I’m the Architecture and Planning Librarian at MIT. With over ten years in the profession, my strong interest in librarianship is supported by a wide range of knowledge, experience, and skills gained through education and positions in academic, public, government, and museum libraries.

I have a strong interest in shared and open knowledge and am a leader in organizing Wikipedia edit-a-thons around the topics training communities in the African Diaspora and at the intersection of the arts, architecture, and planning. Some of my past professional service includes several years of service on the Simple Annual Planning Grant Committee and as a juror Wiki Loves Monuments Contest.

I advocate for public spaces and public art in my local community through service on the Cambridge Public Arts Commission. I am a vision impaired visual artist working in the mediums of photography and painting.