Sarah started working at Boley Law Library in 2019 as Assistant Director, Collections and Content. Prior to joining the Boley Law Library, Sarah served on the faculty as an Associate Professor at Concordia University, where she taught courses in information literacy, provided reference and research instruction to undergraduate, masters, and doctoral students, and was liaison and collection development librarian for the College of Arts and Sciences, Fine and Performing Arts department. Sarah has held professional positions at the Portland Art Museum, Clackamas Community College, Mt. Hood Community College, and the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, and has served on Orbis Cascade Alliance working groups and Oregon’s online reference service, Answerland. At the Boley Law Library, Sarah oversees law library collections and digital content and serves on the ILS Discovery Team.
- B.F.A., Marylhurst University, Photography
- M.L.S., Emporia State University, certificate in Archives Studies
The Watercolour World. College & Research
Libraries News, 81(3). 155. doi:10.5860/crln.81.3.155 (2020)
Atlas Photography Gallery. College & Research
Libraries News, 79(1). 47. doi:10.5860/crln.79.1.47 (2018)
With K. M. Reynolds, Review of CQ Congress Collection.
CC Advisor. doi:10.5260/cca.199416 (2017)
Introduction to Library Services. Rezzly (3DGameLab) course. (2016)
With J. Meetz, and K. Read, On the Road: Library Student Worker Training. Rezzly (3DGameLab) course. (2016)
With K. Olson-Charles, (Sub)divide and Conquer: The Reorganization of a Children’s Library. Poster session presented at Oregon Library Association Conference. (2018)
NTEN 19NTC Scholarship Recipient, 2019
American Association of Law Libraries (AALL), Member
Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), Member