What I've been doing:

  • Lead at WikiBlueprint Advising (2019-2023)

  • Author of Welcome to the Circle (2017-2019)

  • Founder and Head of The Wikipedia Library (2011-2019)

  • Wikimedia Foundation Senior Program Manager, Knowledge Integrity (2017-2018)

  • Wikimedia Foundation Senior Program Manager, Libraries (2014-2019)

  • Wikipedia Individual Engagement Grantee (2012-2014)

  • Founder of 4.0 Tutoring Academic Support Company (2005-2010)

  • Wesleyan University College of Social Studies (2001-2005)

WikiBlueprint Consulting

  • Featured with Jimmy Wales on NPR's TED Radio Hour "The Public Commons"
  • Hosted the Whose Knowledge? Decolonizing the Internet's Languages Podcast
  • Changed Wikimedia's Global Bot Policy to get InternetArchiveBot Global Approval
  • Oversaw the Anti-Defamation League's Wikipedia Election Democracy Project
  • Led the rebrand from Open Access Button to OA.Works
  • Supervised two Wikipedians in Residence at Annual Reviews
  • Advised Harvard University on their Wikipedia Engagement
  • Worked with the Linux Foundation to draft a key article on computer science
  • Taught and tutored the Wikipedian in Residence at Milton Public Library

  • Led fundraising for Wiki Project Med Foundation beginning with a new LOI

  • Coordinated the Wikipedia:Vaccine Safety Project for NewsQ and Hacks/Hackers

  • Recruited and trained the Wikipedian in Residence for Perez Art Museum Miami

Digital Information and Research Literacy

Strategic and Organizational Partnerships

Media Campaigns and Social Engagement

  • Created #1Lib1Ref viral library outreach and citation campaign

  • Reached 25 million people on social media for 1Lib1Ref in collaboration with IFLA

  • Added 20 million words to Wikipedia during 1Lib1Ref with activity in 47 languages

  • Created year-round 1Lib1Ref programming with 50 member Global Ambassador Team

  • Lead 1Lib1Ref team report "Building a Better #1Lib1Ref"

  • Ran @WikiLibrary Twitter account

Open Access and Open Science

Citation Robustness and Misinformation

Medical Education and Clinical Transparency

Collaborative Knowledge Production

Learning and Gamification

Digital Equity, Inclusion, and Culture Change

Well People and Sane Societies


  • Archiving, Citation, Community organizing, Community outreach, Copyright, Creative nonfiction, Crowdsourcing, Digital libraries, Digital literacy, Editing, Entrepreneurship, Gamification, Information literacy, Innovation, Leadership, Leadership development, Libraries, Media literacy, Medical literacy, Memoir, Mental health, Mentorship, Misinformation, Nonprofit management, Open access, Open knowledge, Open science, Program management, Project management, Product management, Product marketing, Public speaking, Social media, Strategic communications, Strategic partnerships, Research, Team leadership, Wikidata, Wikimedia, Wikipedia, Wikis, Writing