As a processing archivist, I accession, appraise, arrange, describe, preserve, and provide access to manuscript collections and archival materials of the Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections. I assist in the implementation of EAD and archival management software (ArchivesSpace) and participate in projects to create, revise, edit, correct, and digitally publish DACS compliant finding aids. In addition to my finding aid work, I create, revise, edit, and correct MARC records (in OCLC Connexion and SirsiDynix Workflows), subject guide entries (via Drupal), and accession records for manuscript collections and archival materials. I also provide reference services at various library service points; train undergraduate student workers, graduate students, and library staff on processing procedures; and participate in outreach efforts, programming, digitization projects, and exhibition preparation.
Louisiana State University, MLIS - Archives/Archival Administration, 2014
Louisiana State University, BA - English Language and Literature, 2011
Denby, Ned and Skaggs, Nicholas. (2014). The spoken word: Preserving the LGBTQ record through archival work and oral histories. Louisiana Queer Conference, Baton Rouge, La.