Black Cultural Center Librarian
Black Cultural Center
Hicks Undergraduate Library
African American literature; Literature of the American South; Black Feminist Thought; Feminist Theory; Queer Theory; William Faulkner Scholarship; Information Literacy; Mentoring in Academic Libraries; Social Media in Academic Libraries.
University of South Carolina (USC), Columbia, SC / December 2011: Specialist degree in Library & Information Science - emphasis in academic libraries
University of South Carolina / May 2010: M.L.I.S.
University of South Carolina / May 2010: M.A. in English - emphasis in American Literature after 1900. Thesis: “The Futility of Conformity: The Danger of Gender Constructs in The Sound and the Fury”
Augusta State University (ASU), Augusta, GA (now Augusta University) / December 2007: B.A. in English, minor in Women's Studies
Memberships and Service:
• American Association of University Women • American Library Association / Gender & Women’s Studies Publications Committee • Association of College and Research Libraries • National Women’s Studies Association • Southeastern Library Association / Member of the Membership & Mentoring Committee (2013-2018) • Modern Language Association • The William Faulkner Society