Education: Manhattanville College, B.A.; University of Virginia, M.A. and PhD. in History; University of Tennessee, M.S. in Information Sciences.
Professional Memberships & Offices: Past president, Chief Officers of State Library Agencies; American Library Association; Virginia Library Association; Southern Historical Association
Awards & Honors: Inaugural class of Influential Women in Virginia selected by Virginia Lawyers Weekly (2009); Filby Award for Genealogical Leadership from the National Genealogical Society (2014); Person of the Year honoree, Richmond Times-Dispatch (2017); Distinguished Alumni Award, College of Communication and Information, University of Tennessee, 2018.
Volunteer Interests & Board Service: Member, Virginia Women's Monument Commission; Member, Board of Trustees, St. John's Church Foundation; Member, Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council.
Organizational Involvement at UT: Member, graduate program advisory board, School of Information Sciences, University of Tennessee, 2010-2015. Speaker, graduate hooding ceremony, School of Information Sciences, May 2018.
Hobbies/Research/Special Interests: Research and write about Virginia history and the history of women.