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About Me

I am an Associate Professor at the School of Information and Library Science and the director of the Community Equity, Data and Information Lab at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

I study information marginalization, trust, and safety in health and learning institutions (libraries and education) and online, with a special focus on maternal health equity and disability justice. My current work focuses on connections between personal assessments of danger or risk and marginalized people's use of defensive information behaviors to protect self, family, and community from institutional harm. 

I am a faculty affiliate with the Center for Information Technology and Public Life and Center for Critical Race and Digital Studies. I am also a researcher with the Postnatal Patient Safety Learning Lab

Fall 2021 Events

Libraries are Community Connectors: Building Bridges Toward Equity and Inclusion

w/Jenna Meehan

October 20, 2021 11:45 am

NCLA Annual Conference

Conference registration required. $$

NCLA Conference Website

"Technology, Inclusiveness, Structural Racism, and Silicon Valley"

w/Francesca Tripodi, Rachel Kuo, Ted Shaw, and Jim Steyer

October 15, 2021

UNC School of Law

Prefigurative Politics in Academic Libraries: Resisting Intersectional Ableism on Campus

September 28, 2021 1 pm EST

Anti-Racist Pedagogy Workshop

UCLA Libraries

Library staff workshop. This event has passed.

Google Slides

Panel: “Strategies for Exploring Sociocultural and Equity Factors in Health Care Settings”

September 8, 2021

Annual PSLL Meeting

Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality

This meeting has passed.

Postnatal Patient Safety Learning Lab