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Assistant Archivist, National Bahá’í Archives, US

I was born and raised in Maywood, Illinois, just west of Chicago. I have always held a deep
passion for and interest in stories that have led me to a life of immense learning experience. I am
a frequent international traveler, enthusiastic teacher, meticulous archivist, compelling
storyteller, seasoned climber, and a member of the Bahá’í Faith.


Currently, I serve as the Assistant Archivist for the National Bahá’í Archives, United States. I
procured a Master’s of Information Science from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign
in 2012. For the past 10 years, I have served at numerous library and archival institutions from
Washington, DC, to Chicago on my journey to work for the Bahá’í Faith. I find solace in my
current work where I help to protect, organize, and share the intriguing stories of the American
Bahá’í past.

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