I’m the distance education librarian at Greenfield Community College in Western Massachusetts, and I teach information literacy skills to in-person and online students. I’ve worked for about a decade in libraries and archives. In 2017, I published South Windsor, an installment in the Images of America series of books. My privacy and anti-surveillance work has mainly focused on classroom-based education about privacy issues, as well as advocating for student privacy at my college and in the local school district. I have also created and taught a professional development course called Interrupting White Nationalism. In addition to privacy work, my research interests include teaching with primary sources and oral history.