Director, Health Sciences Library, Anschutz Medical Campus, University of Colorado–Denver, Aurora, CO, 2007–
Interim director, 2006–2007, deputy director, 2003–2006, Denison Memorial Library/Health Sciences Library, University of Colorado–Denver; head of information services, Arizona Health Sciences Library, University of Arizona–Tucson, 1997–2003; reference manager/collection development specialist, Rush University, Chicago, IL, 1990–1997.
National: 2010 National Program Committee: member 2008–; Nominating Committee: member 2008; Task Force on MLA’s Research Policy Statement: member 2005–2007; Board of Directors: member 2002–2005; Journal of the Medical Library Association Editorial Board: member 2001–2004; MLANET Editorial Board: Section Council liaison 1999–2001. Section: Relevant Issues Section: Section Council representative 1998–2001; section chair 1998–1999. Leadership and Management Section: member 2006–. SIG: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Health Science Librarians SIG: member 1993–; program chair 1998–1999; cochair 1994–1995; co-convener 1993–1994. Chapter: Midcontinental Chapter: member 2003–. Medical Library Group of Southern California and Arizona: member 1997–2003; Joint Annual Meeting (with Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group): program chair 2002. Midwest Chapter: member 1990–1997; Joint Annual Meeting (with Midcontinental Chapter): continuing education cochair 1992.
National Networks of Libraries of Medicine, MidContinental Region: Regional Advisory Board: member 2008–. Colorado Academic Library Consortium: secretary 2007–2009. Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries (AAHSL): member 2007–; AAHSL Education Research Task Force: member 2008–. Colorado Council of Medical Librarians: member 2003–. Wingspan, Tucson’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Community Center: Board of Directors: member 1997–2000.
MLA: Academy of Health Information Professionals: Distinguished Member 2006–2011. Commitment to Diversity Award for Faculty, University of Colorado Denver: recipient 2006 and 2005. Emerging Leaders Program, University Leadership Development Institute, Office of the President, University of Colorado System: recipient 2005–2006. National Library of Medicine/Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries Leadership Fellows Program: participant 2002–2003. University of Arizona: awarded continuing status (tenure), librarian rank 2001. University of Arizona Office of International Affairs Foreign Travel Grant: awarded $500 applied to attend the Eighth International Congress on Medical Librarianship, July 2000.
MLS, School of Information and Library Studies, State University of New York–Buffalo, 1986; BA, anthropology/journalism, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, 1979.
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