Hello! Great to meet you.

I’m Davis.

I’m currently working as Assistant Director of Programs and Partnerships at Metropolitan New York Library Council, a New York City-based studio where libraries and archives come together to learn, share ideas, and collaborate.

I am project director for NYC Digital Safety, an NYC-funded program that informs libraries of evergreen topics in data privacy and digital security. I’ve also designed and facilitated a fair number of workshops on topics like data privacy & security, web mechanics, and (human) networking skills for library staff. One of my crowning achievements is seeing my work included in the New York Times.

My symposia series investigates topics like the impact of capitalism on libraries, the goals and methods behind disinformation, and how we as a community to make our way toward open access without reifying extant power structures.

I received a Master of Science in Information and Library Science from Pratt Institute in 2013, a Master of Music from Western Michigan School of Music in 2005, and a Bachelor of Music Performance from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2003. I’m a 2016 Mozilla Web Literacy Leader, a 2012 Library Journal Mover & Shaker, and a 2012 SLA Rising Star. I am currently working toward a Certificate in Learning Design from New York University.

Updated March 2020