I am a professor at Pratt Institute, School of Information, where I teach courses in Information Policy, Information and Human Rights, Government Information and Reference & Instruction.
I have held several position and roles at Pratt, including Library and Information Science program coordinator (2017-2020), Information Officer of the Academic Senate (2016-2019) and member of the Institute Wide Curriculum Committee (2019).
Currently on sabbatical (2020), I am serving on the board of PEGI (Preservation of Electronic Government Information) and am a member of the IFLA Journal editorial committee.
Some of my career highlights include supervising students since 2013 as they provide reference services to incarcerated people (Newsweek 2015), work on archiving social media from during the 2012 presidential elections (Library of Congress blog) and again in 2016 (New York Times).
In additional to my scholarly publications, I have been interviewed for many professional journals and mainstream media, including Bloomberg CityLab, Science Friday and The Daily News.
A complete list of activities is available in my CV.
Pratt Distinguished Teacher 2011-2012
Depository Library Council 2010-2013