I am a Master of Library and Information Science (M.S.L.I.S.) Candidate at the Catholic University of America and will graduate in May 2016. I am employed as a Graduate Assistant for the Department of Library and Information Science and a summer Exhibitions Intern for the Smithsonian Libraries Advancement Department. I am passionate about empowering people with information, both in conducting research that facilitates service improvements and engaging communities through outreach activities and partnership initiatives.
In my time in graduate school, I have rediscovered my natural leadership abilities, keen intellect and insight, and multitasking skills. I have built a solid foundation of experience, refining and amplifying my intellectual skills in the areas of research, data analysis, project management, and marketing. I continuously strive to deliver excellent services, whether that be through my work projects, coursework, professional organization activities, or leadership initiatives.
I am excited to play a part in shaping the future of information services and leading libraries towards achieving bigger and better things, for our patrons, our communities, and the world. I am at the precipice of an incredible journey and I’m eager to share all that I’m learning. You can find me on Twitter @LizLieutenant and
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