Summed Up

Resourceful, flexible and adaptable professional with superior communication skills, thoroughness and accuracy. Creative problem solver who can comfortably handle variety of assignments and follow through from concept to finished product. Experienced in historical document stabilization, database development, research, and photography. Committed to best practices in archives. Reputation for optimizing project potential, effective communication, tact and diplomacy with diverse groups.


Pratt Institute, Expected 2016

  • ALA accredited institution
  • Masters in Library and Information Science, MSLIS
  • Masters in History of Art and Design, MS

Haverford College, 2011

  • Bachelors of Arts in Sociology

Friends Seminary, 2007

  • High School Diploma
  • Speaker at Graduation
  • Yearbook Editor In Chief


MLEAD II Intern, Frick Art Reference Library, New York, NY

  • August 2014 to Present

Graduate Assistant, Pratt in Venice, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

  • August 2014 to Present
  • Study abroad program coordinator.

Flat Files Digitizer, Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY

  • January 2014 to Present
  • Photographing over 1,000 artworks to be incorporated into new database for greater discoverability and asset management.

Project Archivist; Friends Seminary, New York, NY

  • November 2013 to December 2013; 60 hour project
  • Conceptualized, developed, and instituted Unique Identifier system using hybrid best archival and museum practices.
  • Processed over 500 individual items.
  • Stabilized deteriorating photographs.

Archival Intern; N.Y. Transportation Museum Archives, Brooklyn, NY

  • September 2013 to November 2013
  • Processed collection of 35,000 slides from the MTA’s photographic division.
  • Edited Finding Aid.
  • Scanned and identified unknown images.

Archival Assistant; Rockefeller Archive Center, Sleepy Hollow, NY

  • January 2012 to July 2013
  • Accessionned and gained intellectual control of over 2,500 cubic feet of new materials.
  • Updated collection information in Archivist’s Toolkit database.
  • Collaborated on collections care projects with Collection’s Management Team.


Organizer, LADYFEST Philadelphia

  • November 2012 to June 2013
  • LADYFEST was a 3 day music, arts, and cultural festival that raised over $7,000 for local women’s health organizations.

Grounds Keeping, Wharton Esherick Museum