- New York University, Southern Connecticut State University
- Department chair of New Canaan (CT) High School Library, which earned a number of prestigious awards in the last few years
- Facilitate a professional learning community for over 3,500 school librarians at edWeb.net
- Serve on the American Association of School Librarians’ (AASL) Board of Directors
- Serve on two Connecticut Digital Library (iCONN) advisory boards
- Contributing author to Growing Schools: Librarians as Professional Developers
- Frequently published in professional literature for educators and school librarians
- Conference presenter and keynoter
- Blog at Bibliotech.me
I was born in Taxco, Mexico, under rather unusual circumstances. I grew up in Paris, France, New York City and northern California, where I attended Woodside High School (class of 1982) and Mariposa County High School (junior year). After a brief stint in the retail and textile industries, I graduated from New York University in 1990 and became a teacher in Brooklyn, NY. In June of 1993, I moved to Westport, CT with my husband and our then one-year old daughter (she is now in the Emerson College class of 2013). I taught social studies in Bridgeport for several years, before coming to my current position as a librarian at New Canaan High School in New Canaan, Connecticut in 2001.
- New Canaan Public SchoolsHigh School Librarian, present
- Bridgeport Public Schools, New York City Board of Education
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