I completed my Masters program at Simmons College with a degree in Library and Information Science with a concentration in Archive Management in January 2017. I am currently working as the Associate R&D Librarian at Alkermes. Before I found this position I was a Substitute librarian at a local high school and I volunteered at the Thomas J. Glennon Archive and Museum, which is located within the Woburn Public Library. In the summer of 2016 I completed an internship with Demandware, a Salesforce company, working to help organize internal information as well as the external portal for the Retail Practice department. At Demandware I was also a member of the committee working to create a records management and governance guide and system for the department. I spent three months in the summer of 2015 working alongside the head archivist to put together an online exhibit for the celebration of the 250th incorporation of the City of Woburn at the Thomas J. Glennon Archives. I was a substitute teacher in the City of Woburn and was often in different schools throughout the city. I also taught as a Reading Interventionist at an elementary school in Woburn during the 2014-2015 school year. I spent several years working at Emmanuel College as a note taker for disabled students while I worked towards my Bachelor of Arts degrees in History and Political Science.