is by listening to the different stories we are told. These stories are a way of knowing. Therefore, they contain both power and the art of possibility. We need more stories.

bell hooks

There are years that ask questions and years that answer.

Zora Neale Hurston

Oral traditions remain a most important way of developing trust, sharing information, strategies, advice, contacts, and ideas.

Linda Tuhiwai Smith

Let’s work together.

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