I graduated on May 10, 2014, with a Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA. Upon graduation, I returned to the Smithsonian Institution Archives to complete my second internship before going to the National Museum of American History to create an online exhibition about Women in World War I. I then worked at my alma mater as a the Program Associate for COPLACDigital—a groundbreaking initiative to develop multi-campus, team-taught, distance digital liberal arts seminars. Currently, I am a graduate student at UNC Chapel Hill studying Archives and Records Management. I also work in Duke University Libraries’ Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising and Marketing History, as well as in UNC’s Community Histories Workshop with the Dorothea Dix Hospital project.
I enjoy studying many areas of history, but I particularly focus on digital history, women’s history, race relations, and sociocultural history. Working closely with historical artifacts and documents is an integral part of my work, and I aspire to a career in archives and special collections, experiencing and learning about the past. I hope to use my digital historical training to share my experiences and knowledge to inspire others to a love of history and a greater understanding of the world.
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