About Me: I earned my BA in English and Classics from Texas A&M University in 2008, and my MA in Classics from Texas Tech in 2011. My love of language (particularly syntax and semantics), along with a strong interest in information dissemination, led me to Texas A&M and the Open Access Labs in 2013, where I've happily been since. I try to spend every day learning as much as I can, and am grateful for everything my team has taught me.
My Role: My job is to ensure that my team has everything they need in order to support OAL computers and printers at various locations on Texas A&M's Central Campus. We take care of 22 locations right now, throughout which we have about 680 workstations, and 40 printers. One of my primary goals at the Open Access Labs is determining how we can optimize processes through the elimination of waste.