•National Technical Institute of the Deaf (NTID) and Deaf Studies Archive Liaison at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Libraries
•Ed.D. in Executive Leadership (dissertation examined the study abroad experiences of Deaf students in Chile and Italy), M.Ed. in Deaf Education, and MILS in Library Studies
•Published and presented extensively about international Deaf Studies topics
•Former Board member of the organization Deaf History International
•With several colleagues at RIT, created an online guide about Deaf figures in the suffrage and women’s rights movements as part of RIT’s commemoration of the 19th Amendment centennial: https://infoguides.rit.edu/c.php?g=948805&p=6841847
She has won numerous awards including: Gallaudet Honorary Librarian, Who's Who in the Book of American Women, Who's Who in American Education, Who's Who in Information Technology, National Advisory Group Outstanding Service Award (NTID), Issac L. Jordan Pluralism Nominee Award.