I work as a contract librarian on behalf of Cherokee Federal for the Department of State’s Office of American Spaces. There, I manage the data collection process, oversee access to electronic resources, and act as a friendly face (via email) to U.S. government and partner staff all over the world.
I received my Master’s degree in library science from the University of Maryland in 2008. My Master’s thesis, “Advanced Content In State E-Government: Criteria for Evaluation,” is woefully out of date.
I am an avid fan of the Eurovision Song Contest and have been writing a blog about it since 2006. If you’re intrigued (especially after seeing that Will Ferrell movie), head on over to Eurovision Lemur to read more.
In addition to all that, I am homeschooling a tween and tending to an elderly dog. Someday I am going to go back to Vienna. Thanks for stopping by!